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…r Urban and Public Affairs (CUPA) at Wright State University to conduct a random telephone survey to assess resident perceptions of parks and recreation in Huber Heights, as well as waste collection services and water softening. This summary report will provide an analysis of the data collection which occurred from August-October of 2010.
The city council often quoted…
Download: Music Center Validation Study Report
…s impossible for council to know if we are on schedule to pay of the Aquatic Center and so it is impossible to make a responsible decision about the new debt for the Music Center.
Specific concerns from the Music Center validation center include an expectation that the city will be able to hold 6 music festivals a yea…
Download: Music Center and Aquatic Center financing projection
- On page 7 we see the city expects to pay $560,000 a year for the next 22 years in order to pay off the Aquatic Center debt. I don't know if we have recent documents that tell us how much principle is still owed. We know that they spent abo
News: Huber Heights Community Open House Saturday, May 18, 2013
Saturday, May 18, 2013 11 am to 5pm
The Kroger Aquatic Center 8625 Brandt Pike Huber Heights, OH
Save the date for this fun event. More details will be posted on the City's Facebook Page as they are announced.
Free Admission, Free Food, Contests, Meet Community groups and partners
- Pool Safety Day at the YMCA 2-4PM
-Tours of the YMCA faciltiy 2-4 PM
News: ACTION ALERT! - Music Center, Tues. May 7- Admin Committee
There will be an Administration Committee Tues, May 7, at 6:00 pm. On the agenda will be the upcoming Music Center. There is a concern that the process to find a contractor to build the music center may follow the same pattern of the Aquatic Center: Project Manager Tim Conaway would talk to two or so companies he thinks may do a good job and have them submit packages to him. He then evaluates them and recommends his pick to the council. Conaway's company apparently would get a percentage of the settled-on price…
News: Music Center Cost Analysis
The first analysis of the costs associated with the Music Center Management Agreement can be found in the issues section "The Heights and the Music Center". My initial calculations using the least costly way to manage the project would have saved the city more than $120,000 per year of the projected $315,000 per year management cost.
When council announced…
News: Admin Committee notes Aug 20, 2013, Public Works Committee Cnx
Here are some of the notes I took from the Administration Committee yesterday 20 Aug 2013
The Music Center project manager started the meeting showing council some renderings (pictures) of some of the architectural features. I missed the absolute beginning of the presentation so I wasn't in the meeting when it was stated definitively but I gather from subsequent comments that the plan is to…
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