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2021-01-13 - Agendas - FinalCITY OF r� FAYETTEVILLE ARI[ANSAS Urban Forestry Advisory Board Meeting January 13th, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. MEETING WILL BE HELD ON ZOOM AGENDA Members: Will Dockery -.Chair, Eric Boles, Preston Thibodaux, Blake Tedford, Lacey Jennen, Zane Colvin, Samuel Adkisson City Staff: Sonya Morell, Operations Assistant; John Scott, Urban Forester; Melissa Evans, Urban Forester 1. Call to Order Will Dockery, Chair (COVID-19 Statement) 2. Approval of Previous Month's UFAB Minutes- Will Dockery, Chair December 3. New Board Members- Introduction to all board members and staff o Preston Thibodaux Land Development 884 N Meadowlands Drive Fayetteville, AR 72704 479-856-2269 04/01 /20-12/31 /21 2nd Term o Eric Boles University Representative 420 E Rebecca Street Fayetteville, AR 72701 479-586-0221 01 /01 /20-12/31 /21 1st Term o Blake Tedford Tree Service Community 589 N Columbia Drive Fayetteville, AR 72704 317-413-6455 01 /03/21-12/31 /22 0 1st Term o Community Citizen -at -Large Will Dockery 4149 West Bradstreet Lane Fayetteville, AR 72704 479-301-1972 04/01 /18-12/31 /21 2nd Term Mailing Address: 113 W. Mountain Street www.fayetteville-ar.gov Fayetteville, AR 72701 o Samuel Hunter Adkisson Community Citizen -at -Large 219 E Sutton Street Fayetteville, AR 72701 501-339-1986 01 /01 /21-12/31 /22 1It Term o Lacey Jennen Community Citizen -at -Large 4342 E Balboa Fayetteville, AR 72701 479-769-4679 01 /01 /21-12/31 /22 1It Term o Zane Colvin Community Citizen -at -Large 906 W Davis Street Fayetteville, AR 72703 870-261-3200 01 /01 /21-12/31 /22 1It Term 4. Native or Invasive Plant Presentation- Will Dockery • February -Preston • March -Eric 5. Monthly numbers. In December, all of the single-family residential HHOD projects were added to the yearly numbers. There were 20 HHOD single-family projects for 2020. 11 grading permits were approved. Twenty-three acres and 21.5 acres were existing canopies, and 18.5 acres were preserved for 86% preservation. These numbers are good because of one project, 18 acres. Without the large project, the numbers were 55% tree preservation on 5 acres of total development. HHOD projects were required to plant 62 trees as landscape requirements. Of the 30.42 Acres of development, 23.7 was tree canopy, and 19.6 acres were preserved. Ninety-six trees will be planted as part of the landscape requirements for the projects. Year to date, Urban Forestry has reviewed 377 acres of development, and 109 acres were canopy covered. 51 % of 109 acres of tree canopy has been preserved. Four thousand Seven hundred and eighty-one trees will be planted as part of the landscape requirements. 6. Other Business A. Amazing Tree of 2020- The Plaque is in, and they have the stone and will set it soon. B. Next Years Amazing Tree. C. Tree escrow project completed, 160 new trees along Cato Springs Trail from Greathouse Park to Kessler Mountain Regional Park. D. Code Changes from Environmental Action Committee E. U of A, Presentations to our Board? 7. Adjourn