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<br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />July 23, 2007 <br /> <br />City Council Minutes <br />Volume 37, Page 387 <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-072. Authorizing The City Manager To Re-Appropriate Funds To Provide <br />Site Closure At Fort Raymond Subdivision For Diesel Spill For An Amount Not To Exceed ..... <br />$21,684.30. <br /> <br />Motion Passed <br /> <br />Unanimous <br /> <br />The clerk read the following approved consent agenda items: <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-069. Accepting The 2007 Volunteer Fire Assistant Grant (VFA) And <br />Authorizing The 10% Matching Funds From The Volunteer Budget 101-1221-5460. <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-070. Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into A Cooperative Fire <br />Management Between The Forest Service, United States Department Of Agriculture And The <br />City Of Seward. <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-071. Authorizing The City Manager To Amend The Contract With Dryden <br />And Larue Inc., For The Purpose Of Relocating Electrical Facilities In Conjunction With The <br />Mile 0-8 Seward Highway Project, Including Sub-Contracting A Portion Of The Services To <br />Be Reimbursed By The State Of Alaska Department Of Transportation. <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-073. Accepting Grant Funds From ALPAR, The Kenai Peninsula Borough <br />And Seaview Community Services And Appropriating Funds For A Parks And Recreation <br />Litter Patrol As Creating Opportunities For Youth (COFY). -- <br /> <br />Resolution 2007-074. Supporting The Wildlife Conservation Community Program To Help <br />Prevent Negative Bear Encounters. <br /> <br />SPECIAL ORDERS, PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS <br /> <br />Proclamations and Awards <br /> <br />A proclamation was presented to the U.S. Coast Guard for National Coast Guard Day <br />and local commendation. <br /> <br />100 Years of Chugach National Forest proclamation and presentation was given. <br /> <br />City Manager's Report. City Manager Phillip Oates stated the new hire for the DMV <br />office would start August 9, 2007. The Seward Risk Management/Safety Committee qualified for <br />the 2007 AMUJIA Loss Control Incentive Program and was awarded $9,209.00 for their ongoing <br />work to mitigate risk and enhance city safety. He noted Federal lobbyist Brad Gilman was having <br />problems getting revised language in the final conference agreement which would give the Army <br />Corps. of Engineers the authority to extend the breakwater. Other items of interest were: <br /> <br />. Ferry Service. The city and chamber both testified at the Marine Transportation <br />Advisory Board (MTAB) meeting on July 17, 2007 in support of restoring ferry <br />service in Seward. <br /> <br />.... <br />