Borough Assembly Meeting

22-Jan-13 Borough Assembly Meeting

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Borough Assembly Meeting
Agenda –January 22, 2013

AGENDA
January 22, 2013 – 7:00 p.m. Location: Assembly Chambers, City Hall
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE led by Assembly Member Jack
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
6. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
*a. Minutes of the Regular Assembly meeting held January 8, 2013
7. COMMUNICATIONS
*a Minutes of the Port Commission regular meeting held December 6, 2012
*b 2013 Alaska Gaming Permit Application for St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church
8. BOROUGH MANAGER’S REPORT
9. BOROUGH CLERK’S FILE
10. MAYOR/ASSEMBLY REPORTS AND APPOINTMENTS
a. Reports by Assembly Members
b. Appointment to fill the Vacancy on the Economic Development Committee for the unexpired term until October 2013
c. Appointment to fill the Vacancy on the Economic Development Committee for the unexpired term until October 2015
11. PERSONS TO BE HEARD
12. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
City and Borough of Wrangell
Agenda –January 22, 2013
a. PROPOSED ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CITY AND BROUGH OF WRANGELL, ALASKA, AMENDING TITLE 20 OF THE WRANGELL MUNICIPAL CODE RELATING TO ZONING AND THE OFFICIAL ZONING MAPS (second reading)
13. NEW BUSINESS
a. Approval of a Procurement Contract Award to McRae Theater Equipment, Inc. for the Digital Cinema Projection Equipment
b. Approval to Remove Harbor Receivable Accounts and Forward to Collection Agency
14. ATTORNEY’S FILE
15. EXECUTIVE SESSION
a. To Consider Possible Purchase of Certain Properties by the Borough
16. ADJOURNMENT

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