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<br />City of Seward, Alaska <br />January 6, 2004 <br /> <br />City Council Minutes <br />Volume 5, Page 407 <br /> <br />Call to order <br /> <br />The January 6, 2004 regular meeting of the Seward Planning and Zoning Commission was <br />called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chair, Marianna Keil. <br /> <br />Opening ceremony <br /> <br />Tom Smith led the pledge of allegiance to the flag. <br /> <br />Roll call <br /> <br />There were present: <br /> <br />Marianna Keil presiding, and <br />Lynn HoW <br />Carol Griswold <br /> <br />Tom Smith <br />Kristi Larson <br />Sandra Roach' <br /> <br />comprising a quorum of the Commission; and <br /> <br />Malcolm Brown, Planner <br />Jean Lewis, City Clerk <br /> <br />Absent Nina Daley - excused <br /> <br />Special Reports & Presentations <br /> <br />City Administration Report. City Planner Malcolm Brown advised the Commission of <br />the following business that was pending: <br /> <br />o The street addressing by hired GIS consultant, Alaska Map Company, had finished Phase <br />One, which scanned the old street address maps, and referenced images. <br />o The comprehensive plan was not back from the consultants yet. <br />o Godwin Glaciers had yet to remove their temporary office and had not applied for a building <br />permit. A letter would go out to the Railroad since they owned the land, to try and resolve <br />the code violation. <br />o Received the appraisals for the 10-year leases on the Army and Air Force Recreation Camps. <br />Every seven years, new appraisals were conducted to set the rental rate for the next 10-year <br />period. <br />o An amended grant for the historic trolley tour was submitted since the Chamber sold the <br />trolley and the City could no longer team up with them. <br />o Preliminary approval for a Historic Preservation FY04 grant to construct a website on the <br />historical sites of the community was received. <br />o The Historical Structure Report on the Jesse Lee Home by the Department of Natural <br />Resources (DNR) was sent to the legislature, but the Governor did not include the emergency <br />