Borough Assembly Meeting

9-11-12 Borough Assembly Meeting

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City and Borough of Wrangell -Borough Assembly Meeting
AGENDA
September 11, 2012 – 7:00 p.m. Location: Assembly Chambers, City Hall
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE led by Assembly Member Don McConachie
b. INVOCATION
c. COMMUNITY PRESENTATION
2. ROLL CALL
3. AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA
4. CONFLICT OF INTEREST
5. CONSENT AGENDA:
a. Items (*) 6a and 7a
6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
*a. Minutes of Public Hearing held August 28, 2012; Minutes of Special Assembly meeting held August 28, 2012; Minutes of Regular Assembly meeting held August 28, 2012
7. COMMUNICATIONS
*a Travel Summary for the months of July and August
8. BOROUGH MANAGER’S REPORT
9. BOROUGH CLERK’S FILE
10. MAYOR/ASSEMBLY REPORTS AND APPOINTMENTS
a. Reports by Assembly Members
11. PERSONS TO BE HEARD
12. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
None
13. NEW BUSINESS
a. A RESOLUTION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF WRANGELL, ALASKA, AUTHORIZING THE CONVEYANCE OF FORECLOSED
PUBLIC LAND, PART OF LOT 4 (LOT 4A), BLOCK 17, BY QUITCLAIM DEED TO
GARY AND SCARLET POOVEY, AND KEVIN AND ABIGAIL BYLOW
b. A RESOLUTION OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF
WRANGELL, ALASKA, DESIGNATING CANVASS BOARD DUTIES TO
THREE ASSEMBLY MEMBERS FOR CANVASSING THE RESULTS OF THE
REGULAR ELECTION TO BE HELD OCTOBER 2, 2012
c. Discussion and possible action relating to a Letter of Support to Governor
Sean Parnell supporting the Alaska Regional Development Organization
Program
14. ATTORNEY’S FILE
15. EXECUTIVE SESSION
a. Discussion of Wrangell v. Rea, et.al. 1WR-12-55
16. ADJOURNMENT

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