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<br />7U <br /> <br />PAGE 70 <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING - DECEMBER 9, 1974 <br /> <br />VOLUME 16 <br /> <br />2. C1mr. McCloud, seconded by Clmr. Dague, moved to approve authorization for <br />purchase of a 4-whee1 drive pick-up truck for the Electric Department at the stated <br />price of $5,812.32 or below. Passed unanimously. <br />3. Clmr. McCloud, seconded by C1mr. Lutz, moved to approve a grant in the amount <br />of $1,000.00 to the Seward Council on Alcoholism. Passed unanimously. <br />4. The City Manager recommended bid awards as follows: a.) Petroleum Products- <br />Standard Oil Co. and Harbor Fuel; b.) Tires, Tubes and Batteries- Haye Enterprises; <br />c.) Vending Machine Service-Bond's Vending; and d.) Towing-Ron's Auto Rebuild. C1mr. <br />Lutz, seconded by Clmr. McCloud, moved to approve the bid awards as recommended by <br />the City Manager. Passed unanimously. <br />5. Myr. Neve' commented on the Port of Seward/Resurrection Bay Development Profile <br />which supports the expansion of the Fourth Avenue Dock Study to include all of the <br />Bay and coastal area from Lowell Point to Fourth of July Creek. The need for <br />the study was "now" commented the Mayor and the impact the City of Seward would <br />be getting would be severe from the marine activities associated with Gulf of <br />Alaska oil exploration activities. Additional discussion followed with the result <br />the firm of Kelly, Pitelko, Fritz and Forssen would prepare an offer to contract <br />to do the Study suggested by Myr. Neve'. <br /> <br />Item 12- Citizens Discussion: None <br /> <br />Item 13- Adjournment: Clmr. Lutz moved to adjourn. Myr. Neve' adjourned the <br />meeting at 12:07 A.M. <br /> <br /> <br />f(JJ fJ,(l/~ <br /> <br />Richard A. Neve' <br />Mayor <br /> <br />---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <br /> <br />REGULAR MEETING-JANUARY 13, 1975 <br /> <br />Item 1- The Regular Meeting of the Common Council of the City of Seward, <br />Alaska, for January 13, 1975, was called to order by Mayor Neve' at 7:31 <br />P.M., in the Council Chambers. <br /> <br />Item 2- The Opening Ceremony was led by C1mr. Hulm. <br /> <br />Item 3- Roll was called and those present were Myr. Neve', Clmr's Hulm, <br />McCloud, Lutz and Jr. Mayor Branson. Clmr. Dague arrived late. <br /> <br />Item 4- Minutes: Clmr. McCloud, seconded by Clmr. Hulm, moved to approve <br />the Minutes, as presented, for November 25, 1974, December 2, 1974 and <br />December 9, 1974. Passed unanimously. <br /> <br />Item 5- Report of the Borough Assemblymen: 1. C1mr. Hulm reported the <br />Borough Assembly had enacted Ordinance 74-70 providing zoning for the <br />City of Kenai and noted that the Assembly did not require a city-wide <br />referendum on the item as had been suggested by the Borough Mayor. Clmr. <br />Hulm also reported that Ordinance 74-71 regarding the issuance of three- <br />million, five hundred thousand dollars in general obligation bonds for <br />school construction to the Kenai Central High School had been approved. <br />It was also reported that Resolution 74-55, requesting the Governor and <br />the Legislature to abolish the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board and <br />return the powers of the board to cities, fell short during the vote. <br />The difference was so slight however, that the Borough attorney was <br />requested to investigate and report at a later meeting. The discussion <br />turned to the school situation and C1mr. Hulm reported that it was his <br />opinion there was no problem for Seward and noted that an architectual <br />firm had been approved. According to Clmr. Hu1m the Borough Mayor did <br />not explain the delay satisfactorily and indicated a problem could <br />arise when the Soldotna High School was placed on the ballot. Myr. Neve' <br />requested community support for a total school bond issue, and noted <br />that without representation at the Borough Meetings the two city Assembly <br />representatives were fighting an up-hill battle. Clmr. Lutz noted that <br />he hated to see politics brought into education and felt that information <br />on the school system needs, was being mis-represented and indicated a new <br />type of lowness. Myr. Neve' requested members in the audience to attend <br />the Borough Assembly Meeting whenever possible. <br /> <br />Item 6- The City Manager's Report: 1. The City Manager requested addi- <br />tions to tonight's agenda, under item 14-2. The addition of Pioneer Bar <br />