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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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City of Seward Alaska Planning Commission Minutes <br /> April 3, 2012 Volume 6, Page 4 7 2 <br /> ism Call to Order <br /> The April 3, 2012 Regular Meeting of the Seward Planning & Zoning Commission was <br /> called to order at 7:20 p.m. by Chair Roach'. <br /> Opening Ceremony <br /> Commissioner Ecklund led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. <br /> Roll Call <br /> There were present: <br /> Sandie Roach' presiding, and <br /> Dale Butts Cindy Ecklund <br /> Tena Morgan <br /> comprising a quorum of the Commission; and <br /> Ron Long, Assistant City Manager <br /> ..• Donna Glenz, City Planner <br /> Dwayne Atwood, Planning Technician <br /> City Administration Report <br /> City Planner Donna Glenz updated the Commission on the following business items: <br /> • The City Building Department had received several building permit applications, including <br /> a new single family home at the corner of Jefferson Street and Ballaine Boulevard, a <br /> remodel of the Kimberly Court Apartments and roofing repair at the high school and <br /> elementary school. <br /> • The Parks and Recreation Department was scheduled to hold the annual Pink Cheeks <br /> Triathlon on May 5. <br /> • The first cruise ship of the year was slated to be in port on April 11. <br /> • The Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance had been working with the City of Seward to <br /> restore the bank vegetation along lower Scheffler Creek. <br /> • The City had received a $350,000 hazard mitigation grant from FEMA for a Dairy Hill <br /> drainage project. <br /> • The City was continuing to work toward the removal of a tax foreclosure property in <br /> Crawford Subdivision along Resurrection River. The property would become floodplain <br /> conservation lands. <br /> • Community Development staff had been working with the Seward / Bear Creek Flood <br /> Service Board to prepare a public information mailing. <br />
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