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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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<br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />I <br /> <br />1 7 <br /> <br />Volume 14 <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING JANUARY 13, 1969 <br />REGULAR MEETING JANUARY 27, 1969 <br /> <br />the vote. Clmrs. Hooqland, Hulm, Skinner, Ullom and Mayor Kirkpatrick: <br />Yes; motion passes. <br /> <br />Page 17 <br /> <br />Item 7(2) - Clmr. Hoogland, seconded by Clmr. Amend moved to appoint Emil <br />v. Nelson and Robert A. Morqan to the Planning and Zoning Commission; passed <br />unanimously. Emil V. Nelson is appointed for the term expiring 2/15/69; <br />Robert A. Morgan is appointed for the term exptring 2/15/71. <br /> <br />Item 7(3) - Clmr. Ullom, seconded by Clmr. Hulm, moved to approve renewal <br />permits for Authorized Games of Chance and Skill for American Legion Aux- <br />iliary, Unit #5, American Leqion Post #5 and the Sacred Heart Guild. <br />Passed unanimously. <br /> <br />Item 8 - Unfinished Business - Clmr. Skinner, seconded by Clmr. Hulm, moved <br />that Radio Station KIBH be reimbursed in the amount of $505.82 for the <br />supply of propane used in fillinq the emerqency tank for the first time. <br />Motion passed with Clmr. Ullom dissentinq. <br /> <br />Item 9 - Reports from Borouqh Assemblymen - None. <br /> <br />Item 10 - Report from the City Manaqer - The City Manager requested Council <br />action in regard to Chairman Navarre's request that Jack Werner and John <br />Galea be appointed (Item 6(2)). Clmr. Hooqland, seconded by Clmr. Olson, <br />moved that John Galea and Jack Werner be appointed to the Kenai Peninsula <br />Borouqh Economic Development District. Passed unanimously. The Manager <br />also requested Council approval to initiate lease arrangements with Emery <br />Sample (Item 6(3)). Clmr. Amend, seconded by Clmr. Skinner, moved that <br />the Manaqer's request be approved; passed unanimously. The Manager reported <br />(1) that the Morgan appeal had been lost because the action had been <br />"untimely filed" and the City's liability in the matter amounted to <br />$1,547.39 which had to be forwarded by the 15th of the month: (2) that <br />$11,000. had been expected on the Resurrection River Road project and that <br />to date no state monies had been received: (3) that electricity had been <br />connected to the old ARR Transit Shed for the heavy equipment school <br />planned for 3/1/69 and that the building will be leased for 3 months at <br />50 cents 2er square foot for the entire2eriod and (4) that a S~ecial Bond <br />Election Lor funding the installation orwater and sewer utilit~es for <br />Jesse Lee Heights Subd. should be prepared prior to Borough election 4/22/69, <br /> <br />Item 11 - Council Discussion - Mr. Bob Flint with the firm of Pollock, <br />Josephson and McNeally was introduced to the Council and discussed the con- <br />tinuation of the City's legal services with the firm in view of the fact <br />that Mr. Josephson as well as Mr. Pollock would be involved in politics. <br /> <br />Item 12 - Adiournment - Clmr. Skinner moved to adjourn. Mayor Kirkpatrick <br />adjourned the meeting at 11:55 P. M. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />e <br /> <br />------------------------------ <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING JANt'ARY 27, 1969 <br /> <br />Item 1 - The Regular Meeting of the Common Council of The City of Seward, <br />Alaska, for January 27, 1969, was called to order by Mayor Kirkpatrick <br />at 7:31 P. M. Item 2 - The opening ceremony was led by Clmr. Ullom. <br />Item 3 - Roll was called and those present were Mayor Kirkpatrick, and <br />Clmrs. Ullom, Hulm, Hoogland, Skinner, Olson and Amend. <br /> <br />Item 4 - Citizens Discussion and Public Hearinqs - Mr. Don Beitinger of <br />the State Highway Department presented the Urban Highway Program for Sew- <br />ard and explained the improvements that were to be made to a portion of <br />Third Avenue. Mr Beitinger asked for Council approval of a prepared res- <br />olution giving State right- of-way control for the project. Discussion <br />followed. Clmr. Hulm, seconded by Clmr. Ullom, moved to table the resol- <br />ution until February 10. 1969: passed unanimously. <br />Item 4 (2) - Mr. Bill Johnson, Alaskan Scallop Processors, asked that the <br /> <br />
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