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<br />posed lease of a tract of land Northwest of Lot 32, Marathon Addition to Frank
<br />Ruks and Dale R. Lindsey. Mayor McAnerney opened the Public Hearing - Pro-
<br />being no one present who desired to be heard, the Public Hearing was closed. (2)
<br />Public Hearing - Proposed Lease of Lot 14, Seward Industrial Park, to Seward
<br />Fisheries. Mayor McAnerney opened the Public Hearing. There being no one pre-
<br />sent who desired to be heard, the Public Hearing was closed. (3) Mrs. Bea Davis
<br />thanked the City Manager for responding promptly to her earlier complaint re-
<br />garding neighbors without sewer or water service. (4) Mr. Keith Campbell,
<br />Seward General Hospital Administrator, reported that a joint purchasing effort
<br />by Borough hospitals has resulted in a lower bid for sprinkler work at the Hos-
<br />pital and he asked to meet with the Council at a later date to resolve the loan
<br />offered to the Hospital by the City at the request of the Hospital board.
<br />Item 8 - Council Discussion: (1) Clmr. Hulm reported he had received com-
<br />plaints regarding snow and ice control in the downtown area. (2) Clmr. Neve'
<br />asked about the feasibility of using auxiliary police and thought this should
<br />be discussed by Council. (3) Clmr. Vincent noted the City had been working
<br />on the sidewalks and streets more actively and encouraged continuation of this
<br />effort. Clmr. Vincent also suggested that work sessions should be held even if
<br />only five members are present.
<br />Item 9 - Resolutions, Ordinances and other Action items: (1) Resolution No. 891,
<br />a Resolution supporting the establishment of a public television station in South-
<br />central Alaska. Clmr. Hulm, seconded by Clmr. McCloud, moved to approve Res-
<br />olution No. 891. Passed unanimously. (2) Resolution No. (j92, a Resolution
<br />authorizing the write-off of paid Real and Personal property taxes. Clmr. Mc-
<br />Cloud, seconded by Clmr. Neve', moved to approve Resolution No. 892. Passed
<br />Unanimously. (3) Clmr. McCloud, seconded by Clmr. Hulm, moved to approve ap-
<br />plications for renewal of liquor licenses for (a) Palace Bar and Cafe; (b)
<br />Yukon Liquor Store and (c) Harbor Dinner Club. Passed unanimously. (4) Clmr.
<br />Dague, seconded by Clmr. McCloud, moved to approve replacement leases for
<br />Seward Fisheries to improve management and administration. Passed unanimously.
<br />Item 10 - Citizens' Discussion: (1) Mr. Gerritt Hoogland asked for information
<br />on the use of a cesspool/septic tank near the road along his property on Dairy
<br />Hill (Lots 2, 3, and 4, Block 2, Cliff Addition.) He \~s told by the City Man-
<br />ager State regulations would apply and further information would be required.
<br />(2) Mr. Wayne Heinbaugh suggested sawdust for ice control.
<br />Clmr. McCloud moved to adj ourn. Mayor McAnerney adj ourned
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<br />REGULAR MEETING OF JANUARY 14, 1974
<br />Item 1 - The Regular meeting of the Common Council of the City of Seward, Alaska,
<br />for January 14, 1974, was called to order by Mayor McAnerney at 7:32 P.M.
<br />Item 2 - The Opening Ceremony was led by Clmr. Vincent.
<br />Item 3 - Roll was called and those present were Mayer McAnerney, Clmr's
<br />McCloud, Vincent, Hill, Hulm, Neve', Dague, and Jr. Mayor Whitmore.
<br />Item 4 - Clmr. Hulm, seconded by Clmr. Neve', moved to approve the Minutes of
<br />December 10, 1973, as presented. Passed unanimously.
<br />Item 5 - Report of the Borough Assemblymen: Clmr. Hulm reported the Borough
<br />Assembly had passed Ordinances clarifying the time taxes were due, the date
<br />taxes were due when the due date fell on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday, and
<br />repeal of the Inventory tax. The last item had been delayed on reconsideration
<br />but reconsideration was defeated and the OrdinaYlce approved. Ordinance 73-65,
<br />Solid Waste powers from Soldotna, Homer and Kenai, was tabled while Resolution
<br />74-4, selecting lands at Fourth of July Creek, was adopted. Support of the All-
<br />Alaska gas pipeline was given when Resolution 74-5 was approved.
<br />Item 6 - City Managers' Report: The City Manager reminded Council of the work