ASSEMBLY AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT
THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA
Monday March 15, 2010, 7 p.m.
Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building
Regular Meeting No. 2010-07

 

I. FLAG SALUTE

II. ROLL CALL

III. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

A. Employee Recognition – PRISM – Autumn Lowrey, Ben Lyman, Erin Russell

IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

A. February 22, 2010 – Regular Assembly Meeting 2010-05
B. March 8, 2010 – Special Assembly Meeting 2010-06

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 2010-07
An Ordinance Authorizing The Port Director To Negotiate And Execute An Amendment To The City And Borough's Lease With Douglas Island Pink And Chum, Inc., To Add Certain Tidelands To The Existing Leased Property Located Near Channel Drive.

Exhibit A

This ordinance would authorize the Port Director to negotiate an amendment of the tidelands lease with Douglas Island Pink and Chum, Inc. (DIPAC) to add additional tidelands. The requested tidelands are immediately seaward of the tidelands under an existing lease.

The tidelands (ADL 107804) have been conveyed to the CBJ Docks and Harbors by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) under AS 38.05.825. DNR originally entered into the DIPAC lease in October 1992. This lease was conveyed to CBJ in February 2001.

The Docks and Harbors Board reviewed the lease amendment proposal at its meeting of January 8, 2009, and approved this action.

The Assembly Lands Committee approved this action at its March 8, 2010 meeting.

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

b. Ordinance 2010-08
An Ordinance Authorizing the Port Director to Negotiate and Execute an Amendment to the City and Borough’s Lease with Channel Construction, Inc., to Add Certain Tidelands to the Existing Leased Property Located Near Channel Drive.

Exhibit A

This ordinance would authorize the Port Director to negotiate an amendment of the tidelands lease with Channel Construction, Inc. to add additional tidelands. The requested tidelands are immediately seaward of the tidelands under an existing lease.

The tidelands (ADL 107804) have been conveyed to the CBJ Docks and Harbors by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) under AS 38.05.825. DNR originally entered into the Channel Construction lease in April 1961. This lease was conveyed to CBJ in February 2001.

The Docks and Harbors Board reviewed the lease amendment proposal at its meeting of December 3, 2009, and approved this action.

The Assembly Lands Committee approved this action at its March 8, 2010 meeting.

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

c. Ordinance 2010-09
An Ordinance Providing For The Issuance And Sale Of General Obligation Bonds In One Or More Series In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $13,580,000; And Providing The Form And Terms Of The Bonds And For Unlimited Tax Levies To Pay The Bonds Authorized By The Voters For The Pool Facility And Gastineau Elementary School.

This ordinance would authorize the issuance of $13.58 million in General Obligation Bonds approved by the voters. Of this amount, $7.58 million is from the October 2, 2007 voter approval for the Dimond Park Aquatic Center (DPAC) construction and $6 million is from the October 6, 2009 voter approval for the Gastineau Elementary School renovations.
The CBJ has previously issued $12,220,000 of the original $19.8 million in bonds approved for the DPAC. The voter authorization for the Gastineau School is $11.8 million. The Engineering Department has estimated that only $6 million of this amount will be needed for the project during the next 18 to 24 months. The remaining balance ($5.8 million) is planned for issue in late 2011 or early 2012.

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

d. Ordinance 2009-08(AD)
An Ordinance Transferring To The Manager The Sum Of $400,000 As Funding For The Bartlett Information Systems Building Demolition And Parking Lot Capital Improvement Project, Funding Provided By Bartlett Regional Hospital Fund Balance.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would set up a new Capital Improvement Project (CIP) and transfer $400,000 from Bartlett Regional Hospital’s (BRH) fund balance to provide the necessary funding for asbestos abatement and demolition of the building used by Information Systems and the construction crew during the Project 2005 construction project. The building will be replaced by a 50-space parking lot.

The Hospital Board approved this action at its March 24, 2009 meeting.

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

e. Ordinance 2009-08(AE)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $914,389 In State Of Alaska Stimulus Grant Funding And De-Appropriating $914,389 In General Operating Revenues Previously Appropriated.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would appropriate $914,389 in Federal stimulus funds being passed through the State to CBJ. These Federal funds are being allocated using the same formula used for the State’s Community Revenue Sharing Program. The funds will be used to supplant general operating funds. Appropriating these grant funds will allow CBJ to help balance the budget and retain staffing in FY11. This revenue source has already been accounted for to help reduce the budget deficit identified in the FY11 and FY12 biennial budget projections previously provided to the Assembly Finance Committee.

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

f. Ordinance 2009-08(AF)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $2,000 As Funding for Avalanche Training, Grant Funding Provided by the State of Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance appropriates a $2,000 grant from the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for Juneau Avalanche Training.

These funds are slated to support the goals and activities of Capital City Fire/Rescue, as well as other outside response agencies. Activities funded by this grant include:

• Free Public Avalanche Awareness Training
• Free Public Companion Rescue Training
• Two 8-hour days of training at the Eaglecrest Ski Area for Capital City Fire/Rescue, Eaglecrest Ski Patrol, Juneau Mountain Rescue, and SEADOGS. Training to be provided by Swiss Alpine Rescue Trainer Manuel Genswein.

There is no match requirement for this grant.

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

g. Ordinance 2009-08(AG)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $19,750 As Funding For The Juneau Haz-Mat Response Team To Attend The 2010 Alaska Shield Exercise, Grant Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska Department Of Military And Veterans Affairs.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would appropriate $19,750 from a grant provided by the State of Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, paying for all expenses associated with participation of the Juneau Haz-Mat Response Team in the 2010 Alaska Shield Exercise.

Members of the Juneau Haz-Mat response team will travel to Anchorage and participate in an exercise simulating a statewide response to a hazardous materials incident associated with the Alaska Shield exercise.

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

2. Resolutions

a. Resolution 2520
A Resolution Expressing Assembly Support For Increased Legislative Appropriations For Services Benefiting Vulnerable Alaskans
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This resolution would express Assembly support for increased appropriations by the Alaska State Legislature for meeting health and social service needs.

I recommend the Assembly adopt the Human Resources Committee's recommendations for action from tonight’s meeting.

b. Resolution 2521
A Resolution Authorizing An Application To The State Of Alaska For A Federal Grant To Plan, Develop And Install Historical Interpretive Signs At The Historic Treadwell Mine Complex And Jualpa Mine Camp Historic District.

The proposed project is to plan, develop, and install historical interpretive signs to be located on CBJ-owned property of the Treadwell Mine Complex and Jualpa Mine Camp in Last Chance Basin. The product of the project will be a series of interpretive signs similar to those in the downtown historic district and in Marine Park. The signs would assist locals and visitors in understanding the history of the gold mines that were Juneau’s economic engine for over 30 years.

The work of the project will be managed by Gary Gillette, liaison to the Treadwell Historic Preservation and Restoration Society. Volunteers of the Treadwell Historic Preservation and Restoration Society and the Gastineau Channel Historical Society will assist with planning, developing, and installing the signage. The Historic Resources Advisory Committee would review the draft and final products. Gary Gillette would administer the grant.

The total project costs are estimated to be $43,200, 60 % of which will be funded by a federal Historic Preservation Fund grant administered by the Alaska Office of History and Archaeology. The remaining 40 % of the project budget will be funded by cash and in-kind services of volunteers of the Treadwell Historic Preservation and Restoration Society and Gastineau Channel Historical Society.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

c. Resolution 2522
A Resolution Approving Certain Expenditures for Reimbursement from the Proceeds of Recovery Zone Facility Bond Debt to be Issued in the Future to Provide Funding Assistance to Alaska Glacier Seafoods, Inc.

This resolution would provide the official notice (Official Intent to Reimburse) that the CBJ may provide funding assistance to Alaska Glacier Seafoods through the use of Recovery Zone Facility Bonds (conduit revenue bond debt). The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), that was passed by Congress in 2009, included provisions to help finance certain kinds of business development activities. Under the provisions of ARRA and the Internal Revenue Service, the CBJ has received an allocation/authorization to issue up to $11,379,000 Recovery Zone Facility Bonds.

The adoption of this resolution does not obligate the CBJ to issue these bonds; it only provides public notice that if bonds are issued, Alaska Glacier Seafoods can reimburse itself using the bond proceeds. Without this resolution, project costs incurred by Alaska Glacier Seafoods prior to the issuance of the conduit debt, if any, may not be reimbursable.

The use of Recovery Zone Facility Bond financing was reviewed by the Assembly Finance Committee on December 2, 2009. Staff was directed to explore the use of Recovery Zone Facility Bonds to provide funding assistance to Alaska Glacier Seafoods.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

d. Resolution 2523
A Resolution Expressing the Assembly’s Support for Google to Build and Test an Ultra-High Speed Broadband Network in Juneau.

This resolution would express Assembly support for the Juneau Economic Development Council to submit an application on behalf of the City and Borough of Juneau to Google. This application is in response to Google’s Request For Interest to be considered as a pilot community for an experimental project that it hopes will make Internet access better and faster, through an ultra-high speed broadband network (over 1 gigabit per second) that will deliver internet speeds more than 100 times faster than what most Americans have access to today.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

3. Transfers

a. T-906, Transferring $376,099 From Nine Completed Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) To Five Ongoing CIPs.

This request would authorize the transfer of $376,099 to close nine completed Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) to five ongoing CIPs.

From and Closing the following CIPs:

Downtown Library Roof Replacement $ 206,614
Hank Harmon Rifle range Improvements 3,185
Trail Improvements – Prop 3 7,175
Cope Park Improvements 36,706
Smith/Butts Park Improvements I 6,707
Essential Building Repairs II 87,656
Deferred Building Maintenance II 17,377
Egan Drive Trees 5,000
Switzer/Marriot Trail Improvements 5,679

Total $ 376,099

To : Fish Creek Improvements $ 57,277
Centennial Hall Roof Replacement 206,614
Essential Building Repairs III 87,656
Deferred Building Maintenance III 17,377
Treadwell Ditch Trail 7,175

Total $ 376,099

The capital project transfers are listed in detail in the attached Impact of Budget Action (IBA) worksheet. The worksheet details the effect of the transfer on the projects’ budgets and the available funds within each project.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee approved this action at its February 8, 2010 meeting.

I recommend this transfer be approved.

Impact of Budget Action

b. T-907, Transferring $200,000 From Casey Shattuck II Capital Improvement Project (CIP) To A New Eaglecrest Mountain Operations/Lifts CIP.

This request would authorize the transfer of $200,000, as a loan, from the Casey Shattuck II Project to the new Eaglecrest Mountain Operations/Lifts Project.

This summer, Eaglecrest plans the installation of a new beginner chairlift and repainting of other chairlift towers. In the draft FY11 CIP, Eaglecrest is scheduled to receive $200,000 toward these projects. However, due to the short construction season, it would not be possible to achieve these improvements if construction could not begin until July 1. This transfer of $200,000 would be used as a loan to allow construction to begin this spring and will be repaid when FY11 funds are available on July 1.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee approved this action at its March 8, 2010 meeting.

I recommend this transfer be approved.

Impact of Budget Action

c. T-908, Transferring $10,000 In Secure Rural Schools And Community Self-Determination Act Of 2000 Title III Restricted Funds From The Youth Forest And Trails Training Program (Parks and Recreation Budget) To The Mayor And Assembly Budget.

This action would transfer $10,000 in Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act of 2000 Title III restricted funds from the Youth Forest and Trails Training Program to the Assembly’s budget. The funds would be provided to Southeast Conference (SEC) to fund a portion of the inventory and mapping of young growth timber in a Southeast Alaska project. After the transfer, sufficient funds will be remaining in the Youth Forest and Trails Training Program for program operations.

In October 2009, the Assembly requested that staff find funding for this project. Shelly Wright, Executive Director of Southeast Conference, requested that we wait until December in order to allow SEC time to secure additional funding from other southeast communities before taking action. After receiving the okay from Ms. Wright, it was necessary to conduct a 45-day public comment period to meet the provisions of the restricted Title III funds. The 45-day public comment period ended in February. No public comments were received.

I recommend this transfer be approved.

Impact of Budget Action          Summary Information

4. Bid Award

a. Bid E10-167, Area Wide Paving

Bids were opened on March 5, 2010. The bid protest period expired at 4:30 p.m. March 8, 2010.

Project Description: Paving rehabilitation of Erin Manor Subdivision, portions of Deborah Drive and Gail Avenue in the Mendenhall Valley, a portion of Mountain Avenue in the Lemon Creek area, and Caroline Street near Auke Bay. Work includes excavation, shot rock borrow, base course grading D-1, underdrains, AC pavement, fog seal coat, pavement markings, and other miscellaneous work.

I recommend award of this project to Secon, in the total amount bid, for an award of $1,018,468.90.

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Ordinance 2010-04
An Ordinance Authorizing The Manager To Execute A Lease Of The Cornerstone Shelter Building And A Fraction Of U.S. Survey 381, On Hurlock Avenue, Containing 36,122 Square Feet, To Juneau Youth Services, Inc.

Map

In 1968, The Greater Borough of Juneau received title to U.S. Survey 381, for use as a Receiving Home. After reviewing historical files, there is no evidence that a lease, or similar written document, has ever been issued for occupancy of the property by a non-City and Borough entity. Juneau Youth Services, Inc., a nonprofit organization, has submitted a proposal for grant funding to Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) to improve interior portions of the structure, located at 9290 Hurlock Avenue. AHFC requires dedication of the current use of the property for a period of five years to amortize grant-funding improvements. The proposed lease would meet those requirements.

At its January 11, 2010 meeting, the Lands Committee adopted a motion of support for an ordinance that: 1) authorizes the Manager to execute a lease of the premises to Juneau Youth Services, Inc., which shall contain current lease content and form requirements; and 2) waives the payment of annual rent for a period of five years, as the property will be leased to a nonprofit organization for the purpose of performing a public health function.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

B. Ordinance 2010-05(b)
An Ordinance Amending The Official Zoning Map Of The City And Borough Land Use Code To Change The Zoning Of U.S. Survey 1361, Tract IV, Lot 3, North Douglas Highway, Currently Zoned D-3 To D-10.

Exhibit A                Planning Commission Minutes - Excerpt

Version (b) changes the zoning from D-3 to the Planning Commission’s recommendation of D-10 instead of D-18.

The applicant requested a zone change from D-3 to D-18 with the intention of developing the site with small individual homes in a clustered development, leaving portions of the lot in a natural state. The site is adjacent to Kowee Lot 1, which was recently approved by the Planning Commission to transition from D-3 to D18. The Comprehensive Plan identifies the property to be rezoned to Medium Density Residential and CDD staff recommended to the Planning Commission that it be rezoned from D-3 to D-18.

The site is shown on Map L (pg 180) of the 2008 Comprehensive Plan as Urban Low Density Residential transition Medium Density Residential (ULDR (T) MDR). Page 164 of the 2008 Comprehensive Plan describes MDR as follows:

These lands are characterized by urban residential lands for multi-family dwelling units at densities ranging from five to 20 units per acre. Any commercial development should be of a scale consistent with a residential neighborhood.

The Planning Commission, at its December 8, 2009 meeting, recommended rezoning to D-10 rather than the requested D-18. The D-10 district is similar to the requested D-18 zone and is intended to accommodate primarily multi-family development at 10 units per acre (CBJ 49.25.210(e)). D-18 has smaller minimum lot sizes than D-10 and reduces the rear setback requirement from 20 feet to 10 feet.

The Planning Commission recommended that the Assembly approve the rezone of the subject parcel from D-3 to D-10 with the following condition:

1. Access points should be aggregated to the extent possible, and access roads should be spaced at least one-quarter mile from adjacent access roads.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

C. Ordinance 2009-08(AB)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $111,990 As Partial Funding Of The Planning, Study, and Design For Auke Bay Elementary School Capital Improvement Project, Funding Provided By General Obligation Bond Interest Income.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would appropriate unbudgeted school General Obligation (GO) Bond interest income to a new capital improvement project titled Auke Bay Elementary School.

Funds would be provided by the following:

• 2000 GO School Bond Interest Income of $1,093 from the Floyd Dryden Renovations CIP.
• 2000 GO School Bond Interest Income of $412 and 2004 GO School Bond Interest Income of $824 for a total of $1,236 from the Juneau Douglas High School Renovation II CIP.
• 2004 GO School Bond Interest Income of $109,661 from the Floyd Dryden Renovations Phase II CIP.

Appropriation of these funds into a new Auke Bay Elementary School CIP will allow updating of condition surveys and completion of planning to determine whether renovation of the existing school, construction of a new school at the current site, or construction of a new school at a different site is the most feasible option.

The School Board approved appropriation of these funds into a new Auke Bay Elementary School CIP at its meeting of February 9, 2010.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

D. Ordinance 2009-08(AC)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $2,000 As Partial Funding for the Purchase of Artworks for the Juneau-Douglas City Museum, Grant Funding Provided by Rasmuson Foundation and Museums Alaska, Incorporated.

Economic Impact Note

This ordinance would appropriate $2,000 toward the purchase of artwork for the Juneau-Douglas City Museum. Funding is provided by a grant from Rasmuson Foundation and Museums Alaska, Incorporated.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

X. NEW BUSINESS

A. Docks and Harbors Regulations - Adoption of Amendments to Title 05, Chapter 15 Fees and Charges Port Fee Regulations for Passenger-For-Hire Vessels.

Memo to Patrons

The Docks and Harbors Board is proposing to amend the Port Fee regulations to establish dockage fees for day-tour vessels loading passengers-for-hire. The amended regulations will require that companies using port facilities for day tour operations pay passenger-for-hire dockage fees in lieu of moorage fees.

Over the past few years, it has become clear that several companies are conducting day tours from the Intermediate Vessel Float and the Marine Park Lightering Float. Docks and Harbors has been charging two of the operators the passenger-for-hire fee in lieu of the higher moorage fee. This was done at the request of the two companies and because the companies use the facilities in a manner similar to the no-charge, loading zones at the small boat harbors. Another company doing day tours opted to pay the higher moorage fee, though it uses the facilities similar to the two companies paying the passenger-for-hire fees.

This regulation will ensure that dockage fees are consistent for all of these companies and will bring the Administrative Code into compliance with current practice on these fees.

The Docks and Harbors Board conducted two public hearings on the regulation. The Board adopted the regulation at its February 25, 2010 meeting.

The regulation 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 choose 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.

B. Docks and Harbors Regulations - Adoption of Amendments to Title 05, Chapter 20 Small Boat Harbor Fees and Charges.

Memo to Patrons

The Docks and Harbors Board is proposing to amend the Harbor regulations as they apply to the Residence Surcharge Fees to require that vessels with more than four residents to pay an additional fee of $23.00 per resident above four.

This regulation is intended to provide equity in the residence surcharge and was brought about as a result of certain vessels being used as boarding houses.

The Docks and Harbors Board conducted two public hearings on the regulation. The Board adopted the regulation at its February 25, 2010 meeting.

The regulation 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 choose 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.

C. Liquor Licenses

1. Restaurant/Eating Place License #4192: Seong S. Kim d/b/a Seong's Sushi Bar & Chinese Takeout - location 740 W. 9th Street

2. Beverage Dispensary Lic. #648: Westmark Hotels Inc. d/b/a Bubble Room-Westmark Baranof - location 127 N. Franklin St.

3. Brewery Lic. #2534: Alaskan Brewing LLC d/b/a Alaskan Brewing Co. - location 5429 Shaune Drive

4. Recreational Site Lic.#4539 Juneau Bowling Center LLC d/b/a Juneau Bowling Center - location 608 W. Willoughby

5. Package Store Lic.#4742 Wal-Mart Stores Inc. d/b/a Wal-Mart Supercenter #3814 - location 6525 Glacier Hwy.

6. Wholesale-Malt Beverage & Wine Lic.# 4715: Odom Corporation d/b/a The Odom Corporation - location 2266 Industrial Blvd.

7. Wholesale- General Lic.# 3166: Odom Corporation d/b/a The Odom Corporation - location 5452 Shaune Drive – Bay 1

The above-listed liquor license renewals are before the Assembly to either protest or waive its right to protest. The Finance, Police, Fire, and Community Development Departments have reviewed the above businesses for compliance with CBJ Code.

The Human Resources Committee met earlier this evening, Monday, March 15, 2010, and will be forwarding recommendations regarding these licenses. Enclosed in your Human Resources Committee packets are full sets of the relevant documents pertaining to these actions. In the event the Assembly does protest one or more of the above mentioned liquor licenses, CBJ Code 20.25.025(c) provides the licensee an opportunity to exercise their right to an informal hearing before the Assembly.

I recommend the Assembly adopt the Human Resources Committee's recommendations for action from tonight’s meeting.

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 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

Office of the City Clerk, 155 South Seward Street, Juneau, Alaska 99801
 
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