• AGENDA/MANAGER’S REPORT

  • THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKA

    Monday, March 16, 1998 - 7:00 PM

    Assembly Chambers - Municipal Building

    Meeting No. 98-09

    Submitted by:

    Donna B Pierce, Deputy City Manager


    I. FLAG SALUTE

  • II. INVOCATION

  • III. ROLL CALL

    IV. APPROVAL OF MINUTES

    1. 01/12/98 - Regular Mtg. No. 98-02

    2. 02/09/98 - Regular Mtg. No. 98-05

    3. 02/12/98 - Special Mtg. No. 98-06

    4. 03/09/98 - Special Mtg. No 98-08

    SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS:

    1. Resolution No. 1920

  • A Resolution Consenting to the Location of, and Approving, the Snettisham Hydroelectric Project. Presented by the Manager.

    This resolution seeks municipal consent to a project by the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to issue its bonds to finance the acquisition of the Snettisham hydroelectric power project, from the Alaska Power Administration.

  • AS 44.08.095(c) requires that before entering into a lease or other agreement regarding a project for which the authority agrees to issue bonds in an amount in excess of $6,000,000, the Authority must secure a resolution of any municipality in which the project is to be located, consenting to the location of the project.

  • AS 44.08.095(e) requires that before entering into an agreement to finance or to develop a proposed project financed under its Economic Development Fund for which bonds must be issued, the Authority shall obtain the approval of each municipality in the area in which the proposed project is to be located.

  • After acquisition by AIDEA, Snettisham would be operated and could, at any time after five years of the acquisition, be purchased by AEL&P. We have been working with AEL&P to ensure that the federal-to-state transfer and any subsequent state-to-AEL&P transfer would not significantly impact the current rate-setting system. These efforts were continuing as your packet was being prepared. I will brief the Assembly at the meeting.

  • As this resolution represents a significant public policy determination, I have no recommendation.

  • Administrative or Staff Report

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

    2. Resolution No. 1921

  • A Resolution Requesting the Alaska Public Utilities Commission Approve the Alaska Electric Light and Power Company's Application for Approval of the Agreement for Purchase of the Electric Capability of the Snettisham Hydroelectric Project Between the Alaska Electric Light and Power Company and the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority Submitted on December 23, 1997. Presented by the Manager.

    AEL&P has requested that the Assembly support its application for APUC approval of the proposed "Snettisham Power Sales Agreement" whereby AEL&P would acquire the right to market Snettisham power upon sale of the project by the federal government to the Alaska Industrial Development Authority.

  • This is an important transaction for Juneau and the Manager's office has been consulting with AEL&P and expert counsel regarding the long-term implications of the proposed agreement. This "due diligence" inquiry has been premised largely, but not entirely, on the assumption that CBJ would continue to enjoy its historically constructive relationship with the local power utility.

  • As this resolution represents a significant public policy determination, I have no recommendation.

  • Administrative or Staff Report

    Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

  • 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

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

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

    A. Ordinances for Introduction:

  • 1. Ordinance No. 98-05

    An Ordinance Authorizing the Manager to Convey by Negotiated Sale an Interest in Tract 3-A, Irwin Addition to the City of Juneau. Presented by the Lands Committee.

    This ordinance authorizes the Manager to convey property on Evergreen Avenue for the purpose of allowing an adjacent landowner to gain driveway access to the street.

  • As directed by the Assembly, the ordinance contains two alternative Sections 2. The first alternative authorizes the Manager to convey title, the second authorizes him to convey an easement. The technique of using alternative sections saves the trouble of introducing alternative legislation, such as an ordinance for the sale and a resolution for the easement. According to Mason's, §418(A)(2), the proper way for the body to consider alternative propositions is to vote on each of them in succession. This raises the odd possibility that both of them will pass, but the same possibility would exist with alternative legislation. When the ordinance is up for action, the Assembly should vote each Section 2 up or down.

  • This ordinance was forwarded to the full Assembly by the Lands Committee at its meeting of February 25. The draft now before the Assembly includes a change in the method of conveying title, as set forth in the first alternative of Section 2. The conveyance needs to limit use of the property pending completion of the single-family residences next door. The draft presented to the Lands Committee accomplished this with a land sale contract. The draft now before the Assembly uses a conditional deed: a form of conveyance similar to the one used for Capital School. The Lands Committee Chair expressed interest in this approach and although a conditional deed has some limitations, it also has some advantages. A deed condition cannot control use of the property in perpetuity, but it can be used for a defined period. In this case the deed will require that the property not be used for anything except access to single-family residences, and that the residence be constructed within ten years of issuance of the deed. If the purchaser does not comply with both of these conditions, the property will automatically revert to the CBJ. The automatic reversion clause has an advantage: it will spare the Manager the chore of establishing and administering a land sale contract with an Assemblymember, an arrangement that poses conflict of interest issues.

    The ordinance also includes a Committee recommendation that the Assembly adopt a staff recommendation that the purchaser be required to seek a change in zoning from D-18 to D-5 on the lots to be served by the driveway.

    Note: since the backup for this item is very costly to reproduce, we will provide all backup when it is scheduled for public hearing, including the minutes from the February 25, 1998 Lands Committee meeting; at this time, your packet includes a copy of the ordinance only.

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

  • 2. Ordinance No. 98-11

    An Ordinance Amending the Fine Schedule to Establish Fines for the Offense of Obstructing a Public Street, Alley, or Sidewalk. Presented by the Manager.

    This ordinance will establish a bail schedule for the offense of "obstructing a street or sidewalk". Currently, the only way to deal with the common summertime problem is to issue a citation which requires violators to appear in court. Allowing them to post and forfeit bail, as we do with minor traffic offenses, is a more reasonable approach.

  • The ordinance proposes a fine structure of $25 for the first offense, $50 for the second offense, and a mandatory court appearance for the third offense.

    This ordinance was recommended by the Tourism Advisory Committee.

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

  • 3. Ordinance No. 98-12

  • An Ordinance Amending the Sales Tax Code to Eliminate the Hotel-Motel Sales Tax Bracket Collection Schedule, to Broaden the Exemption for Nursing Services, to Establish an Exemption for Assisted Living Service Providers, and to Revise the Definition of "Alcoholic Beverage". Presented by the Manager.

    This ordinance provides for various housekeeping amendments to the sales tax code.

  • Section 2 amends the definition of "alcoholic beverage" to bring it into conformity with the state definition. This change will simplify bookkeeping for merchants.

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  • Section 3 more clearly defines the exemption for nursing. It adds wording to include certified nurse’s aids and changes the reference for nurses from licensed to registered.

  • Section 4 establishes an exemption for services in an assisted living home, also known as adult foster care. This exemption would apply only to assisted living services provided to individuals by a State licensed assisted living home in accordance with an assisted living plan. In many cases these services qualify for health care coverage (Medicaid and Medicare). There are two facilities currently conducting business in Juneau. One is the State run Alaska Pioneers home and the other a private facility. The private facility is currently not collecting or remitting sales tax, and the state is exempt. Extending the exemption to include this class of merchant would be consistent with other health related services the CBJ currently exempts from sales taxation. If the Assembly adopts this exemption, we will be requesting the consent of the Assembly to waive uncollected back taxes for this clearly definable class of seller.

    Section 5 eliminates the hotel/motel tax rate schedule as the code already adequately explains the rates, making the schedule redundant.

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

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  • 4. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AP)

    An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $24,200 to Upgrade the Local Area Network Room in the Flight Standards District Office at the Juneau Airport. Such Funds Provided by Payments from the Federal Aviation Administration. Presented by the Manager.

    This ordinance appropriates $24,200 in payments from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as a Modification of a previous contract to upgrade the local area network room in the FAA Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) at the Juneau Airport. The original appropriation was $30,000.

    During the design process it was realized that there is a need to use a ventilation unit other than the one originally anticipated. Engineers’ cost estimates for the selected equipment and its installation, additional design and inspection fees as well as other project costs exceed the initial appropriation of $30,000.

    Copies of the FAA Modification of Contract for the amounts of $16,000 and $8,200 are attached for review.

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

  • 5. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AQ)

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  • An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $150,000 For Site Improvements at the Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School. Such Funds Provided by Interest Income on the 1989 and 1991 General Obligation Bonds Which Provided Funding for the Original Project. Presented by the Manager.

    This ordinance appropriates $150,000 interest earned, on the 1989 and 1991 School Facility General Obligation Bonds, which provided funding for the construction of the Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School. This appropriation will provide for safety and recreational improvements on the Middle School site which were not accomplished under the original construction contract. The specific projects include construction of a cover over the existing concrete stairway between the parking area and the main entry, guardrails along the walking paths where steep drop-offs exist, and an outdoor basketball area.

     

  • The School Facilities staff has verified that these projects are consistent with the parameters of the Alaska Department of Education Debt Retirement Program and will therefore be eligible for reimbursement under the conditions of the program.

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

  • 6. Ordinance No.97-17 (AR)

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  • An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $54,500 For Construction of the New HVAC System at the Floyd Dryden Middle School. Such Funds Provided by Interest Income on the 1989 And 1991 General Obligation Bonds. Presented by the Manager.

    This ordinance appropriates $54,500 interest earned on the 1989 and 1991 School Facility General Obligation Bonds for construction of the Floyd Dryden HVAC System. This is an Alaska Department of Education approved project that will correct heating and ventilation problems that resulted from architectural reconfiguration of the school building over the years and to upgrade the HVAC System controls for energy efficiency. An additional $35,000 for asbestos abatement will be transferred to the project with a transfer request to be introduced at the Assembly meeting of April 6, 1998.

    These additional funds are needed based on a revised engineer’s estimate for the project.

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

  • B. Bid Award:

    1. Contract No. E97-475: Harris Harbor Restroom

  • Bids were opened on the subject project on March 9, 1998. The bid protest period expired at 4:30pm on March 10, 1998. Results of the bid opening are as follows:

  • RESPONSIVE	                        TOTAL BID
    Channel Construction, Inc.	        $61,500.00
    Coogan Construction Company     	$64,980.00
    Glacier State Contractors, Inc.	        $66,075.00
    Hulegaard Construction	                $67,000.00
    North Pacific Steel Erectors, Inc.	$67,434.00
    Arete Construction Corporation	        $68,400.00
    Trucano Construction, Inc.	        $69,770.00
    BCD Construction, Inc.	                $77,000.00
    Engineer’s Estimate	                $65,000.00
  • This project consists of site preparation and construction of a foundation system for the existing restroom building; placing the building on the foundation and providing access to the building; installing and connecting new sewer piping and water from the restroom to the CBJ system; repair of existing systems and miscellaneous related work.

    I recommend award of this project to Channel Construction, Inc. in the amount bid, for a total award of $61,500.00.

     

  • C. Transfer Requests:

  • 1. Transfer No. T-643: Transfers $33,000 from School Project/Land Acquisition (CIP F453) to New High School/Dimond Park (CIP S454-66)

    This Transfer Request moves $33,000 in School Facility General Obligation Bonds from the School Project/Land Acquisition project to the New High School/Dimond Park planning project.

    These funds will increase the total project to $108,000 and allow the planning consultants to bring the Juneau community through the complete planning process for high school program and facility options. The increase will 1) provide funds for conducting a third "Community Dialog Meeting" as well as additional planning meetings, and; 2) rented meeting facilities, printing and advertising of meetings, and the staff time necessary to make this a successful community process, which are all standard CIP charges.

    After the transfer is approved the funds available balances, budgets, and status for the projects will be as follows:

  • Transfer Status/	Unobligated     	Unobligated	Total Project
    Project Number/	        Funds Available  	Funds Available	Budget
    Project Name    	Prior to Transfer	After Transfer	After Transfer    Status

     

    Transferred from:
    S423/School
    Project/Land
    Acquisition	        $128,652        	$ 95,652	$2,110,171	  ongoing
    Transferred to:
    S454-66/
    New High School/
    Dimond Park     	   $ 693	        $ 33,693	$108,000	  on-going
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  • I recommend that this transfer be approved.

    2. Transfer No. T-644: Transfers $60,000 from Essential Building Repairs (CIP P396-06) to Juneau Fire Station Repairs (CIP F413-12)

    This request is to transfer $60,000 from the Essential Building Repairs project to the Juneau Fire Station Repairs project. The roof over the main apparatus bay leaks and will be replaced. Roof replacement is estimated at $100,000. This roof repair work was not included in the original contract because it was estimated that we would not have sufficient funding, but the low bid for the repairs project came in below the architect’s estimate. This transfer, plus the existing project budget surplus, will allow the roof reconstruction to be fully funded. The Engineering Department will proceed with the design and bidding of the roof reconstruction project.

    After the transfer is approved the funds available balances, budgets, and status for the projects will be as follows:

  • Transfer Status/	Unobligated     	Unobligated	 Total Project
    Project Number/	        Funds Available	        Funds Available	 Budget
    Project Name    	Prior to Transfer	After Transfer	 After Transfer   Status
    Transferred from:
    P396-06/ 
    Essential Building
    Repairs 	        $308,719         	$248,719	$ 479,693      	on-going
    Transferred to:
    F413-12/
    Juneau Fire Station
    Repairs 	        $267,557	        $327,557	$390,000	on-going
  • I recommend that this transfer request be approved.

     

  • E. Liquor License Two-Year Renewals:

    1. Douglas Cafe

    2. Fred Meyers

    3. Westmark Juneau

    The Fire, Community Development, Police and Finance Departments have reviewed the applications for transfer. The Assembly Human Resources Committee met on Tuesday, March 10, 1998, and adopted a motion to recommend the Assembly waive its right to protest the two-year renewals.

    I recommend the Assembly adopt the Human Resources Committee recommendation.


    VIII. ORDINANCES FOR PUBLIC HEARING:

    1. Ordinance No. 98-07

  • An Ordinance Amending the Health and Sanitation Code to Limit Recreational Mining or Camping in the Gold Creek Watershed, to Prohibit the Operation of Gasoline Engines on Salmon Creek Reservoir, and to Prohibit the Storage of Fuels, Lubricants, or Hazardous Substances in the Salmon Creek or Gold Creek Watersheds. Presented by the Manager.

  • Administrative or Staff Report

  • This ordinance formalizes important recommendations of our watershed protection program.

  • By Ordinance No. 92-37 the Assembly adopted the Watershed Control Program -- Salmon Creek Source in October of 1992. This program recommended an ordinance prohibiting operation of outboard motors on the Salmon Reservoir (except for official activities by AELP and CBJ) and prohibiting the storage of fuels, chemicals, and other hazardous substances in the watershed.

  • Ordinance No. 94-44 adopted the Watershed Control and Wellhead Protection Program--Gold Creek Source on January 9, 1995. The recommendations left to be adopted by ordinance include prohibiting the storage of fuels, lubricants, and hazardous substances in the watershed, prohibiting any recreational mining with anything other than a gold pan, and prohibiting camping in Last Chance Basin and camping more than two consecutive nights in the rest of the watershed.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

    2. Ordinance No. 98-08

  • An Ordinance Amending the Assessment Code to Reduce the Penalty Payable Upon Late Filing of a Business Personal Property Declaration. Presented by the Manager.

    Administrative or Staff Report

    This ordinance would amend the assessment code to conform to state law, which provides at AS 29.45.250(a), that the maximum penalty for unpaid personal property taxes and late filed personal property tax returns is 20 percent of the tax due. The current CBJ "base penalty" of a flat $25 plus $10 per day to a maximum of 20 percent of the amount due exceeds this limit for all delinquencies below $250. This issue was brought to our attention as a result of a complaint to the municipal ombudsman. This ordinance will remove the $25 base penalty.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

    3. Ordinance No. 98-09

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  • An Ordinance Amending the Land Use Code to Create a New Mixed Use Zoning District Entitled "MU2"; and to Make Corresponding Changes in Affected Sections of Title 49. Presented by the Manager.

    Administrative or Staff Report

    This ordinance, and it’s companion ordinance no. 98-10 establish a new zoning district, MU2 (mixed use 2), and then rezones the "Willoughby Avenue Corridor Area" as MU2 in conformance with the Comprehensive Plan.

    This district is intended to accommodate both residential and commercial development, with a greater emphasis on residential development as is the case for the present downtown mixed use zoning district.

  • The ordinance, in Exhibit A, amends the Table of Permissible Uses to list uses allowed in the proposed MU2 district. The ordinance also amends, in Exhibit B, the Table of Dimensional Standards. This table establishes minimum lot size, height, setback and other dimensional requirements. The maximum height of a building is proposed to be 35 feet with the option of using the height bonus procedure to increase the building height to 45 feet. Maximum density for the MU2 district is proposed to be 60 units per acre which is comparable to maximum density of the existing downtown MU district.

    The Planning Commission held a hearing on this ordinance at its meeting of February 24, 1998, and recommended the Assembly approve Ordinance No. 98-09. The staff report and public comments are included as backup to companion ordinance No. 98-10.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

  • 4. Ordinance No. 98-10

    An Ordinance Amending the Official Zoning Map of the City and Borough to Change the Zoning of an Area Known as the "Willoughby Corridor Area". Presented by the Manager.

    Administrative or Staff Report

    This ordinance rezones an area generally extending from Gold Creek to the Westmark Hotel and from Egan Drive to and including the Indian Village from D-18 (multi-family residential), GC (general commercial) and LC (light commercial) to MU2 (mixed use 2). The rezone brings this area into conformance with the Comprehensive Plan which designates the area as mixed use.

    The Planning Commission held a hearing on this ordinance February 24, 1998, and recommended the Assembly approve Ordinance No. 98-10.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

  • 5. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AM)

    An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $318,000 for School District General Operations. Such Funds, $252,600, Provided by Alaska Department of Education Foundation Funding, and $66,000, Provided by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Medicaid Pass Through. Presented by the Manager.

  • Administrative or Staff Report

    This ordinance will appropriate $318,600 in additional revenues for School District general operations. Funding will come from a $252,600 increase in State Foundation funding and $66,000 in State Medicaid pass through payments. The increase in State Foundation Funding is due to an actual increase of 4.24 instructional units over the original FY98 budget projections.

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  • The School District’s total FY98 operational budget after this transfer will be $42,089,600.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

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  • 6. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AN)

    An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $579,800 for the School District’s Retirement Incentive Program Payment to the State of Alaska. Such Funds Provided by the School District’s General Operating Fund Unreserved Fund Balance. Presented by the Manager.

    Administrative or Staff Report

    This ordinance will appropriate $579,800 in the Debt Service Fund to cover the payments due PERS and TRS for the School District’s RIP liability.

    The projected FY98 ending School District General Fund unrestricted fund balance after this ordinance is adopted will be zero; the projected FY98 ending School District Debt Service Fund unrestricted fund balance after this ordinance is adopted will be $771,800 (as corrected by Gary Bader, Juneau School District). This excess amount transferred to the Debt Service Fund will be held to help pay the cost of the remaining RIP liability.

    The School District total FY98 operational budget, after this ordinance is adopted, will be $42,669,400.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

  • 7. Ordinance No. 97-17 (AO)

    An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $12,000 for Directed Police Patrols to Target DWI, Speed and Passenger Restraint Violators. Such Funds Provided by the Alaska Department of Public Safety. Presented by the Manager.

    Administrative or Staff Report

    The Juneau Police Department has been awarded a $12,000 Alaska Department of Public Safety Grant to conduct a directed enforcement campaign against DWI, speed and passenger restraint violators and to establish a proactive, reward-based passenger restraint compliance program. The grant requires an in-kind match of $4,000 for the project.

    The main goals of this grant are to increase DWI arrests, reduce accident numbers through vigorous speed enforcement, and encourage voluntary usage through proactive, reward-based community program for child seat restraint use.

    The project will provide $10,000 for additional police overtime to conduct the campaign, and $6,000 to purchase two radar units for use in the project.

    I recommend that this ordinance be adopted.

  • Public Hearing

    Assembly Action

    IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

  • X. NEW BUSINESS:

  • XI. ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS:

  • A. Manager's Report - Action Items:

  • B. Manager’s Report - Information Items:

  • 1. Status report: Areawide Transportation Plan and Downtown Parking Assessment Program

  • A $67,318 grant offer by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) has been received as funding participation in the first year of the proposed two year study. Mr. Mike Rody has been assigned the project management tasks for the program and will continue to work in the Lands Division. A steering committee is being developed under the Public Works and Facilities committee which will likely be composed of an Assembly member, a Planning Commission member, a Juneau Energy Advisory Committee member, and two members from the general public who have background or expertise in transportation and parking issues. The steering committee should be formally established in March and will begin looking at transportation policy issues which will guide the program. The program staff committee is composed of the Project Manager, the Public Works Director, the Director of Community Development, the Engineering Director, the Capital Transit Manager, and Loren Rasmussen of DOT&PF. Staff is preparing an RFP for consultant services to do a parking needs assessment for downtown Juneau and will consider potential locations for new parking facilities. The RFP should be advertised in March and will probably have a contract completion date of mid summer 1998. A second RFP will be issued in March 1998 for consultant services to do research of existing records, transportation studies, and other surface transportation issues, and to prepare a Transportation Assessment Report for submittal to DOT&PF by September 1998.

  • C. Attorney's Report:

  • XII. MAYOR'S REPORT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

  • A. Revised Pending Items

  • B. Unappropriated General Fund Unreserved Fund Balance

    C. Assembly Contingency Fund Balance

    XIII. COMMITTEE REPORTS ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS

  • A. Committee Reports:

  • 1. Committee of the Whole

  • 2. Finance Committee

    3. Committee on Committees

  • a) Americans’ with Disabilities Act Committee

  • 4. Human Resources Committee

    5 . Lands and Resources Committee

  • 6. Public Works and Facilities Committee

    7. Assembly Strategic Policy Committee

  • B. Board Liaison Reports

  • XIV. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS

  • XV. CONTINUATION OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS. (Not to exceed 5 minutes per person or 20 minutes total, whichever is less).

  • XVI. ADJOURNMENT

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

    ADA Accommodations Available Upon Request: Please telephone the Clerk's Office 48 hours prior to any meeting so arrangements can be made to have a sign language interpreter present. The Clerk's Office telephone number is 586-5278, TDD 586-5351.


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