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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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<br />92 <br /> <br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />January 21, 1998 <br /> <br />Historic Preservation Commission Minutes <br />Volume 1, Page 92 <br /> <br />comprising a quorum of the Commission; and <br /> <br />Kerry Martin, Community Development Director <br />Rachel James, Planning Assistant <br /> <br />SPECIAL ORDERS, PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS <br /> <br />City Administration Report. Mr. Martin expressed his sorrow over the loss of Donna <br />Kowalski. He noted that the Commission would meet next on February 18, 1998 to choose the <br />annual Historic Preservation Award recipient(s). He welcomed newly appointed Commissioner <br />Kelly Martin. <br /> <br />CITIZENS' COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS NOT SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC <br />HEARING None <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CONSENT AGENDA <br /> <br />MOTION (Martin/George) <br /> <br />Approve the Agenda and Consent Agenda. <br /> <br />Motion Passed <br /> <br />Unanimous consent <br /> <br />The September 17, 1997, regular meeting minutes were approved on the consent agenda. <br /> <br />UNFINISHED BUSINESS <br /> <br />Local Historic Register Pniject - FY '98 CLG Grant <br /> <br />James reported that the State Historical Commission awarded the City of Seward a <br />matching grant with a federal share of $6,798.00 in order to complete eight to ten local register <br />nominations and purchase plaques for property listed on the Seward Register of Historic Places. <br /> <br />Galvano requested that all of the Commissioners be provided with in-kind sheets so that <br />they could keep track of the time they spend completing the local register applications. In <br />response to a statement from Galvano, Mayor Bob Satin agreed to complete a local register <br />application for the 1964 tsunami high water line. He added that he also intended to work with Pat <br />Williams to complete a local register application for the Ray Building. <br /> <br />Commissioners identified the following sites that they intended to complete local register <br />applications for: Galvano - home(s) on Millionaires Row: Hearn - old Spruce Top Apartments; <br />George - Solly's Building; Seavey - Resurrect Art Coffee House (old Lutheran and Methodist <br />Church); Hart - First and Second Lake. <br /> <br />Galvano recommended that the Commission have a work session in April or May to <br />discuss research strategies and identify sources of information. <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br />
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