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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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City of Seward,Alaska City Council Minutes <br /> September 14, 2015 Volume 39,Page 509 <br /> Terry added the rescheduling of the Maple Street Water and Sewer Project Work Session under <br /> Other New Business Items. <br /> Terry added Resolution 2015-084 to the consent agenda with no objection from council. <br /> Bardarson added a Certificate of Appreciation for Debra Bond to Proclamations and Awards. <br /> Motion Passed Unanimous <br /> The clerk read the following approved consent agenda items: <br /> Appoint Mark Kansteiner,Patty Linville,Tom Osborne,Sue Faust,and Kerry Martin to the <br /> Election Board for October 6,2015 City Election. <br /> Appoint Dorothy Osenga,Susie Urbach,Jennifer Carr,Kristi Larson,and Sharyl Seese(Back- <br /> Up) to the Canvass Board for the October 6,2015 City Election. <br /> Resolution 2015-084, Authorizing The City Manager To Accept The 2014 Assistance To <br /> Firefighters Regional Grant Award#EMW-2014-FR-00166 For Live Fire Training Simulator <br /> In The Amount Of $284,286, Matching Funds From Other Fire Departments Of$11,214, <br /> Authorizing A City Match Of$3,000 And Appropriating Funds In The Amount Of$298,500. <br /> SPECIAL ORDERS, PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS <br /> Proclamations & Awards <br /> Certificate of Appreciation for Rebecca Lasell, Superintendent for National Park <br /> Services in Seward. <br /> • <br /> Certificate of Appreciation for Debra Bond. <br /> Borough Assembly Report. Sue McClure said she was nearly done giving assembly <br /> reports, as she would soon be termed out of office. There were a lot of things happening on the <br /> assembly,but mostly affecting the other side of the Kenai Peninsula.The borough website had a lot <br /> of information including the entire election brochure. Also available on the borough website were <br /> agendas for the Marijuana Task Force and the Healthcare Task Force. McClure would soon be <br /> attending the annual community meetings in six different outlying communities to discuss how to <br /> use revenue sharing monies for services.The city and borough election was on October 6,2015.Her <br /> seat would be up for election on the borough ballot. She encouraged the public to read up on the <br /> candidates and the borough-wide Proposition 1,which would repeal the authorization of general rule <br /> cities to levy and collect sales tax year round on non-prepared food. These cities were originally <br /> allowed to opt out of the exemption, but if this citizen initiative passed, that decision would be <br /> reversed. The cities of Seward and Kenai were actually exempt from this as they were home rule <br /> cities, but the entire borough would be able to vote on this proposition. The assembly's annual <br /> meeting in Homer was September 15, 2015. <br />
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