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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, August 27, 2012, 7 p.m.
Assembly Chambers – Municipal Building
Regular Meeting No. 2012-24


I. FLAG SALUTE

II. ROLL CALL

III. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS

IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

A. August 13, 2012 – Regular Assembly Meeting 2012-22
B. August 22, 2012 – Special Assembly Meeting 2012-23

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 2012-36
An Ordinance Amending The Land Use Code To Remove The Geographical Restrictions On Reconstruction Of A Dwelling That Has Been Damaged.

Currently, the Land Use Code provides that lawfully non-conforming residential structures within residential zoning districts in the original historic town sites of Juneau and Douglas may be reconstructed if they are destroyed by fire or other means. However, the exception does not apply to residential structures in other areas of the Borough. If a residence does not conform to the present code, and it is severely damaged, it may be rebuilt in the same footprint only if within the former City of Juneau or the City of Douglas.

The proposed ordinance would eliminate the geographic inequity that exists within the current Land Use Code and extend the exception, allowing a damaged residence to be rebuilt, throughout the Borough. The Planning Commission will review this ordinance at its August 28, 2012 meeting.

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

b. Ordinance 2012-37
An Ordinance Amending The Traffic Code Relating To Parking.

This ordinance would define the term “registration” as it pertains to on-street parking management and obtaining a parking privilege. The term “parking privilege” is also defined. The purpose of the ordinance is to reduce potential confusion regarding what is or is not a valid registration of a vehicle within a parking management area. These changes were requested by the Juneau Police Department’s Community Service Officers, who issue parking citations and have found that magistrates hearing contested citations do not interpret the term “registration” in the existing language of CBJ 72.14 as city staff intended.

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

c. Ordinance 2012-38
An Ordinance Amending The Health And Sanitation Code, Bear Attraction Nuisance Section.

This ordinance is a housekeeping measure that adds to the existing code a requirement to label garbage cans with the can renter’s address. The new garbage cans being rolled out by Arrow are mostly rented cans and not owned by the properties served.

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

d. Ordinance 2012-20(O)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $110,000 As Funding For The Emergency Management Performance Grant, Grant Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska, Department Of Military And Veterans Affairs.

This ordinance would appropriate $110,000 in grant funds for the 2012 Emergency Management Performance Grant from the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

This appropriation would fund the goals and activities of the Emergency Management Performance Grant (EMPG), which supports employee payroll for three CBJ staff members while they are performing planning, training, and exercises of Emergency Management functions. EMPG performance includes, but is not limited to, the following tasks:

• Preparing the CBJ’s Local Capability Assessment (LCA) Document for the State.
• Required Attendance at the State’s Training and Exercise Planning Workshop.
• Maintaining NIMSCAST National Standards Compliance.
• Accomplishing Projects Identified Under the Jurisdiction’s 2012 EMPG Work Plan.
• Completing the FEMA Independent Study Professional Development Series.

There is a dollar-for-dollar in-kind match requirement for this grant that is met through Emergency Management staff personnel services.

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

e. Ordinance 2012-20(Q)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $21,665 As Funding For The Purchase Of Police Equipment, Grant Funding Provided By The U.S. Department Of Justice.

This ordinance would appropriate $21,665 in grant funds for the purchase of police equipment. Grant funding is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Justice Assistance Grant/Edward Byrne Formula Grant for Law Enforcement. At the June 4, 2012 Assembly meeting, Resolution 2616 was adopted authorizing the grant application.

The Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program allows states and local governments to support a broad range of activities to prevent and control crime and to improve the criminal justice system.

The Juneau Police Department will purchase police equipment with this grant. The equipment includes firearms for the SWAT team, rain jackets for patrol officers, and upgrades for the bomb robot.

There are no match requirements for this grant.

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

f. Ordinance 2012-20(R)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $372,700 As Funding For A Negotiated Wage Increase And An Additional Longevity Step Added To The Wage Scale For MEBA And Non-Represented Employees, Funding Provided By The General Fund, Roaded Service Area Fund, Fire Service Area, Lands And Resources Fund, Downtown Parking Fund, Visitor Services Fund, Airport Fund, Harbors Fund, Dock Fund, Waste Management Fund, Water Fund, Wastewater Fund, Fleet Services Fund, Risk Management Fund And Special Assessment Funds Fund Balances.

This ordinance would appropriate $372,700 for a negotiated wage increase and an additional longevity step (Step N), including benefits, for Marine Engineers Beneficial Association, AFL-CIO, (MEBA) and non-represented employees. Funding is provided by the fund balances of the appropriate funds.

Resolutions 2617 and 2622 were reviewed and adopted by the Assembly on August 13, 2012. Resolution 2617 ratified the labor agreement between the CBJ and MEBA. Resolution 2622 adopted changes to the Personnel Rules to align them with the labor agreement ratified in Resolution 2617.

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

2. Resolutions

a. Resolution 2623
A Resolution Authorizing The Manager To Apply For, And Enter Into, Loan Agreements With The Alaska Department Of Environmental Conservation, Alaska Clean Water Fund State Revolving Loan Fund, For The Lawson Creek Lift Station Replacement Project Phase I And Phase II.

This resolution would authorize the City Manager to enter into loan agreements with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Clean Water Fund, to provide funding as follows:

• Lawson Creek Lift Station Replacement Project – Phase I, for up to $450,000; and

• Lawson Creek Lift Station Replacement Project – Phase II, for up to $675, 000.

The existing Lawson Creek sewage lift station was constructed in the early 1970s and is nearing the end of its useful life. The facility is located in the saltwater environment of Gastineau Channel and has experienced significant corrosion damage. Phase I will include the design and initial construction of the improvements, and Phase II will include replacement of the existing undersized wet well, corroded steel utility vault, electrical system, site improvements, replacement of a segment of pressure main, and related work.

The rehabilitated facility will utilize submersible chopper pumps to reduce the need for confined space entries, and to reduce clogging maintenance associated with the addition of synthetic wipes (baby wipes, swiffer floor cleaners, etc.) into the local wastewater stream.

The terms of the low-interest loans, under the Alaskan Revolving Loan Fund Program, are 20-year repayment at 1.5% interest. The project loans will be repaid with Wastewater Utility customer revenues for each respective project.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its August 20, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

b. Resolution 2626
A Resolution Authorizing The Manager To Submit An Application For A Grant From The Alaska Energy Authority For Partial Funding Of The Design And Construction Of A Ground Source Heat Pump System At The Dimond Park Library.

This resolution would authorize the Manager to submit a grant application to the Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) to provide partial funding for a ground source heat pump system at the Dimond Park Library. Grant funding for the heat pump system would count toward the local match required by the Department of Community and Economic Development Library Construction Matching Grant already secured for construction of the library. CBJ will not incur obligations under the AEA grant unless funding for the library is approved by voters under the special 1% sales tax ballot question in the October election. Engineering has estimated the total project cost at $1.35 million, which is in line with the estimate prepared by HMS for the Library Construction Matching Grant application. Of this amount, $1.08 million would be paid by the AEA grant, and this amount is included in the total project cost estimate. Grant applications for the AEA grant are due by September 24, 2012 and grant funding will be determined by the 2013 Legislature.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its August 20, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

c. Resolution 2627
A Resolution Expressing Assembly Support For The Department Of Parks and Recreation's Request For Technical Assistance From The National Park Service, Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program.

The CBJ has recently applied for a technical assistance grant for the development of the proposed Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) Park at 35 Mile Glacier Highway from the National Park Service - Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program (RTCA). The RTCA works closely with the National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Coalition (NOHVCC). If CBJ is selected, both groups will bring their expertise to Juneau to help facilitate the public involvement for the OHV Park development and planning process at no cost to the CBJ.

The National Park Service is in the process of evaluating the CBJ Grant request. The ranking of projects can be increased by resolutions of support from the local governing bodies.

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its August 20, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

3. Transfers

a. T-936, Transferring $99,852 From Two Capital Improvement Projects – JDTP Clarifier and Building Rehabilitation and Sunny Point Overpass Sewer - to Create a New CIP, JDWWTP Monofill and Ash Pond Closure.

This would transfer $99,852 from the closure of two ongoing Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs) to create a new CIP providing funding for the closure of the monofill and ash pond sites at the Juneau Douglas Waste Water Treatment Plant (JDWWTP).

The transferred funds would provide needed funding for the cleanup and closure of the old sludge monofill and the ash pond at the Juneau Douglas Wastewater Treatment Plant. The transfers are tabulated below:

From: CIP

U76-085 JDTP Clarifier and Bldg Rehab $72,331
U76-089 Sunny Pt overpass Sewer $27,521

To: CIP
NEW JDWWTP Monofill and Ash Pond Closure $99,852

The Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended this action at its August 20, 2012 meeting.

I recommend this transfer be approved.

4. Liquor License

1. Liquor License Transfer of Ownership, Location, DBA Name Change
Package Store License #828
Transfer From: Papadrew’s, Inc. d/b/a Papadrews
Location: 11957 Glacier Highway
Transfer To: Jack D. Tripp (no d/b/a, no premises)

The above-listed liquor license transfer is before the Assembly to either protest or waive its right to protest. The Finance, Police, Fire, and Community Development Departments have reviewed the above business and found it to be in compliance with CBJ Code.

In the event the Assembly does protest the above-mentioned liquor license, 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 transfer.

VIII. PUBLIC HEARING

A. Ordinance 2012-28
An Ordinance Providing For The Issuance And Sale Of A Port Revenue Bond In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of Not To Exceed $29,000,000; Providing For The Form And Terms Of The Bond; Providing A Method Of Payment Therefor; And Reserving The Right To Issue Revenue Bonds On A Parity With The Bond Upon Compliance With Certain Conditions.

This ordinance would authorize the issuance and sale of up to $29 million in Port Revenue bonds. The bond funding is a portion of total revenues needed to complete the cruise ship berth enhancement project and related uplands improvements.

The bonds would be issued for a 19-year term. The terms of the bond require CBJ to pledge the local Port Development Fee (PDF) revenue to fund the debt service. Debt service would be paid from FY14 to FY33 revenues. The estimated total cost of the debt service, based on an average interest rate of 4.37%, is $42.37 million.

The Port Revenue Bonds will be classified as “private activity bonds” (PAB) under the federal Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 (TEFRA). This is determined based on the primary user of the port facility being private cruise line corporations. PABs require a public hearing to permit the public to comment on the proposed bond issue. This hearing was held on August 24, 2012.

An update of the project costs and revenues was presented to the Finance Committee at its August 1, 2012 meeting. Total project cost is estimated at $88.1 million. The total grant, PDF, and State Marine Passenger Fee revenues allocated to the project are $59.1 million (plus bond funds). To date, including the FY13 budget, $42.6 million has been appropriated to the project.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

B. Ordinance 2012-31(b)
An Ordinance Amending The Land Use Code Relating To Restrictions On Rezonings.

This ordinance would amend the Land Use Code to require that rezonings must be in substantial conformance with the land use maps of the Comprehensive Plan, but that rezonings need not exactly match the designations or the boundaries. The purpose of this ordinance is to improve the ability of Community Development, the Planning Commission, and the Assembly to consider the Comprehensive Plan land use maps in rezoning requests without requiring strict application of those maps to the zoning map set.

The Planning Commission reviewed a draft version of this ordinance at its June 12, 2012 meeting. The Lands Committee also reviewed the draft ordinance at its July 23, 2012 meeting. Both entities were supportive of the change to the code section.

Version b replaces the phrase “substantial conformance with the intent of the land use maps” with “substantial conformance with the land use maps” to narrow the scope of flexibility while retaining some degree of interpretative ability.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

C. Ordinance 2012-34
An Ordinance Amending The Building Regulations Code Relating To The Board Of Appeals.


This ordinance would help provide a greater applicant pool for the Building Code Board of Appeals, while still requiring specialized knowledge or expertise as to building code issues. It would delete the requirement that Board members be in specified professions (attorney, engineer, etc.), and make those into desirable characteristics for applicants. Additionally, it would remove the requirement that the Board appoint a secretary, as that role has been assumed by the Clerk’s office, and it would remove the citation to the CBJ Appellate Code, as much of 01.50 is not directly applicable to appeals before boards and the citation was causing confusion amongst appellants. Like other board appeal processes contained in the code, the ordinance would require the Building Code Board of Appeals to adopt Rules of Procedure applicable to appeals before it.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

D. Ordinance 2012-35
An Ordinance Amending Ordinance Serial No. 2012-10 Regarding the Second Series of Bonds Authorized Thereunder.

This ordinance would amend Section 3 of Ordinance 2012-10, adopted March 5, 2012. The original ordinance authorized the issuance of $19 million in refunding bonds to call two prior bond issues: 1) $9.1 million of 2003A school bonds and 2) $9.3 million of 2003B General Obligation (GO) Bonds. It was subsequently determined by bond counsel that this refunding should be accomplished in two separate bond issues. The first refunding for the 2003A bonds was completed in May 2012. The second refunding for the 2003B bonds would be scheduled early October 2012.

The original Maturity Schedule (required by the CBJ Charter) in ordinance 2012-10 requires that the 2003B refunding bonds have principal maturities in 2012 and 2013. Given the delay in issuing the bonds, there will be no principal maturity in those years. Ordinance 2012-35 includes a revised bond maturity schedule, detailing principal payments from 2014 to 2023. The original ordinance (Section 2 – Savings Target) required a minimum savings to be realized from issuing refunded bonds of $370,000. The current estimated savings is $874,000.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

E. Ordinance 2011-11(AQ)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $4,057,161 To Fund The City And Borough Of Juneau’s Fiscal Year 2012 Public Employee Retirement System Contribution, Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Administration.

This is a housekeeping ordinance that would appropriately reflect, for accounting purposes, the State’s 11.49% Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) contribution for FY12. This ordinance would increase the personnel benefits citywide by $4,057,161 to reflect the costs paid directly by the State into PERS on behalf of the CBJ. The Alaska Department of Administration’s general fund will be funding the appropriated amount set by HB 108, passed during the 2011 legislative session. Adoption of this ordinance will not impact the CBJ’s net budget.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

F. Ordinance 2012-20(I)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $4,408 As Partial Funding For Two City Employees To Attend An Historic Preservation Conference, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Natural Resources.

This ordinance would appropriate $4,408 as partial funding to send two CBJ employees to an historic preservation conference in October 2012. Grant funding is provided by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources. This travel and training grant is a 60/40 match. The State of Alaska would reimburse CBJ for conference registration fees, per diem, airfare, lodging, and transportation costs. CBJ would provide the 40% match through staff time. The estimated total cost of the project is $7,347.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

G. Ordinance 2012-20(J)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $6,720 As Funding For Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Transportation And Public Facilities
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This ordinance would appropriate a $6,720 grant from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to provide commercial motor vehicle inspections.

These inspections are intended to determine the appropriateness of driver credentials, as well as the roadworthiness of commercial vehicles, with the ultimate goal of improving commercial vehicle safety in Juneau.

There is no match requirement for this grant.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

H. Ordinance 2012-20(K)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $7,550 As Partial Funding For Historic Preservation Planning, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department Of Natural Resources.

This ordinance would appropriate $7,550 in Federal pass-through funds for historic preservation planning. Funding would be provided by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.

These funds would be used for the development of a five-year strategic and operational plan for the adaptive re-use of the Juneau Memorial Building as a working museum. This plan would address the need for improving and increasing space for collections, exhibits, archives, curatorial work, and visitor access within the parameters of the building’s interior and exterior envelope. Strategic goals would work on connecting collections, exhibits, and public outreach to historic preservation.

The total project cost is $12,583.33 and requires a 40% CBJ match, which would be provided through staff time.

The Historic Resources Advisory Committee (HRAC) listed Finishing the City Museum’s Long Range Plan as a number one goal for 2012 at its November 2, 2011 goal-setting meeting. The HRAC recommended submission of this grant at its November 30, 2011 meeting.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

I. Ordinance 2012-20(L)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $1,150,000 To Purchase The Leasehold Interest In The Juneau Medical Center Building, Funding Provided By The Bartlett Regional Hospital Enterprise Fund Balance.

This ordinance would appropriate $1.15 million to purchase the leasehold interest for the Juneau Medical Center (JMC) building.

In 1977, the CBJ entered into a 55-year ground lease with Juneau Medical Center Partnership to facilitate the development of a privately-owned outpatient building on the hospital campus. In April 2012, the Bartlett Regional Hospital (BRH) Board recommended that the Assembly purchase the leasehold for the JMC building for $1.15 million. This purchase would provide BRH with space needed for outpatient care; maintain positive cash flow as a medical office building; return control of a valuable piece of the campus to the hospital; provide the opportunity for future facility improvements with redevelopment of the JMC site; and is a unique opportunity for acquisition that may not arise again for many years.

Funding would be provided by the BRH Fund balance, which, before this appropriation, was projected to be $16 million at the end of FY13.

At its July 23, 2012 meeting, the Assembly Lands Committee recommended this action.

I have no recommendation on this ordinance.

J. Ordinance 2012-20(M)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $47,808 As Funding For A Mobility Manager, Grant Funding Provided By The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

This ordinance would re-appropriate $47,808 in unexpended FY12 funds from the Mobility Management grant. The original FY12 appropriation was $50,000 and the Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended appropriation of the original grant at its September 19, 2011 meeting.

The State has amended the grant to allow for an extension through June 30, 2013.

The Mobility Manager grant provides funds to coordinate resources and increase support of Coordinated Human Services Transportation providers.

A local match of $8,220 is required, of which $360 was expended in FY12. The match will be provided in-kind by CBJ staff time dedicated to Mobility Management activities.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

K. Ordinance 2012-20(N)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $14,343 As Funding For The Local Emergency Planning Committee, Grant Funding Provided By The State Of Alaska, Department Of Military And Veterans Affairs.

This ordinance would appropriate a $14,343 grant from the Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for the Juneau Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).

These funds would be used to support the goals and activities of the City and Borough of Juneau LEPC:

• Public Education and Outreach
• Training Program Development
• Marketing of LEPC Events
• Printing/Copying of LEPC Materials
• Personnel Services to Help Manage the LEPC

There is no match requirement for this grant.

I recommend this ordinance be adopted.

IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. Resolution 2621
A Resolution Adopting The All-Hazards Mitigation Plan 2012 For The City And Borough.

Change Document

Emergency Programs recently updated the City and Borough of Juneau All Hazards Mitigation Plan to comply with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to reimburse CBJ for the Swiss Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research’s Juneau Avalanche Mitigation Study. This study was presented to the Committee of the Whole at its February 27, 2012 meeting. A public hearing on the All Hazards Mitigation Plan was held March 19, 2012.

This plan was last revised in 2009, and updates are required every five years to maintain eligibility for the Homeland Security grant. This special update was done to comply with the requirements of the grant. The next plan update will be in 2017.

During the 2009 revision, the Assembly requested that a second Douglas Island Crossing for a possible future mitigation item to create redundancy in cross channel traffic flow be listed. That was incorporated into this revision. The Avalanche Section was revised, and the flooding section has been revised to include the Mendenhall Glacier Outburst Flood event.

I recommend this resolution be adopted.

X. NEW BUSINESS

A. Lands Division – Approval of Property Acquisition – Archipelago Properties, LLC, for a Seawalk Connection.

The Lands Division has been working with Archipelago Properties, LLC, to acquire a portion of the 1.69- acre Archipelago property for an enhanced seawalk connection between S. Franklin Street and the cruise ship dock. The property is located at 356 S. Franklin Street and is commonly referred to as the vacant lot immediately south of the Marine Park Parking Garage.

The terms of the acquisition include the purchase of approximately 11,000 square feet. The purchase price for upland property is $300 per square foot; $52 per square foot for intertidal/submerged property; and $0 for an existing public access easement, that will be extinguished. The final square footage of the purchase area will be determined by a land survey, which will subdivide the property and create the purchase area. The total purchase price is estimated to be $845,000. The final purchase price may vary from this amount, and will be determined by the square footage calculations generated by the land survey. The land survey cost is not anticipated to exceed $5,000. Funding for the acquisition will come from the Marine Passenger Open Space Waterfront Land Acquisition CIP, which was originally funded from marine passenger fees. On August 13, 2012, the Assembly, in Executive Session, authorized staff to pursue these terms. As the CIP funding has already been authorized by ordinance, the Manager is seeking an Assembly motion in support of the terms of the acquisition.

B. Lands Division – Approval of Property Acquisition – from Barramundi, LLC, Jan VanDort, and William Heumann for Seawalk Development.

The Lands Division has been working on an acquisition with the owners of the “Spit” property for future Seawalk development. The intertidal property is located in Gastineau Channel, southwest of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game building. The purchase of the property will create an assemblage of CBJ tideland ownership between Gold Creek and the Juneau-Douglas Bridge, to facilitate development of a future Seawalk connection to Downtown Juneau and the cruise ship docks.

 

The terms of the acquisition include the purchase of the 27,784-square-foot property, along with a 20-foot access easement behind the Fish and Game building, which is set to expire after 10 years if residential development does not occur on the “Spit” property. The purchase price is $400,000. Funding for the acquisition will come from the Seawalk CIP, which was originally funded from Marine Passenger fees. On August 13, 2012, the Assembly, in Executive Session, authorized staff to pursue these terms. As the CIP funding has already been authorized by ordinance, the Manager is seeking an Assembly motion in support of the terms of the acquisition.

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.

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