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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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City of Seward, Alaska City Council Minutes <br /> November 28, 2011 Volume 38, Page 719 <br /> CALL TO ORDER <br /> The November 28, 2011 regular meeting of the Seward City Council was called to order at <br /> 7:00 p.m. by Mayor David Seaward. <br /> OPENING CEREMONY <br /> Police Chief Tom Clemons led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. <br /> ROLL CALL <br /> There were present: <br /> David Seaward presiding and Ristine Casagranda <br /> Christy Terry Jean Bardarson <br /> Bob Valdatta Vanta Shafer <br /> Marianna Keil <br /> comprising a quorum of the Council; and <br /> Jim Hunt, City Manager <br /> Johanna Kinney, City Clerk <br /> Absent — None <br /> CITIZENS' COMMENTS ON ANY SUBJECT EXCEPT THOSE ITEMS SCHEDULED <br /> FOR PUBLIC HEARING <br /> Daniel Barth with the Seward Community Foundation stated they were an affiliate with the <br /> Alaska Community Foundation and gave council an update of the endowment. Currently the <br /> endowment was up to $2.1 million and growing. Barth listed the grants awarded in 2011 and <br /> encouraged the community to utilize the "Pick, Click and Give" program with the Alaska Permanent <br /> Fund. <br /> Carl Norman supported the home porting project of Coastal Villages. He did not support <br /> the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home project. He felt it should be left to the state to build it. <br /> Mark Kulstad felt it was inappropriate for the council to endorse any entity in competition <br /> with city projects. He did not support the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home on the state priority list. <br /> Tim McDonald gave a brief report as the City's Cook Inlet Aquaculture Association's <br /> representative. He stated one problem the association was looking at was they only had 1000 of wild <br /> fish that went to Bear Lake. They released 175 pairs into the lake and stripped the rest for eggs. <br /> There was a question of using fry to stock other lakes. It was the city's responsibility and he felt they <br /> should have a strategy and if they wanted the salmon derby to continue, they should do something <br /> this year to get stocking in the next cycle. <br />
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