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City of Seward, Alaska Historic Preservation Commission Minutes <br /> February 26, 2013 Volume 2, Page 214 <br /> Call to Order <br /> The February 26,2013 regular meeting of the Seward Historic Preservation Commission was <br /> called to order at 7:15 p.m. by Chair Linda Lasota. <br /> Opening Ceremony <br /> The Pledge of Alliance was performed. <br /> Roll Call <br /> There were present: <br /> Chair Linda Lasota presiding, and <br /> John French Sarah Fink <br /> Catherine Richardson <br /> Absent Commissioners were Doug Capra(excused). <br /> Comprising a quorum of the Commission, and <br /> Patricia Linville,Library/Museum staff <br /> City Administration Report <br /> Linville reported on staffing changes at the Seward Community Library Museum.There was <br /> lots of positive messaging about the new Library Museum space. A new applicant for the Historic <br /> Preservation Commission would appear before the council at the March council meeting. The <br /> Commission owes the Seward City Council an oral quarterly report for 1St quarter,but may be able to <br /> wheel and deal them down to just a second quarterly report. <br /> Commissioner Richardson wanted to be made aware of the Library Museum's dedicated <br /> filing space for the Historic Preservation Commission. Linville responded that she has a whole <br /> filing cabinet full. <br /> Friends of the Jesse Lee Home Update <br /> Laura Hensley of the Friends of the Jesse Lee Home, reported on possible curriculum <br /> development for the charter school that the Jesse Lee Home would house. Hensley offered that <br /> Friends of the Jesse Lee Home had the 35%complete design report back from architects.The 35% <br /> complete design report showed less space for offices than originally conceptualized.Negotiations <br /> were ongoing with City of Seward for site control. Hensley thought the building stabilization was <br /> done but wasn't sure.A capital budget request was submitted but not approved.The Friends of Jesse <br /> Lee Home were still exploring different grant possibilities. <br />