Submitted by: Rod Swope, City & Borough Manager
I. FLAG SALUTE
II. ROLL CALL
III. CONSENT AGENDA
A. Ordinances for Introduction
An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $61,059 as Partial Funding for the Juneau Downtown Historic District Designs Standards Evaluation, Phase II, Funding Provided by the Alaska Department of Natural Resources and Port Development Fees.
Economic Impact Statement
This ordinance appropriates a $39,197 grant from the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Office of History and Archaeology, and $21,862 in Port Development Fees from the Waterfront Planning capital improvement project.
The Juneau Downtown Historic District Design Standards Update is the last of a two-phase effort to evaluate the existing Downtown Historic District Design Standards Ordinance, adopted in 1984, and to revise and update these standards as appropriate. The proposed project would provide an opportunity for a leading historic preservation and design consultant to recommend changes to the standards, based on an evaluation completed during Phase I last year.
The work of the project will be performed through the combined efforts of the contracted consultant and the Project Manager. Total project costs are estimated to be $65,329. Port Development Fees currently appropriated to the Waterfront Planning capital improvement project, as well as wages from the Community Development operating budget will provide the 40% match requirement. Total project costs include a 10% State administrative surcharge.
I recommend this ordinance be introduced and set for public hearing at the next regular Assembly meeting.
IV. PUBLIC HEARING
A. Ordinance 2006-11(AU)
An Ordinance Appropriating To The Manager The Sum Of $22,340 As Funding For The Teen Health Center Needs Analysis And Program Development, Funding Provided By The Reuben E. Crossett Endowed Alaskan Fund.
Economic Impact Statement
The Teen Health Center staff applied for and received a grant to analyze how Teen Health services will be provided at both the Juneau Douglas High School and Thunder Mountain High School. The Teen Health Center is a coalition of Juneau community organizations, who through a collaborative process provide school based health services for the students of Juneau Douglas High School. The Teen Health Center Advisory Board has identified the opening of the new high school as an opportunity to undertake a comprehensive review of the current structure, services and needs of the students. The first meeting will be May 23rd with work to be completed by the end of the 2007-2008 school year.
I recommend this ordinance be adopted.
V. STAFF REPORTS
VI. ASSEMBLY COMMENTS AND QUESTIONS
VII. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS
VIII. EXECUTIVE SESSION
Note: Agenda packets are available for review at the Juneau Municipal Libraries and online at www.juneau.org.
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