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<br />Seward Planning and Zoning Commission <br />Resolution 2007 - 07 <br />Page 2 <br /> <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Seward Planning and Zoning <br />Commission that: <br /> <br />j <br /> <br />Section 1. The Planning and Zoning Commission has reviewed the request and <br />recommends that the Seward City Council approve the conveyance of Block 6 and finds <br />the transfer of ownership is in the public's interest and the public health, safety and <br />welfare will be preserved through such action <br /> <br />Section 2. The Planning and Zoning Commission finds the conveyance of Block 6 is <br />not contrary to the Seward Comprehensive Plan 2020 or to the Seward Strategic Plan of <br />1999 and is generally supported by the goals, objectives, visions and values concerning <br />educational facilities, stated therein <br /> <br />Section 3. The Planning and Zoning Commission finds that certain utilities that exist, <br />or may be required in the future, on the subject parcel and, drainage features associated <br />with the proper drainage of adjacent private properties and public rights of way require <br />preservation by easement in the platting process. The transfer shall, therefore, be subject <br />to the following provision: <br /> <br />I. The State of Alaska shall provide, or cause to be provided, a field assessment for <br />existing and potentially required drainage features, utilities and other features of the <br />parcel, including entry and exit access to and parking for Two Lakes Park in cooperation <br />with City of Seward staff, to be preserved by easement or other forms of reservation prior <br />to final platting. <br /> <br />j <br /> <br />Section 4. <br /> <br />This resolution shall take effect immediately following its adoption. <br /> <br />PASSED AND APPROVED by the Seward Planning and Zoning Commission this 5th <br />day of April, 2007. <br /> <br />THE CITY OF SEWARD <br /> <br />\ <br /> <br /> <br />J <br />