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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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City of Seward, Alaska Historic Preservation Commission Minutes <br /> February 16, 2011 Volume 2, Page 215 <br /> iris• Call to Order <br /> The February 16, 2011 regular meeting of the Seward Historic Preservation Commission was <br /> called to order at 6:31 p.m. by Chair Linda Lasota. <br /> Opening Ceremony <br /> Commissioner French led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br /> Roll Call <br /> There were present: Chair Linda Lasota presiding, and <br /> Vice -Chair John French Monica Hinders <br /> Catherine Richardson Ryan Reynolds <br /> Tim Sczawinski <br /> Absent - None <br /> Comprising a quorum of the Commission, and <br /> Amy Carney, Library /Museum staff <br /> him Special Reports & City Administration Report <br /> None <br /> Other Reports, Announcements & Presentations <br /> None <br /> Friends of the Jesse Lee Home Update <br /> Richardson reported that the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home have qualified for 501(c) non- <br /> profit status. They also are in process of negotiating land transfer with the City of Seward. She also <br /> reported that they recently had an assessment study which recommended temporary building <br /> strengthening. <br /> Website Updates & Historical Site Inventory — Chair Lasota & Commissioner Reynolds <br /> Reynolds reported that there was nothing new with the website because he still has to acquire <br /> access to the site. He said that he still needs to get in touch with Jolund Luther and /or Josh Estes to <br /> find out about becoming website administrator. Lasota asked if Reynolds would be ready to present <br /> some new information at the next meeting. Reynolds said that it would be possible. <br />
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