The cost and design of landscape projects were two of the many
topics discussed at the Park Meadows Metropolitan District board
meeting in Lone Tree Dec. 22.

The Timberline median repairs were agenda items with the board
and branch manager from The Brickman Group, Jay Jamison. The
Brickman group is a landscape and maintenance company working on
the project.

Two of the concerns were that rocks have been falling out from
the structure with resulting damage to the irrigation system
because of the construction.

Another location for discussion was the south side of the
Lincoln streetscape, adjacent to Heritage Estates.

A proposal was discussed to remove all of the old junipers, add
new edging, mulch and plant material. Jamison said the work could
be done anytime after the start of spring.

The work would be done on the east side of the Heritage Estates
entry on Lincoln Avenue and up Yosemite Street, stretching about
750 feet in length.

Jamison thought $3,000 sounded fair to cover several trees,
shrubs and the irrigation repairs.

Frank Miltenberger, landscape architect, reviewed computer
sketches with the board members for preliminary landscape design
for the Quebec Street landscaping and abutments.

For motorists exiting C-470 onto Quebec Street, the bridge
architecture and streetscape provide the first impressions of the
commercial area. For Lone Tree, these are focal points of the

New, wider medians are a good opportunity for focal landscape

Some revisions were made to the sketches and Meltenberger will
continue onto the next phase of his design.