The City of Wildomar is promising to be transparent as it moves forward on parks.
During the regularly scheduled City Council meeting Wednesday night, City Manager Gary Nordquist said staff will begin posting all documents and meeting notices pertaining to parks on the city’s website.
The information will be uploaded to a dedicated portal on the home page, Nordquist said.
There have been and during last night’s meeting Councilman Bob Cashman said he felt residents may not be getting enough detail about an opportunity to volunteer on the parks oversight committee currently being formed (click here for more information on how to apply to be a volunteer committee member).
which establishes that a $28 annual special tax be assessed on city property owners for the purpose of parks maintenance. The oversight committee is being formed to help guide administration of the revenues generated from the special tax.
Councilwomen and parks subcommittee members Bridgette Moore and Marsha Swanson told Cashman that residents can access the information via last night’s full city council agenda (click here to see the agenda).
“It’s all there,” Moore said.
“OK, you say it’s there, I trust you,” said Cashman, who pushed that the information be more accessible to residents and not buried in agendas.
Nordquist assured meeting attendees that the city is taking the parks issue very seriously and he promised transparency.
“This is a very big deal,” he said.