Borough Assembly Meeting

09-Apr-13 Borough Assembly Meeting

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Borough of Wrangell
Agenda –April 9, 2013
City and Borough of Wrangell
Borough Assembly Meeting
AGENDA
April 9, 2013 – 7:00 p.m. Location: Assembly Chambers, City Hall
1. CALL TO ORDER
a. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE led by Assembly Member Ernie Christian
b. INVOCATION
c. CEREMONIAL MATTERS – Community Presentations, Proclamations, Certificates of Service, Guest Introductions
i. Community Presentation by the Wrangell Friends of the Library,
Kay Jabusch
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 March 26, 2013
7. COMMUNICATIONS
*a Travel Summary for the period of January through March, 2013
*b Minutes of the Regular TBPA Commission meeting held January
30, 2013
8. BOROUGH MANAGER’S REPORT
9. BOROUGH CLERK’S FILE
10. MAYOR/ASSEMBLY REPORTS AND APPOINTMENTS
a. Reports by Assembly Members
b. Formation of a Special Committee to be Appointed by Mayor Jack –
Special Energy Committee
11. PERSONS TO BE HEARD
12. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
City and Borough of Wrangell
Agenda –April 9, 2013
a. PROPOSED ORDINANCE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE ASSEMBLY OF
THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF WRANGELL, ALASKA, AMENDING
WRANGELL MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 13.12, PARKS,
SPECIFICALLY SECTION 13.12.030 (A) and (B), CHANGING
OVERNIGHT CAMPING AND OVERNIGHT PARKING REGULATIONS
AND ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE DATE (second reading)
13. NEW BUSINESS
a. Approval of Thomas Bay Power Authority FY 2014 Non-Net Billable
Budget
14. ATTORNEY’S FILE
15. EXECUTIVE SESSION
16. ADJOURNMENT

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