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Wrangell’s Borough Assembly Meeting Preview

City Hall - Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK

City Hall – Photo by Shady Grove Oliver/KSTK

The Wrangell Borough Assembly will hold a regular meeting on Tuesday, January 14th at 7:00 pm in Borough Assembly Chambers at Wrangell City Hall.

On the agenda, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers gives public notice of an application for a permit from BW Enterprises for a marine transfer facility for materials. The Assembly will also review the minutes of the Thomas Bay Power Authority Commission regular teleconference meeting on July 25, 2013 and on September 23, 2013.

In New Business, the Assembly will consider and discuss an ordinance of the Assembly amending section 6.04.100 of chapter 6.04 of the Wrangell Municipal Code which stipulates legal hours for the sales of alcoholic beverages. Also under New Business, the Assembly will consider a resolution of the Assembly expressing support for Governor Parnell’s proposal to appropriate $3 billion from the Constitutional Budget Reserve into the Alaska Retirement Trust Fund in 2015.

You can listen to the live broadcast of the Wrangell Borough Assembly meeting on KSTK fm 101.7, or stream online at KSTK.org on Tuesday night, January 14th at 7:00 pm.


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