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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />PAGE 29 <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING - JANUARY 8. 1990 VOLUME 25 <br /> <br />IV. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF MINUTES: <br /> <br />SIMUTIS MOVED TO APPROVE THE DECEMBER 11, 13, <br />AND 27 MINUTES AND THE DECEMBER 15, 1990, - RECANVASS AND <br />CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION MINUTES AS WRITTEN; THE MOTION <br />WAS SECONDED BY HILTON AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. <br /> <br />V. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF REGULAR MEETING AGENDA: <br /> <br />HILTON MOVED TO APPROVE THE REGULAR MEETING <br />AGENDA AS PRESENTED; THE MOTION WAS SECONDED BY MEEHAN <br />AND CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. <br /> <br />VI. BOROUGH ASSEMBLY REPORT: <br />Kenai Peninsula Borough Assemblyman Sewall was <br />not present and no report was given. <br /> <br />VII. <br /> <br />CITIZENS' COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS NOT SCHED- <br />ULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING: <br /> <br />A. Brad Snowden, 525 6th Ave, asked the <br />following questions: 1) Is the city shop area ready for <br />a request for proposal to relocate? Schaefermeyer in <br />answer indicated that the city shop area had been <br />considered for development for some time as the land <br />utilized by the city shop was not its best use; however <br />there were two problems. First, the city had insufficient <br />funds to find an alternative location for city shop <br />facilities and second, the city did not have ownership <br />of the entire block in question which would probably be <br />needed for some major development. Schaefermeyer also <br />pointed out that there had been an expression of interest <br />several years ago for development of the land for a hotel <br />but nothing had materialized yet. <br /> <br />2) Maya person at any time make a proposal to <br />lease city property? Schaefermeyer answered that the <br />city was always amenable for proposals on city land or <br />for development. <br /> <br />3) Is there a city employee who has the respon- <br />sibility to seek lessees for city property? Schaefer- <br />meyer referred Mr. Snowden to Chris Gates. In response, <br />Mr. Snowden indicated that he had been approached by <br />several city employees concerning development of the <br />property and he felt that if it was ready for develop- <br />ment, it should go to proposals. <br /> <br />VIII. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF CONSENT CALENDAR: <br /> <br />MEEHAN MOVED TO APPROVE THE CONSENT CALENDAR <br />AS PRESENTED; THE MOTION WAS SECONDED BY DUNHAM AND <br />CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. SIMUTIS ABSTAINED FROM ITEM D. The <br />following actions were taken: <br /> <br />29 <br /> <br />CIT.DISCUSSION: <br />(B. Snowden) <br />