AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT

THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA

Monday, January 4, 1999 – 7:00 PM

Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building

Meeting No. 99-01

 

Submitted by: _____________________________

David R. Palmer

City & Borough Manger


  1. FLAG SALUTE
  2. ROLL CALL
  3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS

  1. JEDC BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
    1. Valley Lumber and Building Supply (William Graves and Loren Stephens) for rebuilding after the fire
    2. Alaska Airlines (William S. Ayer, President) for the new GPS system and the Constituent airfare

The Juneau Economic Development Council is recognizing extraordinary achievement by businesses serving the Juneau community. In this first year of the awards, JEDC has selected two businesses - Valley Lumber and Building Supply and Alaska Airlines as award recipients.

Valley Lumber and Building Supply has been chosen in recognition of the company’s courageous performance and commitment to re-establish after the devastating fire and for maintaining a local, service-oriented enterprise.

Alaska Airlines is being honored in recognition of the company’s extraordinary performance as a business and a friend to Juneau. The company’s investment in our community is apparent in numerous ways including: the addition of global positioning satellite navigation systems; the training of over 120 flight crews to operate the equipment plus the installation of the equipment, at a cost of over $10,000,000 on more than 30 aircraft; and finally, in making Alaska’s Capital City more accessible by working with the Alaska Committee to offer "constituent air fares", allowing Alaskans lower priced travel from anywhere in the State to visit the Capital during legislative sessions.

Mayor Dennis Egan and JEDC Board Chair Tim Sunday will present the awards to William Graves and Loren Stephens from Valley Lumber and Building Supply, and to William Ayers, President of Alaska Airlines.

2. Lobbyist Evaluation and Contract Renewal

(Note: the Assembly may enter into Executive Session for this item)

3. Resolution No. 1968

A Resolution Confirming the Assessment Roll for LID No. 83 Fixing the Time and Method of Payment of Assessments; Setting the Day of Levy; and Fixing the Time of Delinquency and the Penalties and Interest Therefore. Presented by the Manager.

This resolution is before the Assembly sitting as a Board of Equalization for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the assessment roll for Local Improvement District No. 83, providing for a new paved roadway surface, minor improvements to the water and sanitary sewer systems, and improvements to the roadway subbase and storm drainage systems in Linellen Heights Subdivision. Notice of this hearing has been provided to the property owners so that they may have the opportunity to present their objections to the assessment or any part of it, and to point out errors and inequalities, and submit reasons for amendments and corrections to the roll. All objections to the roll must be made in writing and filed with the clerk at or prior to the time of the hearing. Property owners may make oral presentations at the hearing, but any objection not reduced to writing is conclusively presumed to be waived.

After the Assembly has heard all objections, it may modify the roll or any part of it, or set aside the roll and order the remaking of the assessment. The Assembly may continue the hearing from time to time. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Assembly should adopt the resolution confirming the roll as submitted, or as corrected or revised by the Assembly.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

    1. Resolution No. 1969

A Resolution Confirming the Assessment Roll for LID No. 84 Fixing the Time and Method of Payment of Assessments; Setting the Day of Levy; and Fixing the Time of Delinquency and the Penalties and Interest Therefore. Presented by the Manager.

This resolution is before the Assembly sitting as a Board of Equalization for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the assessment roll for Local Improvement District No. 84, construction of a gravity sewer main and laterals serving property within Trafalgar Avenue. Notice of this hearing has been provided to the property owners so that they may have the opportunity to present their objections to the assessment or any part of it, and to point out errors and inequalities, and submit reasons for amendments and corrections to the roll. All objections to the roll must be made in writing and filed with the clerk at or prior to the time of the hearing. Property owners may make oral presentations at the hearing, but any objection not reduced to writing is conclusively presumed to be waived.

After the Assembly has heard all objections, it may modify the roll or any part of it, or set aside the roll and order the remaking of the assessment. The Assembly may continue the hearing from time to time. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Assembly should adopt the resolution confirming the roll as submitted, or as corrected or revised by the Assembly.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

  1. MANAGER’S REPORT FOR AGENDA CHANGES
  2. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. (Not to exceed a total of 20 minutes nor more than 5 minutes for any individual).
  3. CONSENT AGENDA

The Consent Agenda includes routine items of business, which may not require separate discussion. When the Mayor calls for public comment on the Consent Agenda, you may raise your hand and the Mayor will recognize you asking which item(s) you wish to have removed from the Consent Agenda for separate discussion and action. Following the removal of any item from the Consent Agenda, the Assembly votes on the remaining items in one motion. (Ordinances for introduction generally may not be removed from the Consent Agenda.)

All items that are removed from the Consent Agenda will follow the format of: Administrative or Committee Report, Public Hearing/Participation and Assembly Action.

    1. Ordinance:
    2. 1. Ordinance No. 99-01

      An Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning Map of the City and Borough to Change the Zoning of Lot 2, Channel View Subdivision. Presented by the Manager.

      Lot 2, Channel View Subdivision, a 2.85-acre parcel adjacent to Mike Hatch Jeep Sales in North Douglas, is currently zoned Rural Reserve transitioning to Residential. The Planning Commission, at its December 8, 1998 regular meeting recommended that the zoning be changed to General Commercial.

      This zone change would be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan designation for the property.

    I recommend that this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular meeting.

  1. Resolution:
    1. Resolution No 1976

A Resolution Supporting Full Local Telephone Competition. Presented by Assemblymember Garrett.

This resolution requests that the Alaska Public Utilities Commission utilize universal service priority funding and minimum service level requirements as regulatory tools to promote competition between telephone service providers in Juneau.

This resolution was prepared at the request of Assemblymember Garrett as approved by the Assembly at its regular meeting of December 21.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

    1. Transfer Request:

1. Transfer No. T-656: transfers $6,638 from School-Art in Public Places (CIP F431) and $84,596 from School Health Safety and Structure (CIP F422) for a total transfer of $91,234 to New High School/Dimond Park Planning (CIP S454-66)

This transfer request moves $6,638 of 1981 General Obligation School Bonds from the School – Art in Public Places project and $84,596 of 1985 General Obligation School Bonds from the School Health, Safety and Structure project to the New High School/Dimond Park Planning project.

The two old school projects have been completed; the remaining bond funds in those two projects are now available to use to fund any school related capital project.

The additional funding in the New High School/Dimond Park Planning project will be used to develop a new ballot measure for a new high school for voter consideration at a special election in May, 1999, or in the regular October, 1999 election as outlined in the attached memorandum from the City Architect.

After the transfers are approved, the fund available balances, budgets, and status for the projects will be as follows:

Transfer Status/
Project Number/
Project Name
Unobligated
Funds
Prior to Transfer
Unobligated
Funds
After Transfer
Total Project
Budget
After Transfer
Status
 
Transferred from:
F431/
School – Art in PublicPlaces                  
$6,638 $-0- $320,241 closing
F442/
School Health, Safety
and Structure     
$84,596 $-0- $707,704 closing
Transferred to:
S454-66/
New High School/
Dimond Park
Planning 
$15,588 $106,822 $234,234 on-going

I recommend that this transfer be approved.

  1. ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING
    1. Ordinance No. 98-26

An Ordinance Amending the Sewer Code to Increase the Sewer Service Rates. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

The sewer service rates have not increased since July 1, 1992. Increased customers have resulted in sufficient revenue to cover operational expenses over that period. Significant new capital improvement projects now require that rates be increased to provide revenues to cover the associated debt service.

This ordinance would increase sewer service rates in three steps:

    1. Upon the effective date of the ordinance the rate per unit will increase from $32.50 per month to $33.50 per month.

2. On July 1, 1999 the rate per unit will increase to $34.50 per month and the commercial rate will increase from $5.00 to $5.25 for each 1,000 gallons.

3. On July 1, 2000 the rate per unit will increase to $35.50 per month.

Included in your packet is a memo from Public Works Director Ernie Mueller explaining the need for this increase.

This proposal was reviewed and approved by the Assembly Finance Committee at its December 9, 1998 meeting.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted, but amended to be effective March 1, 1999.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

    1. Ordinance No. 98-40
    2. An Ordinance Amending the Land Use Code Table of Permissible Uses to Allow Scrap Material Salvage Yards, Junkyards, Automobile Graveyards and Other Such Uses in the WI, Waterfront Industrial Zone. Presented by the Manager.

      Administrative or Staff Report

      This ordinance amends the Land Use Code, Table of Permissible Uses to allow scrap material salvage yards, junkyards, and automobile graveyards and other uses in the WI, waterfront industrial zone. The table currently allows these activities with an allowable use permit in the I, industrial zone. The waterfront industrial district is intended for industrial and port uses, which need or substantially benefit from a shoreline location. In Juneau, these operations may be dependent upon a deep-water port location. It would be appropriate to locate such water-dependent industrial uses in the waterfront industrial zone.

      The Planning Commission reviewed the ordinance at its meeting of December 8, 1998. The Commission recommends that the Assembly adopt this ordinance.

      I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

      Public Hearing

      Assembly Action

    3. Ordinance No. 98-17 (X)

An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $91,303 to Expand Outpatient Services for Chemically Dependent Women and Their Dependent Children. Such Funds Provided by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

This ordinance appropriates a $91,303 Federal grant, which is passed through to the CBJ by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. The grant supports the Women, Empowered, Safe and Sober (WESS) Program. The total cost of the program will be $124,953, consisting of $33,650 in state funds and the federal grant of $91,303.

Included as backup are detailed budgets for the program. The two largest components of the grant include $46,544 for a Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) position, and $36,874 for contractual costs for a childcare coordinator and an evaluator who will assess the effectiveness of the program. The travel budget is $10,000 and will be used for the following: two trips for the SAC to visit rural communities in Southeast Alaska, and one trip for the SAC and AWARE Women’s Advocate to visit the rural communities together. This is an example of a Juneau program serving the Southeast region.

When the City received this grant, the State cut a previously appropriated grant of $71,552 by $37,902, necessitating the de-appropriation ordinance No. 98-17 (Y) following on the agenda.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

4. Ordinance No. 98-17 (Y)

An Ordinance De-Appropriating the Sum of $37,902 to Expand Outpatient Services for Chemically Dependent Women and Their Dependent Children. Such Funds Provided by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

This ordinance will de-appropriate $37,902 of a $71,552 Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Grant.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  2. NEW BUSINESS

X. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

    1. Manager’s Report – Action Items:
    2. Manager’s Report – Information Items:
    3.  

      1. Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Meeting Scheduled for 6:00pm on January 14, 1999 at Centennial Hall.

  1. Attorney’s Report:

 

  1. MAYOR AND COMMITTEE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
    1. Revised Pending Items
    2. Unappropriated General Fund Unreserved Fund Balance
    3. Assembly Contingency Fund Balance
    4. Committee Reports:
    1. Standing Committees:
    1. Committee of the Whole
    2. Finance Committee
    3. Human Resources Committee

d) Lands and Resources Committee

e) Public Works and Facilities Committee

2. Board Liaison Reports

  1. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS
  2. CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. (Not to exceed 5 minutes per person or 20 minutes total, whichever is less).
  3. ADJOURNMENT

Note: Agenda packets are available for review at the Juneau Public Library, the Mendenhall Valley Library, and the Douglas Public Library. An audiotape containing the Assembly’s agenda is available for review at all CBJ Libraries each Friday prior to the Assembly’s Monday meeting.

ADA Accommodations Available Upon Request: Please telephone the Clerk’s Office 48 hours prior to any meeting so arrangements can be made to have a sign language interpreter present. The Clerk’s Office telephone number is 586-5278, TDD 586-5351, e-mail is Marian_Miller@mail.ci.juneau.ak.us.

AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT

THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA

Monday, January 4, 1999 – 7:00 PM

Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building

Meeting No. 99-01

 

Submitted by: _____________________________

David R. Palmer

City & Borough Manger

 

 

  1. FLAG SALUTE
  2. ROLL CALL
  3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS

  1. JEDC BUSINESS EXCELLENCE AWARDS
    1. Valley Lumber and Building Supply (William Graves and Loren Stephens) for rebuilding after the fire
    2. Alaska Airlines (William S. Ayer, President) for the new GPS system and the Constituent airfare

The Juneau Economic Development Council is recognizing extraordinary achievement by businesses serving the Juneau community. In this first year of the awards, JEDC has selected two businesses - Valley Lumber and Building Supply and Alaska Airlines as award recipients.

Valley Lumber and Building Supply has been chosen in recognition of the company’s courageous performance and commitment to re-establish after the devastating fire and for maintaining a local, service-oriented enterprise.

Alaska Airlines is being honored in recognition of the company’s extraordinary performance as a business and a friend to Juneau. The company’s investment in our community is apparent in numerous ways including: the addition of global positioning satellite navigation systems; the training of over 120 flight crews to operate the equipment plus the installation of the equipment, at a cost of over $10,000,000 on more than 30 aircraft; and finally, in making Alaska’s Capital City more accessible by working with the Alaska Committee to offer "constituent air fares", allowing Alaskans lower priced travel from anywhere in the State to visit the Capital during legislative sessions.

Mayor Dennis Egan and JEDC Board Chair Tim Sunday will present the awards to William Graves and Loren Stephens from Valley Lumber and Building Supply, and to William Ayers, President of Alaska Airlines.

2. Lobbyist Evaluation and Contract Renewal

(Note: the Assembly may enter into Executive Session for this item)

3. Resolution No. 1968

A Resolution Confirming the Assessment Roll for LID No. 83 Fixing the Time and Method of Payment of Assessments; Setting the Day of Levy; and Fixing the Time of Delinquency and the Penalties and Interest Therefore. Presented by the Manager.

This resolution is before the Assembly sitting as a Board of Equalization for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the assessment roll for Local Improvement District No. 83, providing for a new paved roadway surface, minor improvements to the water and sanitary sewer systems, and improvements to the roadway subbase and storm drainage systems in Linellen Heights Subdivision. Notice of this hearing has been provided to the property owners so that they may have the opportunity to present their objections to the assessment or any part of it, and to point out errors and inequalities, and submit reasons for amendments and corrections to the roll. All objections to the roll must be made in writing and filed with the clerk at or prior to the time of the hearing. Property owners may make oral presentations at the hearing, but any objection not reduced to writing is conclusively presumed to be waived.

After the Assembly has heard all objections, it may modify the roll or any part of it, or set aside the roll and order the remaking of the assessment. The Assembly may continue the hearing from time to time. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Assembly should adopt the resolution confirming the roll as submitted, or as corrected or revised by the Assembly.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

    1. Resolution No. 1969

A Resolution Confirming the Assessment Roll for LID No. 84 Fixing the Time and Method of Payment of Assessments; Setting the Day of Levy; and Fixing the Time of Delinquency and the Penalties and Interest Therefore. Presented by the Manager.

This resolution is before the Assembly sitting as a Board of Equalization for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the assessment roll for Local Improvement District No. 84, construction of a gravity sewer main and laterals serving property within Trafalgar Avenue. Notice of this hearing has been provided to the property owners so that they may have the opportunity to present their objections to the assessment or any part of it, and to point out errors and inequalities, and submit reasons for amendments and corrections to the roll. All objections to the roll must be made in writing and filed with the clerk at or prior to the time of the hearing. Property owners may make oral presentations at the hearing, but any objection not reduced to writing is conclusively presumed to be waived.

After the Assembly has heard all objections, it may modify the roll or any part of it, or set aside the roll and order the remaking of the assessment. The Assembly may continue the hearing from time to time. At the conclusion of the hearing, the Assembly should adopt the resolution confirming the roll as submitted, or as corrected or revised by the Assembly.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

  1. MANAGER’S REPORT FOR AGENDA CHANGES
  2. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. (Not to exceed a total of 20 minutes nor more than 5 minutes for any individual).
  3. CONSENT AGENDA

The Consent Agenda includes routine items of business, which may not require separate discussion. When the Mayor calls for public comment on the Consent Agenda, you may raise your hand and the Mayor will recognize you asking which item(s) you wish to have removed from the Consent Agenda for separate discussion and action. Following the removal of any item from the Consent Agenda, the Assembly votes on the remaining items in one motion. (Ordinances for introduction generally may not be removed from the Consent Agenda.)

All items that are removed from the Consent Agenda will follow the format of: Administrative or Committee Report, Public Hearing/Participation and Assembly Action.

    1. Ordinance:
    2. 1. Ordinance No. 99-01

      An Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning Map of the City and Borough to Change the Zoning of Lot 2, Channel View Subdivision. Presented by the Manager.

      Lot 2, Channel View Subdivision, a 2.85-acre parcel adjacent to Mike Hatch Jeep Sales in North Douglas, is currently zoned Rural Reserve transitioning to Residential. The Planning Commission, at its December 8, 1998 regular meeting recommended that the zoning be changed to General Commercial.

      This zone change would be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan designation for the property.

    I recommend that this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular meeting.

  1. Resolution:
    1. Resolution No 1976

A Resolution Supporting Full Local Telephone Competition. Presented by Assemblymember Garrett.

This resolution requests that the Alaska Public Utilities Commission utilize universal service priority funding and minimum service level requirements as regulatory tools to promote competition between telephone service providers in Juneau.

This resolution was prepared at the request of Assemblymember Garrett as approved by the Assembly at its regular meeting of December 21.

I recommend that this resolution be adopted.

    1. Transfer Request:

1. Transfer No. T-656: transfers $6,638 from School-Art in Public Places (CIP F431) and $84,596 from School Health Safety and Structure (CIP F422) for a total transfer of $91,234 to New High School/Dimond Park Planning (CIP S454-66)

This transfer request moves $6,638 of 1981 General Obligation School Bonds from the School – Art in Public Places project and $84,596 of 1985 General Obligation School Bonds from the School Health, Safety and Structure project to the New High School/Dimond Park Planning project.

The two old school projects have been completed; the remaining bond funds in those two projects are now available to use to fund any school related capital project.

The additional funding in the New High School/Dimond Park Planning project will be used to develop a new ballot measure for a new high school for voter consideration at a special election in May, 1999, or in the regular October, 1999 election as outlined in the attached memorandum from the City Architect.

After the transfers are approved, the fund available balances, budgets, and status for the projects will be as follows:

Transfer Status/
Project Number/
Project Name
Unobligated
Funds
Prior to Transfer
Unobligated
Funds
After Transfer
Total Project
Budget
After Transfer
Status
 
Transferred from:
F431/
School – Art in PublicPlaces                  
$6,638 $-0- $320,241 closing
F442/
School Health, Safety
and Structure     
$84,596 $-0- $707,704 closing
Transferred to:
S454-66/
New High School/
Dimond Park
Planning 
$15,588 $106,822 $234,234 on-going

I recommend that this transfer be approved.

  1. ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING
    1. Ordinance No. 98-26

An Ordinance Amending the Sewer Code to Increase the Sewer Service Rates. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

The sewer service rates have not increased since July 1, 1992. Increased customers have resulted in sufficient revenue to cover operational expenses over that period. Significant new capital improvement projects now require that rates be increased to provide revenues to cover the associated debt service.

This ordinance would increase sewer service rates in three steps:

    1. Upon the effective date of the ordinance the rate per unit will increase from $32.50 per month to $33.50 per month.

2. On July 1, 1999 the rate per unit will increase to $34.50 per month and the commercial rate will increase from $5.00 to $5.25 for each 1,000 gallons.

3. On July 1, 2000 the rate per unit will increase to $35.50 per month.

Included in your packet is a memo from Public Works Director Ernie Mueller explaining the need for this increase.

This proposal was reviewed and approved by the Assembly Finance Committee at its December 9, 1998 meeting.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted, but amended to be effective March 1, 1999.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

    1. Ordinance No. 98-40
    2. An Ordinance Amending the Land Use Code Table of Permissible Uses to Allow Scrap Material Salvage Yards, Junkyards, Automobile Graveyards and Other Such Uses in the WI, Waterfront Industrial Zone. Presented by the Manager.

      Administrative or Staff Report

      This ordinance amends the Land Use Code, Table of Permissible Uses to allow scrap material salvage yards, junkyards, and automobile graveyards and other uses in the WI, waterfront industrial zone. The table currently allows these activities with an allowable use permit in the I, industrial zone. The waterfront industrial district is intended for industrial and port uses, which need or substantially benefit from a shoreline location. In Juneau, these operations may be dependent upon a deep-water port location. It would be appropriate to locate such water-dependent industrial uses in the waterfront industrial zone.

      The Planning Commission reviewed the ordinance at its meeting of December 8, 1998. The Commission recommends that the Assembly adopt this ordinance.

      I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

      Public Hearing

      Assembly Action

    3. Ordinance No. 98-17 (X)

An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $91,303 to Expand Outpatient Services for Chemically Dependent Women and Their Dependent Children. Such Funds Provided by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

This ordinance appropriates a $91,303 Federal grant, which is passed through to the CBJ by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. The grant supports the Women, Empowered, Safe and Sober (WESS) Program. The total cost of the program will be $124,953, consisting of $33,650 in state funds and the federal grant of $91,303.

Included as backup are detailed budgets for the program. The two largest components of the grant include $46,544 for a Substance Abuse Counselor (SAC) position, and $36,874 for contractual costs for a childcare coordinator and an evaluator who will assess the effectiveness of the program. The travel budget is $10,000 and will be used for the following: two trips for the SAC to visit rural communities in Southeast Alaska, and one trip for the SAC and AWARE Women’s Advocate to visit the rural communities together. This is an example of a Juneau program serving the Southeast region.

When the City received this grant, the State cut a previously appropriated grant of $71,552 by $37,902, necessitating the de-appropriation ordinance No. 98-17 (Y) following on the agenda.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

4. Ordinance No. 98-17 (Y)

An Ordinance De-Appropriating the Sum of $37,902 to Expand Outpatient Services for Chemically Dependent Women and Their Dependent Children. Such Funds Provided by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services. Presented by the Manager.

Administrative or Staff Report

This ordinance will de-appropriate $37,902 of a $71,552 Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Grant.

I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

Public Hearing

Assembly Action

  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
  2. NEW BUSINESS

X. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

    1. Manager’s Report – Action Items:
    2. Manager’s Report – Information Items:
    3.  

      1. Capital City Fire/Rescue Volunteer Firefighters Meeting Scheduled for 6:00pm on January 14, 1999 at Centennial Hall.

  1. Attorney’s Report:

 

  1. MAYOR AND COMMITTEE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
    1. Revised Pending Items
    2. Unappropriated General Fund Unreserved Fund Balance
    3. Assembly Contingency Fund Balance
    4. Committee Reports:
    1. Standing Committees:
    1. Committee of the Whole
    2. Finance Committee
    3. Human Resources Committee

d) Lands and Resources Committee

e) Public Works and Facilities Committee

2. Board Liaison Reports

  1. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS
  2. CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. (Not to exceed 5 minutes per person or 20 minutes total, whichever is less).
  3. ADJOURNMENT

Note: Agenda packets are available for review at the Juneau Public Library, the Mendenhall Valley Library, and the Douglas Public Library. An audiotape containing the Assembly’s agenda is available for review at all CBJ Libraries each Friday prior to the Assembly’s Monday meeting.

ADA Accommodations Available Upon Request: Please telephone the Clerk’s Office 48 hours prior to any meeting so arrangements can be made to have a sign language interpreter present. The Clerk’s Office telephone number is 586-5278, TDD 586-5351, e-mail is Marian_Miller@mail.ci.juneau.ak.us.