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<br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />January 7, 1998 <br /> <br />Planning Commission Minutes <br />Volume 4, Page 185 <br /> <br />CALL TO ORDER <br /> <br />The January 7, 1998, regular meeting of the Seward Planning and Zoning Commission was <br />called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Vice Chairman Ron Niebrugge. <br /> <br />OPENING CEREMONY <br /> <br />Darling led the pledge of allegiance to the nag. <br /> <br />ROLL CALL <br /> <br />There were present: <br /> <br />Ron Niebrugge, presiding, and <br />Hugh Darling <br />Carol Griswold <br />Kelly Martin <br /> <br />comprising a quorum of the Commission; and <br /> <br />Kerry Martin, Community Development Director <br /> <br />ABSENT were: <br /> <br />Wayne Carpenter (excused) <br />Kristi Larson (excused) <br />Tom Smith (excused) <br /> <br />SPECIAL REPORTS <br /> <br />City Administration Report. Mr. Martin distributed a written administration report outlining <br />recent department activities and the status of current zoning permits. He introduced Tammy <br />White, Assistant Director for the Alaska Vocational Technical Center, who discussed plans for <br />constructing a 20 to 30 unit dormitory for A VTEC students and families. She anticipated that the <br />design plans would be presented to the Commission within the next few months. <br /> <br />CITIZENS' COMMENTS ON AGENDA ITEMS NOT SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC <br />HEARING <br /> <br />MIKE WILEY, 219 Sixth Avenue, explained that he had received a letter from Mr. <br />Martin that the fence he constructed last fall along the back of his property, was located within <br />the city right-of-way and had to be removed by December 1, 1997. He noted that he had located <br />the fence in line with existing fences and structures to the north and south, which he had since <br />