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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />111 <br /> <br />PAGE ll1 <br /> <br />REnJIAR MEEITING - JANUARY 13, 1986 <br /> <br />VOLUME 21 <br /> <br />only 35, but he felt they were referring to the nunber of rrembers <br />present at a particular rreeting and not the total rrembership of the <br />Association. Murphy stated that she would check with the individuals <br />narred and would adjust the minutes if warranted. (A later check of the <br />meeting tape revealed that Cripps and Nelson were referring to the <br />members present at one particular meeting.) <br /> <br />THE QUESTION WAS CALLED AND THE IDrION PASSED UNANIIDUSLY. <br /> <br />V. APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR AND RffiULAR MEEITING AGENDA: <br /> <br />Meehan requested the addition of Agenda Item No. XI (C) -- A <br />report on the Electrical utility. Scholl asked that Consent Calendar <br />Items No. 1 and 9 be rroved to the regular neeting agenda as Items No. <br />XI (D) and XI (E) . Gieseler requested the addition of Agenda Item No. <br />IX(C) (1) -- Proposed Resolution No. 86-6, approving the sale of gravel <br />to Sanwhan Corporation. <br /> <br />SIMUTIS IDVE!) TO APPROVE THE REGULAR MEEITING AGENDA AND THE <br />CONSENr CALENDAR AS AMENDED; THE mrlrn WAS SECONDED BY SCHOLL AND <br />CARRIED WITH SIX "YES" VOI'ES AND HILTON ABSTAINING ON CONSENT CALENDAR <br />ITEM NO. 2 (RESOLUTION NO. 86-2, PERMI'ITING SGH EMPIDYEES TO PARTICIPATE <br />IN PERS) . The follONing actions were taken: <br /> <br />1. r-bved to Regular r-~ting Agenda Item No. XI (D). <br /> <br />RESO/PERSONNEL/ <br />HOSPITAL: <br /> <br />2. Resolution No. 86-2, authorizing an amendrrent to the <br />participation agreerrent of the City permitting the <br />employees of Seward General Hospital to participate ln <br />the Public Thlployees Retirerrent System, was approved and <br />filed; <br /> <br />RESO/STATE OF AK: 3. <br /> <br />Resolution No. 86-3, requesting a legislative mandate <br />that state owned and operated roarine vessels be main- <br />tained within the State of Alaska, was approved and file; <br /> <br />PERSONNEL/RESO: 4. <br /> <br />Resolution No. 86-4, requiring the development and <br />implerrentation of a safety belt policy for City errploy- <br />ees, was approved and filed; <br /> <br />RESO/SCHOOLS: <br /> <br />5. <br /> <br />Resolution No. 86-5, congratulating Audra Mai for her <br />perfonnance on the National Merit Scholarship Test, was <br />approved and filed; <br /> <br />C.ATTY: <br /> <br />6. Invoices for attorney bills as follONs were approved for <br />payrrent and filed: <br /> <br />a. Baily & Mason, Noverrber 1985, $682.49, and <br /> <br />b. HTGP&B, November 1985, $74,850.l4; <br /> <br />C. COUNCIL: <br /> <br />7. <br /> <br />CoIqJensation for rrembers of Council for travel outside <br />the City as follONs was approved for payrrent and filed: <br />