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Assembly of the City and Borough of Juneau

ASSEMBLY AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT
THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA
Monday, March 5, 2012, 7 p.m.
Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building
Regular Meeting No. 2012-05

 

I. FLAG SALUTE

II. ROLL CALL

III. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

A. Employee Recognition

IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

A. January 28, 2012 – Special Assembly Meeting
B. February 13, 2012 – Regular Assembly Meeting 2012-03
C. February 27, 2012 – Special Assembly Meeting 2012-04

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 2012-11
An Ordinance Amending The Land Use Code Relating To Appeals Of Rezoning Decisions.

In 2011, the Planning Commission recommended that a proposal to rezone property on Atlin Drive be denied. A property owner in the area suggested that pursuit of the matter to the Assembly should be as an appeal of the Commission’s decision, not as a hearing on a recommendation. Although Title 49 is clear that when the Planning Commission approves a rezoning, the action is a recommendation, the Code is silent as to whether the action is a recommendation or a final decision if the Commission denies the rezoning. Because only final decisions of the Commission can be appealed to the Assembly, the Code could be clarified if the Commission’s action is a recommendation or a final decision. The proposed ordinance would establish that the Commission’s decision for denial is a final decision that may be appealed to the Assembly.

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

b. Ordinance 2012-12
An Ordinance Providing For The Issuance And Sale Of A General Obligation School Bond In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $21,290,000; And Providing The Form And Terms Of The Bond And For Unlimited Tax Levies To Pay The Bond.

This ordinance would authorize the issuance of $21.29 million in General Obligation bonds. The bonds being issued consist of the following voter approvals:

• $18.7 million for the Auke Bay School renovation, approved October 5, 2010.
• $1.4 million for the Auke Bay School ground source heating system, approved October 4, 2011.
• $1.19 million for resurfacing the Adair Kennedy Turf Field, approved October 4, 2011.

The bonds would be issued for a ten-year term. Ten years is the minimum term to qualify for the State’s School Construction Bond Debt Reimbursement Program. All three authorizations qualify for 70% reimbursement under the State’s Reimbursement Program. However, the reimbursement under the State’s Reimbursement Program is subject to annual appropriation by the Legislature.

The remaining debt service, after state reimbursement, will be paid from property tax levies. The estimated total cost of the debt service, including interest at an average rate of 2.1% for the 10-year bonds is $23.82 million. The CBJ should receive reimbursement from the State of $16.67 million, assuming full state funding, leaving $7.15 million to be paid from local tax levies. The maximum estimated annual property tax mill levy needed to fund the local share, assuming full state funding, is 0.18 mills or $18 per $100,000 in assessed value.

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

c. Ordinance 2012-13
An Ordinance Amending the Land Management Code.

Memo

The Lands and Resources Office has been working with the Law Department to update and improve Title 53, pertaining to the management of the CBJ’s real property. Title 53 has not undergone a comprehensive review since the early 1980s. Proposed amendments are being developed incrementally, starting at the beginning of Title 53. The first portion of Title 53, addressing land acquisitions, was amended by ordinance in January 2011.

Ordinance 2012-13 addresses the next sections, 53.09.010-.170, pertaining to policy, status maps, land classification, and the Land Management Plan. The ordinance does not modify CBJ’s policy on how real property will be managed; it focuses on eliminating redundant and/or outdated processes including deleting status maps and classification, overhauling the Land Management Plan, and establishing a new biennial reporting system to replace the land disposal schedule. A new section authorizes promulgation of regulations. Background information, including an analysis of the proposed changes, is included in your packets.

Due to references to the Planning Commission in sections 53.09.100-.180, covering land classification, the Land Management Plan, and the new biennial report, the Planning Commission was invited to review and comment on those sections of the proposed ordinance. At its February 14, 2012 meeting, the Planning Commission recommended adoption of the ordinance.

The Lands Committee recommended this action at its February 27, 2012 meeting.

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

d. Ordinance 2012-14
An Ordinance Amending The Comprehensive Plan By Adopting Chapter 5 Of The Willoughby District Land Use Plan.

Willoughby District Land Use Plan

This ordinance would amend the CBJ Comprehensive Plan to include Chapter 5 of the Willoughby District Land Use Plan. On February 28, 2012, the Planning Commission recommended the Assembly adopt Chapter 5 of the Willoughby District Land Use Plan as part of the CBJ Comprehensive Plan. At its meeting on March 12, 2012, the Lands Committee will consider a recommendation to the Assembly to adopt this ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan must be amended to adopt Chapter 5 of the Willoughby District Land Use Plan to support proposed changes to Title 49 and to identify a conceptual “blueprint” for investment and redevelopment in this area. The State of Alaska and the City and Borough of Juneau own significant public facilities in this area, several of which are, or will be, considered for expansion or improvement in the near future. Also, this area provides significant opportunity for increased residential housing development to satisfy a portion of the affordable housing demand in the community. With coordinated planning and development concepts, the Willoughby District Land Use Plan can also address challenges to safe, efficient pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and vehicle circulation. Certain portions of the Plan have been implemented in advance of adoption, including the extension of the PD-1 parking zone to include this area. The Lands Division and Community Development Department are currently working on Title 49 revisions to building heights and development bonuses.

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

e. Ordinance 2012-15
An Ordinance To Designate A Tax Foreclosed Property Located At 5871 Churchill Way For A Public Purpose For The Benefit Of The Juneau-Douglas High School Home Building Program.

The CBJ Finance Department foreclosed on Lot 8, Block A, Glacierview Subdivision, also identified as 5871 Churchill Way, for failure to pay property taxes. The property is improved with a partially completed residential structure that has not received a building permit. The property is desirable for a Juneau-Douglas High School (JDHS) Home Building Program. If the project were to proceed, the property would be cleared of improvements and redeveloped with two bungalow houses. The property would then be sold to Juneau Housing Trust, a partner of the JDHS Home Building Program, for the amount necessary to satisfy the delinquent property taxes, plus any other expenses or demolition costs incurred by the CBJ to convey the property for redevelopment. These costs are anticipated to be significantly less than market rate for the property, resulting in a cost savings to the project. This ordinance would identify the property for a public purpose. The approval of a companion resolution is required to dispose of the property to Juneau Housing Trust, a nonprofit, at less than fair market value.

The Assembly Lands Committee, at its February 28, 2012 meeting, recommended that the Assembly approve this ordinance.

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

f. Ordinance 2012-16
An Ordinance Authorizing The Disposal Of Gravel From Municipal Property To Secon Through A Negotiated Sale.

The CBJ has gravel resources in Hidden Valley that have been permitted for extraction but have yet to be mined. Secon has a gravel extraction operation in Hidden Valley that adjoins the CBJ extraction area. Secon proposes to amend its gravel extraction plan to include a portion of municipal property, so that the toe of the final mining slope is at the common property line. This will allow Secon to maximize the use of its property and gravel resources, and accomplish an improvement to the CBJ property in preparation for the full utilization of municipal gravel resources at a later date. Secon will incur the cost of developing this area, including clearing, mining, drainage and final contouring. Due to the configuration of land ownership and access, Secon holds the only legal access to this mining face. Therefore, the sale of the material would be a negotiated sale with Secon.

The Assembly Lands Committee, at its February 28, 2012 meeting, recommended that the Assembly approve this ordinance.

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

 

g. Ordinance 2012-17
An Ordinance Amending The Building Code Relating To Application For A Permit.

This amendment would allow the Building Division to protect landowner’s properties from development without their consent. CBJ has had several complaints from property owners in regard to permit applicants not obtaining the landowner’s permission to set up vending structures and various improvements on their property. It is ultimately the landowner’s responsibility to maintain and limit the use of their properties as required by city ordinance.

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

h. Ordinance 2011-11(AE)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $4,610 As Grant Funding To The Juneau Police Department For Officer Training On 3D Crash Reconstruction Software, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Highway Safety Office.

This ordinance would appropriate a $4,610 grant from the Alaska Highway Safety Office to provide training on 3D crash reconstruction software.

Juneau has been awarded a $4,610 grant to train two police officers who are designated as Crash Reconstruction Specialists. This training will provide instruction on new software that provides a 3D reconstruction of the crash.

CBJ will provide in-kind matching funds in the form of officers’ salaries while they attend the training.

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

i. Ordinance 2011-11(AF)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $136,870.47 As Grant Funding To Capital Transit for Mobility Management, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

This ordinance would appropriate a $136,870.47 grant from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Safety State Transit Match Funds program to provide matching funds to the Federal Transit Administration grant, as follows:

• $1,780.53 of the grant would be used to replace a portion of the $10,000 CBJ match required for the Mobility Manager Grant (2011-11(M)) adopted on September 19, 2011.

• $135,089.94 of the grant would be used to replace a portion of the CBJ match requirement ($768,706) for the $1,000,000 Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Safety, Federal Transit Administration pass-through grant.

CBJ will provide the remaining matching funds in the form of Capital Transit staff salaries and benefits.

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

2. Resolutions

a. Resolution 2597
A Resolution Approving Amendments To The Bylaws Of The Board Of Directors Of Bartlett Regional Hospital.

Bylaws

This resolution would adopt the bylaw amendments, as proposed by the Bartlett Regional Hospital Board of Directors, to establish a Quality Assurance Committee as a standing committee of the board, establish the responsibilities of this committee, and add the position of Immediate Past President to the Executive Committee during the year immediately following a term as President.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

b. Resolution 2604
A Resolution Authorizing The Manager To Enter Into An Amendment To The City And Borough PERS Participation Agreement To Exclude PERS Coverage For The Positions Of Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, And General Surgeon At Bartlett Regional Hospital.

 

Draft Agreement Letter

This resolution would request from the State an amendment to the current CBJ Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) Participation Agreement contract to exclude certain positions at Bartlett Regional Hospital (BRH) from PERS participation.

The Bartlett Regional Hospital Board of Directors has passed a motion requesting that the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Operating Officer, the Chief Financial Officer and the General Surgeon classifications be excluded from PERS participation. The CEO, COO, and CFO positions are newly created at BRH. The General Surgeon positions have participated in PERS. The BRH Board believes that it will further its recruitment and retention goals to have these positions excluded from PERS Participation.

In addition, certain housekeeping changes were included at the request of the Division of Retirement and Benefits. These changes do not alter the participation agreement.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

 

3. Transfers

a. T-934, Transferring $1,100,000 From Closing And Ongoing Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) To Provide Additional Funding For Main Street – Second Street To Seventh Street Reconstruction.

Impact of Budget Action

The transferred funds will provide needed funding for the final section of Main Street to be reconstructed, from Second Street to Fifth Street. The CIPs from which these funds are being transferred have sufficient remaining fund balances to allow project completion.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its February 27, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this transfer be approved.

4. Liquor Licenses

A. Liquor License Renewals

1. Beverage Dispensary License #4842: Up The Creek Inc. d/b/a Twisted Fish Company location: 550 S. Franklin Street.

2. Beverage Dispensary - Duplicate License #4788: Tailwind Inc. d/b/a Hangar on the Wharf/Pizzeria Roma location:#2 Marine Way, Suite #104 (Merchant’s Wharf)

The above-listed liquor license renewals are before the Assembly to either protest or waive its right to protest these renewals. The Finance, Police, Fire, and Community Development Departments have reviewed the above businesses and found them to be in compliance with CBJ Code. In the event the Assembly does protest one or more of the above-mentioned liquor license renewals, CBJ Code 20.25 requires notice, with specificity regarding the nature and basis of the protest, to be sent to the licensee and provides the licensee an opportunity to exercise their right to an informal hearing before the Assembly.

I recommend the Assembly waive its right to protest the above liquor license renewals.

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Ordinance 2012-04
An Ordinance Authorizing The Manager To Execute A Lease Of A Fraction Of Lot 1, U.S. Survey 3853, Located At The West Juneau Reservoir Site On Douglas Island, To ACS Wireless, Inc., For The Operation, Maintenance, And Leasing Of An Existing Communications Tower/Facility.

Exhibit

This ordinance would authorize the Manager to execute a lease to ACS Wireless, Inc. (ACS) for the purpose of maintaining, operating, and leasing an existing wireless communications tower/facility located at the West Juneau reservoir site on Douglas Island. The proposed terms and conditions of this lease are similar to those recently approved by the Assembly for the Atlas Tower lease, allowing for ACS to sublease while sharing the revenues from subleasing with the CBJ. The new lease document will update the rent and bring terms and conditions in line with current CBJ leasing practices.

At its February 6, 2012, meeting, the Assembly Lands Committee recommended adoption of the lease with changes. At issue was the desire by some members to initiate revenue sharing with ACS’s first sublease. Following the meeting, the Lands Division contacted the ACS representative to determine whether ACS would agree to the proposed change. After reviewing the matter internally, ACS notified staff that it would agree to this term.

The terms and conditions include those reviewed and approved by the Assembly Lands Committee, plus the subsequently negotiated modified rent schedule that resolves the problematic issue addressed by the committee.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

B. Ordinance 2012-08(b)
An Ordinance Creating Local Improvement District No. 93 To Construct A Sanitary Sewer System To Serve Four Parcels Located Within The 2600 Block Near Roger Street On Douglas Highway.

Exhibit A               Exhibit B

Four properties on Douglas Highway in West Juneau are not currently served by municipal sewer. When sewer was extended to the adjacent neighborhoods in the 1970s, this area was omitted. This ordinance creates Local Improvement District (LID) 93 for the purpose of providing municipal sewer serving the property owners within the LID 93 boundary. The proposed assessment per lot is $2,750.

An informal poll was conducted of the four property owners in this LID area. All four property owners responded in favor of forming an LID.

Notices were published in the newspaper and sent to residents in the LID area so they would be aware that this ordinance would be introduced on February 13, 2012, with the Public Hearing scheduled for March 5, 2012. The notices informed property owners that they would have this opportunity to make their views known to the Assembly.

At this hearing, the Assembly shall hear objections from any owner affected by the formation of the district and may make changes in the proposed boundaries or in the plans for the proposed improvements. The Assembly may not change the boundaries of the district to include property not previously included without first giving new notice to owners in the manner and form and within the time provided for the original notice

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

C. Ordinance 2012-09
An Ordinance Authorizing The Manager To Lease Approximately .22 Acres Of Municipal Property At Twin Lakes To The Alaska Department Of Fish And Game For The Purpose Of Using And Maintaining An Existing Structure For A Fish Pathology Laboratory.

In 1987, CBJ and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) entered into a
10-year lease with three, five-year renewal clauses, for a fish pathology lab at Twin Lakes. The lease was authorized by Ordinance 87-01am. The lease rate was determined to be one dollar per year for the first 10 years, with further consideration that ADF&G maintain sport fish stocks in Twin Lakes at their maximum supportable level and undertake stock level surveys, habitat protection measures, and other support activities as may be necessary to aid these purposes. This lease is set to expire May 19, 2012. As the fish pathology lab continues to be an important asset to the department, ADF&G has requested a lease renewal.

At the January 23, 2012 meeting, the Lands Committee recommended that the Assembly authorize the Manager to enter into a 10-year lease with ADF&G for this site, with the option for three, five-year renewal clauses, and maintain the existing compensation and consideration to the CBJ.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

D. Ordinance 2012-10
An Ordinance Providing For The Issuance And Sale Of General Obligation Refunding Bonds In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $19,000,000; And Providing The Form And Terms Of The Bonds And For Unlimited Tax Levies To Pay The Bonds.

This ordinance would authorize the issuance of not to exceed $19 million in general obligation bonds to refund CBJ’s 2003A and 2003B general obligation bonds. The bonds cannot be called until October 1, 2013, although we can move forward with defeasance, market permitting. The ordinance is being placed before the Assembly at this time to allow for maximum flexibility if market conditions start to move. It is the Finance Department’s intent to wait as long as possible in moving forward with the refunding to reduce or eliminate costs associated with defeasance. Even with the cost of defeasance, if we were to move forward now, the net savings is projected to be $1.46 million. The ordinance being presented requires a net savings from the refunding of 4% of total debt service.

The 2003A bonds were authorized by the voters on October 5, 1999 and issued to fund a portion of the TMHS and JDHS. A portion of these bonds was later redirected to school facility major maintenance. The 2003A bond qualifies for state reimbursement under the State’s School Construction Bond Debt Reimbursement Program (7.3% at 60% and 92.7% at 70%). The 2003B bonds were approved by the voters on October 1, 2002 for a variety of capital improvement projects. It is estimated that refunding these bonds (both 2003A and 2003B) will save a minimum of $1.097 million over their remaining five-year and ten-year lives, net of the State’s reimbursement.

The bond issuance requires Assembly authorization, but it does not require voter approval. The final issuance of the bonds will require an Assembly resolution for the bid acceptance. The final savings will be reported at the time the bid acceptance resolution is presented.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

E. Ordinance 2011-11(AB)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager $600,000 As Partial Funding For The Aurora Harbor Replacement Capital Improvement Project. Funding Provided From Harbors Enterprise Fund.

The ordinance would appropriate $600,000 as partial funding for a new capital project to replace the Aurora Harbor moorage facility. This funding will be provided by the Harbors Enterprise Fund.

This project is a top priority of the Docks and Harbors Board. The harbor is in poor condition and in need of replacement. Due to funding limitations, the project would be phased over time consistent with funding availability.

This appropriation would fund the permitting, design, construction documents, bidding, advertising, and project administration of the first phase of the Aurora Harbor Re-Build project. Currently there is $3,450,000 in fund balance of which $1,500,000 has been identified as match for an ADOT grant for construction of Phase I for the Aurora Harbor Re-Build project. If approved, the available fund balance would be $1,350,000.

The Docks and Harbors Board recommended this appropriation at its January 26, 2012 meeting.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its February 6, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

F. Ordinance 2011-11(AC)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $225,142.51 As Grant Funding For The State Homeland Security Program; Grant Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska Department Of Military And Veterans Affairs.

This ordinance would appropriate a $225,142.51 State Homeland Security Program grant. Grant funding is provided by the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

These funds would support the goals and activities of the City and Borough of Juneau through equipment purchases to enhance our ability to prepare for, prevent, and respond to, terrorist attacks and all-hazards events.

There is no match requirement for this grant.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

G. Ordinance 2011-11(AD)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $36,680 As Funding For The Construction Of Trailhead Information Kiosks; Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Natural Resources.

Site List                        Sample Drawings

This ordinance would appropriate a $36,680 grant from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources to construct information kiosks at 20 CBJ-managed trails.

These kiosks would provide maps and information on trail conditions, including accessibility for individuals with disabilities.

This grant requires a $10,211 match, which will be met using existing staff, volunteer labor, and in-kind donations of materials and equipment.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. Ordinance 2012-03(c)
An Ordinance Amending The Commercial Passenger Vehicle Code, And Providing For A Penalty.

This ordinance would make several changes to the Commercial Passenger Vehicle (CPV) Code as recommended by the Juneau Police Department. It would add a definition for “limousine services” to the code; allow the Administrator to reject an application for a CPV permit from any business that has unpaid CPV fines or fees; allow the Administrator to suspend the permit of any CPV driver charged with “criminally offensive sexual behavior” as defined in the Code; and reduce the penalty for operating without a certificate of public convenience and necessity from a misdemeanor to an infraction, with a fine of $300 per day for each vehicle so operating.

Version (b) made changes to the definitions relating to limousine service. Version (c) further revises the definitions of charter and limousine services, reflecting the recommendations made at the February 27, 2012, Committee of the Whole meeting.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

B. Regulations - Amending Commercial Passenger Vehicle Regulations.

Comments

The amendments include changes to shuttle operations, revisions to some of the fees currently being charged to CPV operators, and additional fees allowed to be charged by taxi operators.

Juneau Police Department posted notice of the proposed regulation amendments. Comments received are included in the packet.

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 Commercial Passenger Vehicle Administrator 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.

X. NEW BUSINESS

A. Regulations - Docks and Harbors - Boom Truck Usage Fees.

Comments

This regulation would set the Docks and Harbors Boom Truck Usage fee at $120 for the first hour and $60 for every 30 minutes thereafter. The procurement of the boom truck, funded through a US DOT TIGER grant, was the result of requests from the commercial fisheries industry. The industry suggested there was a general lack of boom truck service to support fishing gear loading in and around the Juneau Marine Fisheries Terminal and Auke Bay Commercial Loading Facility. At the direction of the Docks and Harbors Board, the boom truck will not operate outside the properties of Docks and Harbors. This is to avoid any perceived competition with private enterprise. Docks and Harbors posted notice of the proposed regulation; one email comment was received and is included in the packet.

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.

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



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