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Stratford Drive: Let’s Work On It
Redevelopment plan goes back to drawing board
News Story  June 28, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger
"...The Stratford Drive Redevelopment Project is now on hold indefinitely. Last Friday, via city memo, Parks and Recre­a­tion Department Acting Director Kimberly McNeeley told City Council that she plans to put a halt to the project, following "constructive feedback" from the Environmental Commission and community members...."

Austin Animal Center Strains to Maintain Its No-Kill Status
City shelter struggles with overcrowding and volunteer dissatisfaction
News Story  February 7, 2019, by Nina Hernandez
"...Last month, on Jan. 31, saw a new threshold being crossed at Council, as City Manager Spencer Cronk thanked the returning group of speakers and pointed out Animal Services' new interim chief Kimberly McNeeley, a longtime city staffer who filled Hensley's shoes as Parks and Recreation Department director while Hensley stood in as ACM..."

The City Needs Gravediggers, Too
PARD's long, hot summer with interment services
News Story  August 23, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...Austin enjoys uniquely problematic ground conditions, with thin topsoil and thick bedrock. In a July 25 memo, PARD Acting Direc­tor Kimberly McNeeley warned City Council that in the current budget cycle, "The City cannot afford to hire untrained staff to perform interment services who may potentially damage other graves/monuments, which would put the City at risk." Specifically, McNeeley warned that if the city did not have qualified and experienced staff in place, it could end up violating the Texas Health and Safety Code Sec..."

Council: Put on Your Hard Hats
City Council, staff get to work
News Story  June 7, 2018, by Nina Hernandez
"...Last week's cover story examined the root causes of the big, leaky mess that is Austin's aquatics system ("Shall We Dive In?," June 1). And on Monday, with summer pool openings underway, the Parks and Recreation Department's acting Director Kimberly McNeeley provided Council with an update on the system's standing...."

Stratford Plan on Hold?
Environmental Commission throws wrench in PARD's progress
News Story  June 14, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Parks and Recreation Department Acting Director Kimberly McNee­ley didn't get what she wanted from the Environmental Commission last Wed., June 6. Rather than endorse her proposal to turn the patch of beaten grass northwest of Zilker Park – a clay-capped landfill the city tried to beautify at least to some extent before ultimately converting it into an ad hoc parking lot and staging area for events like the ACL Festival and Trail of Lights – into a more formal parking lot and staging area ("Zilker Park: Paved Paradise, or Vice Versa," June 1), the body balked, telling McNeeley they've got some questions they'd like answered..."

Lawsuit and Untapped Locations Add to Soccer Drama
Many balls in play for the Columbus Crew
News Story  March 8, 2018, by Austin Sanders
"...The site is positioned between two of the locations (Bolm and Guerrero) that made the list of potential sites the Parks and Recreation Department sent through to Council, but it was not included on the list itself. On Monday, PARD Act­ing Director Kimberly McNeeley said that once she discovered the site was being used as a training facility, she moved on to other options, though it remains unclear why the staff housed at Govalle could not be moved to another location..."

Headlines
News Story  January 17, 2019
"...1. Kimberly McNeeley, who'd been filling in for Sara Hensley as Parks and Recreation Department director, takes up the mantle next week..."

Zilker Park: Paved Paradise, or Vice Versa
When is a parking lot not a parking lot? When it’s next to the beloved park.
News Story  May 31, 2018, by Chase Hoffberger
"...PARD Acting Director Kimberly McNeeley was adamant during the PARB meeting that PARD does not need Council's approval (or, necessarily, public input) to move forward, and noted that PARB can "delay action" all they want; if the Environmental Commission "gives a nod that they're comfortable with it, we will likely move forward with the project," putting that commission into somewhat of a gatekeeper position next Wednesday. (Strat­ford is also due before the Planning Com­mission on June 12.)..."

Contemporary Austin Goings & Comings
Judith Sims retires, Deming sculpture Mystic Raven returns
DAILY Arts  December 15, 2017, by Robert Faires
"...16, the Contemporary Austin is holding a special ceremony to celebrate the installation of Deming's sculpture in the park. The artist himself will will be on hand, as will City Council Member Alison Alter (District 10); Austin Parks and Recreation Department Acting Director Kimberly McNeeley, Edward and Betty Marcus Foundation President Melba Whatley, and the Contemporary's Executive Director, Louis Grachos..."

Keeping the Golf Division Weird
Hancock neighbors want to keep the golf course open
News Story  April 13, 2012, by Nick Barbaro
"...Earlier that same day, PARD Assistant Director Kimberly McNeeley sent out a memo to stakeholders who had attended a large community engagement meeting held March 24 at the Hancock Rec Center, in which she detailed the ideas for improvements which came up at the meeting, outlined an agenda for the next couple of months, and promised a progress report on the developing Hancock action plan by mid-May. In particular, she noted that her team is already focussing on three areas of opportunities: alcohol sales, increased junior programs, and historic designation (Gomillion elaborated that a historian is researching conflicting claims about the course, which may or may not be the oldest course in Texas, and/or the oldest continuously operating course west of the Mississippi)...."

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