ASSEMBLY AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT
THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA
Monday, October 15, 2007, 7:00 – 11:00 PM
Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building
Regular Meeting No. 2007-26

 

 

I. FLAG SALUTE

II. ROLL CALL

III. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

A. Employee Recognition

IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

A. September 24, 2007 – Regular Assembly Meeting 2007-25

V. MANAGER’S REQUEST FOR AGENDA CHANGES

VI. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS.
(Not to exceed a total of 20 minutes nor more than 5 minutes for any individual).

VII. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Public Requests for Consent Agenda Changes, Other Than Ordinances for Introduction

B. Assembly Requests for Consent Agenda Changes

C. Assembly Action

1. Ordinances for Introduction

a. Ordinance 2007-63
An Ordinance Amending The Official Zoning Map To Change The Zoning of 0.82
Acres Of ATS 104 From D-3 (T) D-5 To Waterfront Commercial.

Exhibit A

The CBJ Assembly approved the rezone of 4.95 acres of tidelands and uplands located west of the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry Terminal on November 20, 2006, and the Planning Commission approved a Conditional Use Permit for a municipal marine commercial facility on the site on My 8, 2007. CBJ Docks and Harbors is now seeking a rezoning of 0.82 acres of additional upland area for the planned expansion of the previously-approved facility. The expansion will provide for additional uplands for staging and temporary storage of freight and commercial fishing gear, supplies and equipment. Use of the site for long-term storage will not be permitted. After conducting a public hearing on this rezoning request on September 11, 2007, the Planning Commission passed a motion recommending approval.

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

b. Ordinance 2007-64
An Ordinance Amending The Parking District Map Adopted By The Land Use Code.

Exhibit A

Exhibit B

The Planning Commission approved the change in use the former National Guard Army building to a new Community Arts Center, at its meeting of September 25, 2007.

The former National Guard Armory was constructed prior to adoption of zoning ordinances and it does not have enough parking to meet current parking requirements for large events. As long as it was used as an armory, its parking requirement was grandfathered at zero; however, when it was recently converted to an arts center, it was required to meet parking requirements.

The PD-1 parking district was established to address situations such as this. The parking overlay district was originally adopted in 1979 to allow historic buildings, built prior to adoption of zoning ordinances, to change uses without providing parking mandated by current regulations. The Planning Commission recommended extending the PD-1 parking district from the neighboring Centennial Hall property to the new Community Arts Center property in recognition that the Armory is a historic building that has been used by the community for decades for a variety of uses without providing code minimum parking. Extension of the PD-1 parking district will allow the new Community Arts Center the same flexibility as other historic buildings in the parking overlay district.

The Planning Commission passed a motion at its October 9, 2007 meeting recommending Assembly approval of this map amendment. A map of the area proposed for the PD- 1 extension is included in the packet.

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

c. Ordinance 2007-21(O)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $70,000 As Funding For An Analysis Of Sediment Remediation And Flood Control Options For A Portion Of Jordan Creek, Funding Provided By The United States Fish And Wildlife Service And The Water Fund.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate a $20,000 grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and $50,000 of CBJ Water Fund Balance as partial funding for Phase One engineering analysis and design for habitat and flood control improvements to a section of Jordan Creek, and its tributary drainage, impacted by sediment transfer associated to the development of the CBJ’s East Valley Water Reservoir. This project is a collaborative effort between the City and Borough of Juneau, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S Geological Survey, and the Juneau Watershed Partnership.

Development of the East Valley Reservoir in 1984 resulted in channelization of storm drainage off Thunder Mountain and an increase in sediment transfer to Jordan Creek near Jennifer Drive in the Mendenhall Valley. The increased creek sediment has negatively impacted fish and wildlife habitat and increased the flood risk to adjacent homes. The goals of the project are to reduce sediment transfer to Jordan Creek from this source, restore fish and wildlife habitat, and to reduce risk of flooding.

The first phase of the project will involve field surveys, geomorphic/hydrologic assessments, and engineering design development, is estimated to cost $110,000, and should be completed by August 2008. The Juneau Watershed Partnership is providing and managing an additional $40,000 state grant to this project phase. The second phase will involve construction of sediment control features and stream restoration. The cost and schedule of the second phase improvements will be determined in the design phase.

This project was approved by the Public Works and Facilities Committee at its meeting on September 24, 2007.

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

d. Ordinance 2007-21(R)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $1,000,000 As Partial Funding For Construction Of The New Auke Bay Loading Facility, Funding Provided By The Denali Commission.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate $1,000,000 of Safe Accountable Flexible Efficient Transportation Equity Act-A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) funds from the Denali Commission for the Auke Bay Loading Facility Project. The funds will be used to help finance construction of the new facility. The Docks and Harbors Board requested the Assembly appropriate the funds at its March 29, 2007 meeting. The Board expects to start construction of the Auke Bay Loading Facility in early 2008 and open it to the public in December 2008.

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

e. Ordinance 2007-21(T)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $20,000 As Funding For Repairs To The Jensen-Olson Arboretum Residence, Funding Provided By The Jensen-Olson Arboretum Endowment Fund.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate $20,000 from the Jensen-Olson Arboretum Endowment to fund the repair of the additional rot found within the residential structure. The repairs would be paid from interest earned on the principal endowment. The home is occupied by the Arboretum Manager.

The Jensen-Olson Arboretum was deeded to the CBJ as a living trust, and sits between the Glacier Highway and Favorite Channel at Pearl Harbor, just north of the Shrine of St. Therese. The main house was constructed in 1967.

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

f. Ordinance 2007-21(U)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $40,000 As Funding For The Acquisition Of The Parker Property, Identified As USS 667, Funding Provided By The Lands Fund Balance.

Valuation

Map 1

Map 2

This ordinance would appropriate $40,000 for the acquisition of the Parker Property, identified as USS 667, funding provided by the Lands Fund Balance.

CBJ was approached by the property owner of USS 667 to investigate acquisition of the eight-acre property for hazard mitigation, and to insure that future development and timber cutting activities do not occur. The property is mapped with severe and moderate hazard areas (see attached maps). Several avalanche/mass-wasting events have occurred on and around the property, and the high potential for loss indicates that future development would include detailed hazard analysis and mitigation costs.

The property owner has accepted CBJ’s offer of $40,000 for a vacant 7.5-acre portion of USS 667. The Manager has determined that the fair market value of the 7.5-acre portion is $137,000 (see attached valuation). The difference of $97,000 is proposed as a donation. The property will be retained in an as-is manner, and will otherwise be managed for open space and hazard mitigation functions. The property owner will retain approximately ½-acre of land with the existing house. Staff will complete the required subdivision from existing budget funds (approximately $5,000), and the Lands and Resources Office will pay for the closing costs.

The Assembly Lands Committee reviewed the proposed acquisition and donation at its meetings on July 9, 2007 and August 13, 2007. The Lands Committee recommended approval of the $40,000 acquisition and land donation.

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

g. Ordinance 2007-21(V)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $73,000 As Funding For The Installation Of A Sewer Pump-Out Station In Douglas Harbor, Funding Provided By The National Forest Foundation.

This ordinance appropriates a grant from the National Forest Foundation to pay for $73,000 of the cost to install a sewer pump-out station in Douglas Harbor. The National Forest Foundation is the congressionally-chartered nonprofit partner of the Forest Service. One of their missions is to protect watersheds.

With this grant, the Docks and Harbors Board plans to install a sewer pump-out station at the end of the launch ramp boarding float in Douglas Harbor. Currently, there are no pump-out facilities south of the Douglas Bridge. The Board approved this project on September 23, 2004. The project is expected to cost $160,000. A previously appropriated grant from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game makes-up the balance of the funding for this project.

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

h. Ordinance 2007-21(W)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $11,613 As Funding For The Restoration And Refitting Of The Four-Story Totem Pole, Funding Provided By The State Museum Grant-In-Aid And The Juneau Rotary Club.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would appropriate $11,613 from the Alaska State Museums’ Grant-In-Aid and the Juneau Rotary Club for the restoration and refitting of the Four-Story Totem Pole next to the City Museum. This project will remove the pole from its base, clean, repair and apply preservatives, upgrade the mounts and remount the pole in its original location. Education groups and the public will be invited to view the project, learn about totem pole preservation and in connection with Celebration 2008 and attend a public rededication event.

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

i. Ordinance 2007-21(X)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $385,000 As Partial Funding For Three Public Works Capital Improvement Projects, Funding Provided By Water Fund Balance.

This ordinance would appropriate $385,000 from the CBJ Water Fund Balance for the purpose of providing Water Utility participation in three existing capital improvement projects.

The 4th Street Douglas Utility Improvement Project will replace water and sewer utilities within the portion of 4th Street south of D Street, as well as utilities in a portion of B and D Streets. The project is expected to bid in the spring of 2008.

The West Juneau Water Improvements Project will connect a high pressure water main between Jackson Street and upper John Street to provide increased fire flows to John Street and Simpson Avenue. This project is currently under contract to Southeast Earth Movers with a completion date of October 31, 2007.

The Sunny Point Overpass Utility Improvements Project involves an agreement with the Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities to install a conduit under the new overpass fill for future water system improvements, as well as reconfiguration of the sanitary sewer system impacted by the new overpass project. The Wastewater Utility portion of the project was funded in FY2007 CIP.

This project was approved by the Public Works and Facilities Committee at their October 1, 2007 meeting.

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

j. Ordinance 2007-21(Y)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $8,098 As Funding For The Juneau-Douglas City Museum’s Interactive Digital Storytelling Project And Exhibit, Funding Provided By The Rasmuson Foundation.

This ordinance would appropriate an $8,098 grant from the Rasmuson Foundation to provide two kiosks, two touch screen monitors and a sound system for the Juneau-Douglas City Museum’s interactive digital storytelling project and exhibit. Each story will be 12-15 minutes with four entry points or chapters and will be housed on interactive monitors in the Museum’s Capital City exhibit.

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

k. Ordinance 2007-21(Z)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $2,828 As Funding For Staff To Attend Two Training Sessions On Digital Storytelling, Funding Provided By The Rasmuson Foundation.

This ordinance would appropriate a $2,828 reimbursable grant from the Rasmuson Foundation, Arts and Culture Initiative, to allow staff to attend two training sessions on digital storytelling and making digital stories in a classroom setting. This training will complement a digital storytelling project that the Museum will be working on in FY08 with local middle school students. Museum staff and students will create four digital stories on Juneau as Alaska’s Capital City. These digital stories will be housed on interactive monitors in the Museum.

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

l. Ordinance 2007-21(AA)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $4,030 For Staff To Participate In The Performance Management Program, Funding Provided By The Rasmuson Foundation.

This ordinance would appropriate a $4,030 Management Assistance grant from the Rasmuson Foundation to participate in the Performance Management Program, a summer and winter visitor analysis for a group of participating Alaskan Museums administered by the American Association of State and Local History (AASLH). Performance Management will provide the Museum with a scientific visitor survey, professional data analysis through the Center for Nonprofit Management of Nashville, and a final report that identifies areas of strength as well as areas that need improvement.

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

2. Resolutions

a. Resolution 2423
A Resolution Extending Port Development Fees On Vessels Carrying Passengers For Compensation, And Repealing Resolution 2294b am.

This resolution will extend the Port Development Fee at a rate of $3.00 per arriving passenger. The current $3.00 Port Development Fee will sunset on March 8, 2008. This resolution extends the existing rate and fee structure without a sunset provision.

The Port Development Fee was reviewed by the Committee of the Whole on September 10, 2007. The Committee approved a motion to draft the appropriate legislation to extend the fee structure and bring that legislation to the Assembly where it can be directed to the Finance Committee or back to the Committee of the Whole for further discussion.

I recommend that this resolution be referred to the Finance Committee for further review.

b. Resolution 2424
A Resolution Authorizing The Manager To Submit To The State Of Alaska An Application For A Federal Grant For The City And Borough Of Juneau Historic Preservation Database.

This action authorizes the Community Development Department (CDD) to apply for a grant from the Office of History and Archaeology to fund the conversion of the CBJ’s library of historic preservation surveys into a searchable computer database. This is the Phase I of a multi-phase program to compile a comprehensive historic preservation database to be used by the CDD in preservation planning. Phase I includes creation of the database and entry of historic building information for the Downtown Historic District and the Juneau Townsite. The historic preservation database will be available online for free access by the public

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

c. Resolution 2425
A Resolution Adopting The Juneau Parks And Recreation Comprehensive Plan, Revised Chapter 8

Chapter 8 Attachment

In 1996, the Assembly adopted Resolution 1824 approving the Juneau Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan approved as a general guide for the development and operation of the parks and recreation facilities in the City and Borough of Juneau. Chapter 8 of the plan includes recommendations regarding the acquisition, development, operation and management of the Parks and Recreation system in its eight subareas.

In 2006, four public meetings were conducted, in different areas of the City and Borough to solicit input for the proposed revisions; two additional Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee meetings were conducted to solicit more public input and an additional month of written public comment was taken.

CDD and Lands and Resources staff reviewed and commented on the proposed Chapter 8 revisions to assure consistency with the CBJ Comprehensive and Lands Plans. The Planning Commission took public comment and provided recommendations to Chapter 8, approving the revised plan on November 14, 2006. The Assembly Lands Committee took public comment for the first time on January 22, 2007 and requested input from the Juneau Affordable Housing Commission and Juneau School District before recommending Assembly action. The Juneau School District provided comment; and the Juneau Affordable Housing Commission recorded public input and approved the revised Chapter 8.

On August 13, 2007 the Assembly Lands Committee approved the Parks and Recreation Comprehensive Plan Chapter 8 proposed revisions and recommended that a resolution be drafted adopting the revised Chapter 8.

The revisions that address increased setback requirements are only applicable to CBJ-owned property. No CBJ lands currently identified for disposal will be affected by those revisions.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

3. Transfers

a. Transfer T-864
Transferring $130,000 From The South Ferry Terminal Wharf Extension Capital Improvement Project To The Intermediate Vessel Float (IVF) Stabilization Capital Improvement Project.

Impact Budget Action

This action transfers port development fees funds to the IVF Float Stabilization Project from the South Ferry Terminal Wharf Extension capital improvement project.

The IVF is primarily used by fishing and pleasure vessels visiting Juneau and for cruise ship lightering activity. The Float Stabilization Project requires additional funds to replace the shorepower system and potable water freeze protection system. Early in the project, the Board intended to salvage and reuse these systems. After careful examination, the Board has determined that it is more cost effective to replace this infrastructure at this time. This transfer will provide the additional funds for the replacement. Bid award DH7-110 is presented on this agenda.

The IVF capital improvement project incorporates some of the capital improvement goals of the South Ferry Terminal Wharf Extension project.

I recommend this transfer be approved by the Assembly.

4. Bid Awards

a. Docks and Harbors - DH7-110 - Intermediate Vessel Float (IVF) Repairs

This project consists of repairs to the Intermediate Vessel Float in downtown Juneau. Repairs include the installation of polyethylene pontoons to increase float freeboard, replacement of timber whalers and connecting hardware, replacement of shore power cables and pedestals, and replacement of the potable water freeze protection system. The Intermediate Vessel Float is used by visiting fishing vessels, pleasure yachts, and cruise ship lightering.

The engineer’s estimate of the work was $403,684. One bid was received in the amount of $479,460 from Trucano Construction. The bid is higher than expected because the cost of the polyethylene pontoons and the pressure treated timber whalers was higher than the engineer’s estimate. The Docks and Harbors Board reviewed the bid at its September 27, 2007 meeting and recommends the Assembly award the bid. The project is financed with a combination of port maintenance fees and port development fees. Transfer T-864, a companion action at tonight’s meeting, provides the balance of funding to complete the work.

I recommend this contract be awarded to Trucano Construction in the amount of $479,460.

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Ordinance 2007-61
An Ordinance Amending The Official Zoning Map To Change The Zoning Of A Fraction Of USS 204 TR F, In The Vicinity Of Lemon Creek, From Rural Reserve To D-15 Residential.

Exhibit A

Exhibit B

The Planning Commission approved the development of Phase I of a mobile home park adjacent to the existing Lemon Manor Mobile Home Park, on June 13, 2006. At the time of approval, 26 lots were within a D-15 Residential zone, while four lots in the 30-unit Phase I project were within a Rural Reserve (RR) zone. The Planning Commission placed a condition on the mobile home park approval providing that the four lots within the RR zone could not be occupied until the RR property was rezoned to D-15.

The Planning Commission, at its September 11, 2007 meeting, recommended Assembly approval of this rezone. Adoption of this ordinance would represent the final approval necessary for completion and occupation of the park. The park will result in 30 units of affordable housing becoming available in the community. A map, and metes and bounds description of the area proposed for rezoning are included in the packet.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

B. Ordinance 2007-21(L)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $1,720,200 As Funding For The Replacement Of Buses And Vans For Capital Transit And Care-A-Van, Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska Department Of Transportation And Public Facilities.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate a $1,720,200 grant for the replacement of buses and vans for Capital Transit and Care-A-Van. The projects were included in the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and funds were appropriated by the 2006 Alaska State Legislature. The funds will replace five 1992 buses with modern, low-floor, ADA-accessible buses similar to those purchased in recent years. It will complete this fleet replacement cycle; the fleet will be all new since 2001. The funds for vans will meet current year replacement needs and those for 2009. A local match of 10% is required. These local funds have been set aside in the Vehicle Replacement Fund.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

C. Ordinance 2007-21(M)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $275,000 As Partial Funding For The Direct Construction Costs Of A Covered Play Area For The Zach Gordon Youth Center, Funding Provided By The Rasmuson Foundation.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate a $275,000 grant from the Rasmuson Foundation to partially fund construction of a covered outdoor play area for the Zach Gordon Youth Center. The covered outdoor play area was approved by voters in 1998.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

D. Ordinance 2007-21(Q)
An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $120,000 as Partial Funding for Zach Gordon Youth Center Covered Play Area Capital Improvement Project, Funding Provided by the Sales Tax Budget Reserve.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate $120,000 from Sales Tax Budget Reserve for the Zach Gordon Covered Play Area. This project's initial funding ($400,000) was approved by voters as part of Proposition Three in the 1998 regular election. In 2001, additional Proposition Three monies ($100,000) were added to the project budget. The design is complete, and ready to bid. Recent price escalations have driven the total project estimate to approximately $900,000. The Rasmussen Foundation has provided a grant of $275,000 for the construction of this covered facility (Ordinance 2007-21(M)). This appropriation would provide sufficient funding to allow the project to move forward to bidding and award. Construction would take place in summer of 2008. CBJ has applied for additional grant monies to bridge the $120,000 difference. If those grant applications are successful, the remainder of this appropriation will be returned to the Budget Sales Tax reserve.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.


E. Ordinance 2007-21(N)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $250,000 As Funding For An Environmental Assessment Of Statter Harbor Loading Facility Capital Improvement Project, Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska Department Of Fish And Game.

Economic Impact

This ordinance would appropriate a $250,000 grant from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to the Statter Harbor Loading Facility Project. This project includes the improvements set forth in the Statter Harbor Master Plan that was adopted by the Docks and Harbors Board in 2005. The Master Plan calls for a new two-lane recreational boat launch ramp, a passenger-for-hire boarding float, expanded parking facilities, additional boat moorage, and a new marine service yard.

The grant will be used to obtain permits for the project. CBJ will match the grant with $250,000 of marine passenger fees already appropriated into the project. At its August 30, 2007 meeting, the Docks and Harbors Board requested the Assembly appropriate the grant.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

F. Ordinance 2007-21(P)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $360,078 As Funding For Homeless Shelter Upgrades, Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Commerce, Community And Economic Development.

Economic Impact

The City and Borough of Juneau was recently awarded a Community Development Block Grant in the amount of $360,078 to provide safety and livability upgrades at Gastineau Human Services, the AWARE Shelter, St. Vincent de Paul, and the Glory Hole. These organizations provide homeless shelter services. The Assembly previously approved receipt of these funds in Resolution 2374, adopted on October 9, 2006. The resolution referenced funding in the amount of $275,000; however, the amount has increased upon a clearer determination of needs identified in the scope of work. Match for the grant is being provided by the benefiting non-profit organizations.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. Ordinance 2007-21(I)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $219,000 As Funding For The Acquisition Of A Landing Craft And Closed Circuit Surveillance System For Security At The Cruise Ship Docks, Funding Provided By The Department Of Homeland Security.

Economic Impact Note

Deputy City Attorney Memorandum

USCG Letter

This ordinance would appropriate a $219,000 grant from the Preparedness Office of Grants and Training of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to the Docks and Harbors Board. $144,000 of the grant will be used to purchase a landing craft vessel. The vessel will be used to patrol the cruise ship docks and will also be equipped for search and rescue and firefighting operations. The remaining $75,000 will be used to purchase a closed circuit surveillance system for the new cruise ship docks.

The Docks and Harbors Board reviewed the grant application on February 13, 2007. The application was developed with the assistance of the Marine Exchange of Alaska and in conjunction with the U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port’s Office. The board approved the grant award on July 26, 2007 and forwarded their request to the Assembly for appropriation of the grant.

At the September 24, 2007 Assembly meeting, this item was tabled to provide time for the port director and city attorney to gather answers and information to questions brought up during the public hearing regarding port security requirements. There is a letter from the U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port and a memo from the Deputy City Attorney addressing port security requirements under the federal law.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

X. NEW BUSINESS

A. Regulations - Auke Bay Loading Facility Use Regulations

This regulation governs how the public are allowed to use the Auke Bay Loading Facility. The regulation also governs how use of the facility is charged under the harbor fees and charges regulation. The facility is not built yet but the Docks and Harbors Board expects it will be opened to the public by December 2008. The facility is expected to be the state’s premier public use loading facility.

The Docks and Harbors Board conducted three public hearings on the regulations over a period of two months. No written or oral comments were received. The Board adopted the regulations at its September 27, 2007 meeting.

The regulations will not require an increased appropriation of general funds by the municipality.

CBJ Ordinance 01.60.260 provides the Assembly with three courses of action:

1. The Assembly may take up consideration of the regulation and approve it;
2. The Assembly may chose not to take up consideration of the regulation in which case the regulation shall be deemed approved; or
3. The Assembly may disapprove the regulation. If the Assembly disapproves the regulation, it shall return the regulation to the Docks and Harbors Board or direct the regulation be considered as an ordinance or resolution.

If the Assembly returns the regulation, it may state the reasons for disapproval but shall not establish explicit conditions for subsequent approval or direct particular amendment to the regulation. If the Assembly has no objection to these regulations, no action is required. Unless the Assembly directs otherwise, Docks and Harbors will issue the regulations to be effective seven days after filing with the Clerk.

XI. STAFF REPORTS

XII. ASSEMBLY REPORTS

A. Mayor’s Report
B. Committee Reports
C. Liaison Reports
D. Presiding Officer Reports

XIII. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS

XIV. CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

XV. EXECUTIVE SESSION

XVI. ADJOURNMENT

Note: Agenda packets are available for review at the Juneau Municipal Libraries and online at www.juneau.org.

ADA accommodations available upon request: Please contact the Clerk’s office 72 hours prior to any meeting so arrangements can be made to have a sign language interpreter present or an audiotape containing the Assembly’s agenda made available. The Clerk’s office telephone number is 586-5278, TDD 586-5351, e-mail: city_clerk@ci.juneau.ak.us



 

 

 

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