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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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<br />183 <br /> <br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />January 4, 1995 <br /> <br />Planning Commission Minutes <br />Volume 3, Page 183 <br /> <br />DONNA GILES, 430 Third Avenue, expressed her concern with allowing tenants to own <br />and operate a bed and breakfast business out of rented homes. She stated that tenants should be <br />allowed to operate a bed and breakfast business only when the business was owned by the owner <br />of the residence. <br /> <br />DEBRA HAFEMEISTER, 318 First Avenue, read a prepared statement by Randy <br />McFarland regarding his plans to apply for a Conditional Use Permit to operate an off-site parking <br />and scheduled shuttle service for businesses located in the Harbor Commercial District. <br /> <br />APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CONSENT AGENDA <br /> <br />MOTION (Corrigan/Carpenter) <br /> <br />Approve the Agenda and Consent Agenda <br /> <br />Motion Passed. <br /> <br />Unanimous <br /> <br />Bardarson stated that the December 7, 1994, regular meeting minutes were approved as <br />written. <br /> <br />BOROUGH PLANNING COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE REPORT <br /> <br />Carpenter reported that the Borough Planning Commission and the Borough Assembly had <br />been working on the Kenai River Overlay District Management Plan. He stated that in December <br />the commission deliberated two new ordinances which would regulate construction activities by <br />public utilities in rights-of-way outside of the major cities as well as an ordinance which would <br />provide access to all public lands through rights-of-way. <br /> <br />HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION REPRESENTATIVE REPORT <br /> <br />Skibeness stated that the Historic Preservation Commission did not meet in December. <br />She reported that the Council approved a resolution authorizing application for a grant to complete <br />the Historic Preservation Plan. <br /> <br />PRESENTATIONS WITH PRIOR NOTICE <br /> <br />SAAMS Design Team Presentation. <br /> <br />Maureen Sims, Heery International, provided an update on the SeaLife Center Project. <br />She stated that no progress was made regarding the design of the building and that the Corps of <br />Engineers permit was being delivered January 5th. She noted that the draft report for the Historic <br />Preservation, Section 106 requirements was complete and would be presented at the January 18th <br />Historic Preservation Commission Meeting. <br />
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