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<br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />June 25. 2007 <br /> <br />City Council Minutes <br />Volume 37. Page373 <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CONSENT AGENDA <br /> <br />...,j <br /> <br />Motion (ThomaslBardarson) <br /> <br />Approval of Agenda and Consent Agenda <br /> <br />Motion (ThomaslBardarson) <br /> <br />To add, "Approval of the restaurant <br />designation permit for Apollo Restaurant" <br />as a consent agenda item. <br /> <br />City Clerk Jean Lewis explained that the liquor license was already approved for the Apollo <br />Restaurant back in April of 2007, but the owners had just discovered they did not have this permit <br />filed which allowed them to employ persons under the age ofl9, and allow persons under 21 to eat <br />in their establishment. All city personnel had signed off on it. <br /> <br />Motion to Add Passed <br /> <br />Unanimous <br /> <br />Main Motion Passed <br /> <br />Unanimous <br /> <br />The clerk read the following approved consent agenda items: <br /> <br />The June 11, 2007 regular city council meeting minutes were approved. <br /> <br />Ordinance 2007-003. An Ordinance Of The City Council Of The City Of Seward, Alaska, I <br />Amending The Land Use Plan And Rezoning Of Lots 1-9 Block 8, Original Townsite Of ... <br />Seward, From Auto Commercial (AC) To Central Business District (CBD). <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-061. Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into A Mutual Aid Agreement <br />Between The City Of Seward And The Lowell Point Emergency Service Area For The Purpose <br />Of Firefighting And Rescue Operations. <br /> <br />The restaurant designation permit for Apollo Restaurant was added to the agenda and <br />approved. <br /> <br />SPECIAL ORDERS, PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS <br /> <br />Proclamations and Awards <br /> <br />City Manager's Report. City Manager Phillip Oates stated staff had been collaborating <br />with the Chamber in preparation of the 4th of July celebration. He notified that their trip to <br />Washington D.C. was successful with meetings held with the Army Corps of Engineers, the Alaska <br />Governor's office, congressional delegations and the University of Alaska. Oates was told the State <br />would not provide written information about the cruise ship head tax until regulations were drafted <br />within the next couple of months. A public meeting was held on June 22, 2007 on the Long-Term <br />Care Facility, with the public's primary concern being access. Oates addressed questions from the I <br />last council meeting which included; GPS in electric trucks, fence and crosswalks in the harbor, sign ...,j <br />replacement on the state right of way, a letter being sent to MT AB asking ferry service be restored to <br />