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City of Seward Legislative Hist
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City of Seward, Alaska City Council Minutes <br /> August 11, 2014 Volume 39, Page 371 <br /> CALL TO ORDER <br /> iron <br /> The August 11,2014 regular meeting of the Seward City Council was called to order at 7:00 <br /> p.m. by Mayor Jean Bardarson. <br /> OPENING CEREMONY <br /> Police Chief Tom Clemons led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. <br /> ROLL CALL <br /> There were present: <br /> Jean Bardarson presiding and <br /> Ristine Casagranda Christy Terry <br /> Iris Darling David Squires <br /> Dale Butts <br /> comprising a quorum of the Council; and <br /> Ron Long, Assistant City Manager <br /> Brenda Ballou, Deputy City Clerk <br /> ..,, Absent—Marianna Keil <br /> CITIZEN COMMENTS ON ANY SUBJECT EXCEPT THOSE ITEMS SCHEDULED FOR <br /> PUBLIC HEARING <br /> Chip Arnold read a letter from Chance Miller who resided on Lowell Point relating to the <br /> sewage lagoon. <br /> Teri Arnold said she watched the television news tonight and said although the residents of <br /> Lowell Point had not contacted the news station, there had been news coverage on the television <br /> tonight about the sewage lagoon. She was upset about how the city was portrayed on the news, but <br /> also thought the timeline distributed by Public Works was not acceptable.Arnold hoped that council <br /> would keep this as a steady agenda item until the issue was resolved. <br /> John Page said he was a Lowell Point resident and ran his Sunny Cove business there. He <br /> had always been happy there,but now thought the city had been negligent in their care of the sewage <br /> lagoon. He was concerned with the air quality and wanted the air tested. <br /> Bill Pfisterer said he ran a business at Lowell Point and was concerned about the apparent <br /> inaction of the city since he spoke at the last city council meeting. Every night he was awakened <br /> from sleep by the odor,and he had to take medicine every day as a result.He was concerned that the <br /> trio chain of command for the city had not been followed for accountability, that there had not been <br /> proper oversight of the facility, or there had been negligence. Pfisterer wanted people held <br /> responsible. <br />
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