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City of Seward, Alaska Planning Commission Minutes <br /> March 1, 2011 Volume 6, Page 4 2 4 <br /> Call to Order <br /> The March 1, 2011 Regular Meeting of the Seward Planning & Zoning Commission was <br /> called to order at 7:30 p.m. by Chair Roach'. <br /> Opening Ceremony <br /> Commissioner Butts led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. <br /> Roll Call <br /> There were present: <br /> Sandie Roach' presiding, and <br /> Tena Morgan Dale Butts <br /> Steven Heinrich Scott Seabury <br /> Two vacant seats <br /> comprising a quorum of the Commission; and <br /> Michelle Weston, Assistant City Manager <br /> Donna Glenz, City Planner <br /> Dwayne Atwood, Community Development Assistant <br /> City Administration Report <br /> City Planner Donna Glenz updated the Commission on the following business items: <br /> • Commissioner Steven Heinrich was sworn in to serve another term on the Commission. <br /> Heinrich's term expires in February, 2014. <br /> • Glenz introduced Assistant City Manager Michelle Weston, who was present for comment. <br /> • Explained why the scheduled March 1 joint work session with the Seward / Bear Creek <br /> Flood Service Area Board was not held. She noted the administration for the board had <br /> been ill and the quarterly work session was canceled. <br /> • Glenz corrected the time for the upcoming joint work session with City Council. The <br /> correct time was 6 p.m. to 6:50 p.m., March 29, 2011. <br /> • Community Development staff was working with the Seward Police Department, the <br /> Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to <br /> assist with a bear safety project. The next meeting was scheduled for March 16, 2011. <br /> • Local surveyor Nick Cline had submitted the draft Waterfront Park replat. Administration <br /> anticipated bringing the plat forward to the Commission in April. <br /> • Glenz noted she was to attend a FEMA sponsored discovery meeting in Soldotna on March <br /> 2, 2011. The topic was flood mitigation on the Kenai Peninsula Borough. <br />