Borough Assembly Meeting

9-25-12 Borough Assembly Meeting

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Agenda – September 25, 2012
City and Borough of Wrangell
Borough Assembly Meeting

AGENDA
September 25, 2012 – 7:00 p.m. Location: Assembly Chambers, City Hall

1. CALL TO ORDER
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE led by Assembly Member Pamella McCloskey
b. INVOCATION
c. COMMUNITY PRESENTATION
2. ROLL CALL
3. AMENDMENTS TO THE AGENDA
4. CONFLICT OF INTEREST
5. CONSENT AGENDA:
a. Items (*) 6a, 7a, 7b, 13d
6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
*a. Minutes of Regular Assembly meeting held September 11, 2012
7. COMMUNICATIONS
*a Minutes of Regular Port Commission meeting held May 3, 2012; Minutes of  Special Port Commission meeting held August 7, 2012
*b Minutes of Regular TBPA Commission meeting held June 8, 2012
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. Request to hold Special Assembly Meeting on Monday, October 8, 2012 at 5:30 p.m.
to Certify Election Results from Regular Election to be held on October 2, 2012
b. Request for funding for the Lynch Street paving project
c. Discussion and Possible Action to schedule a Workshop Session to review the
“Operations and Maintenance Organizational Review” report produced by D Hittle
and Associates and commissioned by SEAPA
*d Final Plat Approval for Woody Wilson Subdivision
14. ATTORNEY’S FILE
15. EXECUTIVE SESSION
16. ADJOURNMENT

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