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Municipality of Anchorage

Municipality of Anchorage

Dick Traini Chair Christopher Constant Eric Croft Amy Demboski Fred Dyson Suzanne LaFrance Ethan Berkowitz Mayor Forrest Dunbar ViceChair Pete Petersen Felix Rivera Tim Steele John Weddleton

Barbara A. Jones, Municipal Clerk

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Lisa F. Schleusner, Deputy Municipal Clerk

Assembly Agenda Loussac Library

Tagged Passions:library

3600 Denali, Room 108

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5:00 p.m. Business Meeting

6:00 p.m. Appearance Requests
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Live Streaming and Archived meetings/Podcasts at http://www.muni.org/watchnow

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Live on Channel 9; Rebroadcast Wednesday/Friday at 5:00 p.m.

1.
CALL TO ORDER

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2.
ROLL CALL

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3.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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4.
MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

4.A.

Minutes of the Special Assembly Meeting of November 3, 2017.

4.B.

Minutes of the Regular Assembly Meeting of November 7, 2017.

4.C.

Minutes of the Regular Assembly Meeting of November 21, 2017.

5.
MAYOR'S REPORT

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6.
ASSEMBLY CHAIR'S REPORT

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7.
COMMITTEE REPORTS

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8.
ADDENDUM TO AGENDA

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9.
CONSENT AGENDA

9.A.

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

9.A.1.

Tagged Passions:recognition

Resolution No. AR 2018-28, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and celebrating February 2018 as Black History Month, Assembly Chair Traini, Assembly Vice-Chair Dunbar, Assembly Members Constant, Croft, Demboski, Dyson, LaFrance, Petersen, Rivera, Steele, Weddleton and Mayor Berkowitz.

9.B.

Tagged Passions:recognition and history

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - OTHER

9.B.1.

Resolution No. AR 2018-29, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 4,398 as a contribution from the 2018 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) to the State Direct Federal Pass Through Grants Fund (231) Anchorage Police Department, for Police Department Patrol of the Seward Highway between Anchorage and Indian.

9.B.1.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 68-2018. 9.B.2.

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, and grant

Resolution No. AR 2018-30, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 8,960 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation; and appropriating 197 as a contribution from the 2017 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) to the State Direct Federal Pass Through Grants Fund (231) Anchorage Police Department, for Impaired Driving Enforcement.

9.B.2.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 69-2018. 9.B.3.

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, grant, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-31, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 12,880 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation; and appropriating 283 as a contribution from the 2017 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) to the State Direct Federal Pass Through Grants Fund (231) Anchorage Police Department, for Impaired Driving Enforcement.

9.B.3.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 70-2018. 9.B.4.

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, grant, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-32, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 28,112 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation; and appropriating 618 as a contribution from the 2017 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) to the State Direct Federal Pass Through Grants Fund (231) Anchorage Police Department, for Impaired Driving Enforcement.

9.B.4.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 71-2018. 9.B.5.

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, grant, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-33, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 3,000 from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and 66 as a contribution from the 2018 General Government Operating Budget, Department of Health and Human Services Areawide General Fund (101000) to the Federal Grants Fund (241) for the Food Safety and Sanitation Program in the Department of Health and Human Services for updating, printing and distribution of food safety educational materials to food facilities in Anchorage.

9.B.5.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 72-2018. 9.B.6.

Tagged Passions:budget, services, health, grant, materials, program, drugs, and solid waste

Resolution No. AR 2018-34, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 3,000 from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and 66 as a contribution from the 2018 General Government Operating Budget, Department of Health and Human Services Areawide General Fund (101000) to the Federal Grants Fund (241) for the Food Safety and Sanitation Program in the Department of Health and Human Services for staff to attend the FDA Pacific Regional Food Seminar.

9.B.6.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 73-2018. 9.B.7.

Tagged Passions:budget, services, health, grant, program, drugs, and solid waste

Resolution No. AR 2018-35, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 20,000 from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and 440 as a contribution from the 2018 General Government Operating Budget, Department of Health and Human Services Areawide General Fund (101000) to the Federal Grants Fund (241) for the Food Safety and Sanitation Program in the Department of Health and Human Services for translation of the Anchorage Food Code documents.

9.B.7.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 74-2018. 9.B.8.

Tagged Passions:budget, services, health, grant, program, drugs, and solid waste

Resolution No. AR 2018-36, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 25,000 as a grant from Rasmuson Foundation to the Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261010), Office of Economic and Community Development for Innovation Team activities.

9.B.8.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 75-2018. 9.B.9.

Tagged Passions:development, grant, Development, and community development

Resolution No. AR 2018-37, a resolution appropriating a contribution of 100,000 from the Anchorage Bowl Parks and Recreation Service Area Fund (161000) 2018 Parks and Recreation Department Operating Budget to the Anchorage Bowl Parks and Recreation Service Area CIP Contribution Fund (461800), all within the Parks and Recreation Department, to increase the capital reserve fund for future repairs at Bartlett, Dimond, East, Service and West Pools, Parks and Recreation Department.

9.B.9.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 76-2018. 9.B.10.

Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, Capital Spending, recreation, and parks

Resolution No. AR 2018-38, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) appropriating 60,371.07 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT PF), to the State Dir/Fed Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231900) for a Transfer of Responsibilities Agreement (TORA) for the Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS): Multi-Modal Trip Planner Smartphone Application Grant for the Planning Department, Transportation Planning Division.

9.B.10.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 77-2018. 9.B.11.

Tagged Passions:planning, grant, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-39, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 93,750 from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT PF), Federal Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century Funding, to the Project Management and Engineering Department within the Anchorage Bowl Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Fund (461900) for support related to AMATS Anchorage Areawide Trails Rehabilitation Project, Project Management and Engineering (PM E) Project PW14044.

9.B.11.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 78-2018. 9.B.12.

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, trails, recreation, funding, parks, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-40, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating a 40,000 contribution from the Glen Alps Service Area (SA) Operating Fund (105000) to the Miscellaneous Capital Project/Pass-Thru Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) Fund (409800) for road and drainage improvement projects within the Glen Alps Service Area (SA), Public Works Administration.

9.B.12.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 79-2018. 9.B.13.

Tagged Passions:streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, Public Works, stormwater, and public works

Resolution No. AR 2018-41, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its protest regarding the renewal of Package Store Liquor License 1561 for Liquor Stores USA North, Inc. DBA Brown Jug-West Mountain View located at 131 S. Bragaw, Anchorage AK, 99508 and authorizing the Municipal Clerk to take certain action (Mountain View Community Council), Assembly Chair Traini, Assembly Vice-Chair Dunbar and Assembly Public Safety Committee Chair Croft.

9.C. BID AWARDS 9.D. NEW BUSINESS 9.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 89-2018, Americans with Disabilities Act Advisory Commission appointment (Britteny M. Howell and Holli Yancey), Mayors Office. 9.D.2. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 90-2018, Chugiak-Birchwood-Eagle River Rural Road Service Area Board of Supervisors appointment (Blake A. Merrifield), Mayors Office. 9.D.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 91-2018, Memorial Park Cemetery Advisory Commission appointments (James P. Fero and Robert W. Ferrell), Mayors Office. 9.D.4. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 92-2018, Municipal Airports Aviation Advisory Commission appointments (Caleb J. Newville and Terry A. Cartee), Mayors Office. 9.D.5. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 93-2018, Sole Source Purchase Order from RNR Interpreting (RNR) for voice to sign interpreting services for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Office of the Municipal Clerk (OMC) ( 45,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.6. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 94-2018, Sole Source Purchase from the League of Women Voters of Anchorage for the production and distribution of voting information for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Office of the Municipal Clerk (Clerk) ( 51,800.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.7. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 95-2018, Sole Source Contract with McMillen Jacobs Associates to provide claim consulting services for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Law Department (LAW) ( 100,000, Purchasing Department. 9.D.8. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 96-2018, Amendment No. 2 to the Professional Services Contract with PM E Services, LLC (PMES), for the AWWTF Grit Rehabilitation Project for the Municipality of Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility (AWWU) ( 664,954.00). 9.D.9. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 97-2018, Recommendation of Award to Alaska Global Supply to furnish 12.5 Sodium Hypochlorite on an as-required basis for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility - Asplund WWTF (AWWU) ( 1,312,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.10. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 98-2018, Cooperative Purchase from Alaska Sales and Service for two light duty vehicles for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Maintenance and Operations (M O) ( 57,262.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.11. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 99-2018, Sole Source Purchase from General Physics Corporation (GPC) for website hosting and maintenance for the online-based employee (OSHA) training program for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Municipal Light Power (ML P) ( 96,250.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.12. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 100-2018, Cooperative Purchase from Kendall Ford for one (1) light duty truck and one (1) 1-ton utility truck for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Municipal Light Power (ml P) ( 87,230), Purchasing Department. 9.D.13. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 101-2018, Request for approval to enter into Grant Agreements with the Northeast Community Center and the Boys and Girls Club of Southcentral Alaska for the purpose of supporting the operation of the Northeast Community Center and the Mountain View Recreation Center ( 571,425), Parks and Recreation Department. 9.D.14. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 102-2018, Award of a 2018 grant in the amount of 100,000 to the Anchorage Park Foundation from the Parks and Recreation Department 2018 Approved Operating Budget for the purpose of continuing to mobilize volunteer and financial support for Anchorages Parks and Recreation Assets and Youth Employment in Parks Program. 9.D.15. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 103-2018, Sole Source Purchase Order with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT PF) to provide matching funds for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Parks and Recreation Department (P R) ( 117,415.42), Purchasing Department. 9.D.16. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 104-2018, Amendment No. 1 to contract with DOWL HKM, LLC for Spruce Street Extension/Upgrade Dowling Road to 68th Avenue, Project Management and Engineering Department (PM E) Project No. 08-08 ( 558,000). 9.D.17. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 105-2018, Amendment No. 4 to the Professional Services Contract (Purchase Order No. 2017000191) with Lounsbury Associates, Inc. for the Toilsome Hill/Glen Alps Road and Canyon Road Improvements, PM E Project No. 13-56 ( 65,000). 9.D.18. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 106-2018, Proprietary Purchase with Legislative Consultants in Alaska for Professional Lobbying Services for the Municipality of Anchorage and Port of Anchorage ( 70,000), Mayors Office. 9.D.19. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 107-2018, Statutory Second Injury Fund and State Administrative Service Fee for Workers Compensation, Risk Management Division ( 346,967). 9.D.20. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 64-2018, 2018-2019 Liquor License Renewals: Beverage Dispensary License: Haute Quarter Grill, LL 4848; Sullivans Steakhouse, LL 3412; 49th State Brewing Company, LL 4058; Darwins Theory, LL 987; Restaurant/Eating Place License: Uncle Joes Pizzeria, LL 3847; Package Store License: Downtown Wine Spirits, LL 3322; Brewpub License: 49th State Brewing Company, LL 4059 (Downtown Community Council), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.D.21. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 65-2018, 2018-2019 Liquor License Renewals: Beverage Dispensary License: Henri Hawaii, LL 4835; Red Robin Burger Spirits Emporium 3, LL 4764; Beverage Dispensary-Tourism License: Flight Deck Bar/Arctic Inn, LL 402; Indian House, LL 553; Camel Rock Lounge, LL 4230; Restaurant/Eating Place License: Jens Restaurant, LL 2783; Ronnie Sushi, LL 4435; Southside Bistro, LL 3278; Pizza Olympia, LL 888; Ronnie Sushi 2, LL 4755; China Lights Oriental Cuisine Restaurant, LL 4734; Turnagain Arm BBQ Pit, LL 2805; Jamicos Pizzaria Mexican Restaurant, LL 5444; Imperial Palace, LL 4761; Tempura Express Sushi Teriyaki, LL 5160; Package Store License: Shoppers Cache, LL 2535; La Bodega, LL 5170; Brown Jug-Spenard, LL 114; Brown Jug-Minnesota, LL 1072; Brown Jug-No Premises, LL 1992; Brown Jug-Northern Lights, LL 1967; Brown Jug-Independence Park, LL 1941; Brown Jug-Fireweed, LL 395; Brown Jug-Bragaw, LL 169; Brown Jug-Dimond, LL 4775; Brown Jug, LL 4558; Club License: Eagle River Lions Club, LL 1385; Winery License: Double Shovel Cider Company, LL 5427 (Spenard, Northeast, Mountain View, University Area, North Star, Russian Jack, Abbott Loop, Eagle River Valley, Chugiak, Midtown, Taku/Campbell, Sand Lake, Bayshore/Klatt, Old Seward/Oceanview, and Turnagain Arm Community Councils), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.D.22. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 109-2018, Police and Fire Retirement Board appointment (Michael K. Abbott), Mayors Office. (Addendum) 9.E. INFORMATION AND REPORTS 9.E.1. Information Memorandum No. AIM 9-2018, Conforming Community Council Bylaws Sand Lake Community Council, Assembly Chair Traini. 9.E.2. Information Memorandum No. AIM 10-2018, 49th State Angel Fund Advisory Committee Appointment of New Members, Finance Department. 9.E.3. Information Memorandum No. AIM 11-2018, Notice of Upcoming Collective Bargaining Agreement Negotiations with Public Employees, Local 71 (L71), Employee Relations Department. 9.E.4. Information Memorandum No. AIM 12-2018, Summary of Minor Modifications to Approved Special Land Use Permits for Marijuana per AMC 21.03.105C.9.b., Planning Department. 9.F. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INTRODUCTION 9.F.1. Ordinance No. AO 2018-11, an ordinance authorizing and providing for the issuance of Not To Exceed 110,000,000 in aggregate principal amount of Tax Anticipation Notes; fixing certain details of said notes; providing for the form and manner of sale of said notes; pledging the receipts from ad valorem property taxes to be collected during Year 2018 and the full faith and credit to the payment thereof; and delegating certain matters to the Chief Fiscal Officer in connection with the sale or placement of the notes, Finance Department/Public Finance and Investments. P.H. 2-27-2018. 9.F.1.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 80-2018. 9.F.2. Ordinance No. AO 2018-12, an ordinance of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly amending Anchorage Municipal Code Section 21.06.030D.6 to allow buildings with greenhouses constructed on rooftops to exceed the maximum allowable height of the district by no more than ten feet in select districts; and amending Anchorage Municipal Code Section 21.14.040 to add the definition of Greenhouse (Planning and Zoning Commission Case 2017-0129), Planning Department. P.H. 2-27-2018. 9.F.2.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 81-2018. 9.F.3. Ordinance No. AO 2018-13, an ordinance of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly approving creation of a street light service area (SLSA), requested by petition from the property owner within the area, which SLSA includes certain real property adjacent to Old Glenn Hwy and Transport Circle, to be designated as the Midway Industrial Park SLSA, and to, upon Assembly approval, accordingly amend Anchorage Municipal Code Section 27.30.700 and automatically consolidate the Midway Industrial Park SLSA with the Eagle River SLSA, effective retroactively as of January 1, 2018, Public Works Administration. P.H. 2-27-2018. 9.F.3.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 82-2018. 9.F.4. Ordinance No. AO 2018-14, an ordinance of the Municipality of Anchorage creating a Special Assessment District for the construction of a gas line extension to serve the Canyon Road Area, and determining to proceed with proposed improvements therein, Public Works Administration. P.H. 3-20-2018. 9.F.4.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 83-2018. 9.F.5.

Tagged Passions:restaurants, budget, taxes, property, rfp, license, Taxes, RFP, public safety, purchasing, boards and commissions, services, contract, appointments, ordinance, council, downtown, Utility, Public Works, hotel, university, risk, union, youth, compensation, agriculture, investment, volunteer, voting, retirement, marijuana, alcohol, watershed, training, community center, ad valorem, construction, sale, recreation, finance, employment, zoning, airport, utility, planning, grant, industrial, traffic, program, rural, funding, parks, drugs, transportation, seniors, property tax, public works, tourism, lobbying, sewer, business, streetscape, and water

Resolution No. AR 2018-42, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its protest regarding the renewal of Package Store Liquor License 759 for Liquor Stores USA North, Inc. DBA Brown Jug- Mountain View located at 119 Klevin St., Anchorage AK, 99508 and authorizing the municipal clerk to take certain action (Mountain View Community Council), Assembly Chair Traini, Assembly Vice-Chair Dunbar and Assembly Public Safety Committee Chair Croft. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.6.

Tagged Passions:commercial, license, public safety, council, and alcohol

Resolution No. AR 2018-43, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating a grant in the amount of 1,758,200 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation as: 100,000 to the Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Capital Improvement Projects as a contribution from the 2018 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) to the State Direct Federal Pass Through Grants Fund (231), all in the Anchorage Police Department, for Impaired Driving Enforcement. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.6.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 84-2018. 9.F.7.

Tagged Passions:budget, capital spending, public safety, Capital Spending, grant, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-44, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 419,020.59 of revenues from Parks and Recreation Department, within the Eagle River/Chugiak Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Contribution Fund (462800), Harry J. McDonald Memorial Center Reserve Account to establish a capital improvement program to fund future equipment replacement, facility repairs and capital improvements to the Harry J. McDonald Memorial Center, all within Parks and Recreation Department. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.7.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 85-2018. 9.F.8.

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, watershed, equipment, recreation, program, parks, and facility

Resolution No. AR 2018-45, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 3,723,580 as a contribution from the 2018 Operating Budget, Chugiak, Birchwood, Eagle River Rural Road Service Area (CBERRRSA), Fund (119000) to the CBERRRSA Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (419800) for road and drainage improvement projects, all within the Public Works Administration Department. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.8.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 86-2018. 9.F.9.

Tagged Passions:budget, streets, capital spending, Capital Spending, Public Works, watershed, stormwater, program, rural, and public works

Resolution No. AR 2018-46, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 398,906.27 to the State Direct/Federal Pass-Through Grants Fund (231) as a Transfer of Responsibilities Agreement (TORA) from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, and appropriating 41,538 from the Traffic Department, Area-Wide General Fund (101000), for the Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS) Traffic Counts 18-20 Program, within the Traffic Department. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.9.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 87-2018. 9.F.10.

Tagged Passions:grant, traffic, program, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-47, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 1,340,840 as a grant from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), through the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT PF), to the State Dir/Fed Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231900) in the Planning Department for the 2018 Anchorage Metropolitan Area Transportation Solutions (AMATS) Program. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.10.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 88-2018. 9.F.11.

Tagged Passions:planning, grant, program, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-49, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 625,000 as a grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies to the Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261010), Office of Economic and Community Development for i-Team activities. P.H. 2-27-2018.

9.F.11.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 108-2018. 9.F.12.

Tagged Passions:development, grant, Development, and community development

Resolution No. AR 2018-48, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly to name the fieldhouse at the Chuck Albrecht Softball Fields the Jack Powers Fieldhouse, Mayors Office. P.H. 3-20-2018.

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10.
REGULAR AGENDA

10.A.

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - PROCLAMATIONS AND RECOGNITIONS

10.B.

Tagged Passions:recognition

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - OTHER

10.C. BID AWARDS 10.D. NEW BUSINESS 10.E. INFORMATION AND REPORTS 10.F. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INTRODUCTION

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, ordinance, and business

11.
OLD BUSINESS AND UNFINISHED ACTION ON PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

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Tagged Passions:hearing and business

12.
APPEARANCE REQUESTS (SHALL BEGIN NO EARLIER THAN 5:30 P.M. AND NO LATER THAN 6:30 P.M.)

12.A. Dustin Darden, regarding the harmful health and environmental impact of fluoride.

Tagged Passions:health and environment

13.
CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARINGS (SHALL BEGIN NO EARLIER THAN 6:00 P.M., AND SHALL BE TAKEN UP IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF OLD BUSINESS AND UNFINISHED ACTION ON PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS)

13.A. Ordinance No. AO 2018-4, an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Title 28, Elections, to implement Voting By Mail and make other changes related to municipal elections, and providing for a retroactive effective date, Assembly Chair Traini. 13.A.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 39-2018. 13.A.2.

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, voting, election, and business

Ordinance No. AO 2018-4(S), an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Title 28, Elections, to implement Voting By Mail and make other changes related to municipal elections, and providing for a retroactive effective date, Assembly Chair Traini.

13.A.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 39-2018(A). (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.B. Ordinance No. AO 2017-175, an ordinance of the Anchorage Assembly amending Anchorage Municipal Code Title 21, Sections 21.03.020, 21.03.105, 21.05.010, 21.05.055, 21.21.002, and 21.50.420 to update and clarify land use regulations for Commercial Marijuana Establishment Uses (Planning Case 2018-0009), Planning Department. 13.B.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 845-2017. 13.B.2.

Tagged Passions:commercial, ordinance, voting, marijuana, planning, drugs, election, and regulation

Ordinance No. AO 2017-175(S), an ordinance of the Anchorage Assembly amending Anchorage Municipal Code Title 21, Sections 21.03.020, 21.03.105, 21.05.010, 21.05.055, 21.21.002, and 21.50.420 to update and clarify land use regulations for Commercial Marijuana Establishment Uses (Planning Case 2018-0009), Assembly Member Weddleton.

13.B.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 786-2017. (CONTINUED FROM 12-5-17 AND 1-9-18) 13.C. Ordinance No. AO 2017-155, an ordinance of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly amending Anchorage Municipal Code Chapter 8.80 to remove the exemption from fees for excessive police responses for non-profit and charitable properties, and add on-site security guards at commercial properties as an example of appropriate corrective action, Assembly Chair Traini and Assembly Member Demboski. 13.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 786-2017. (CONTINUED FROM 12-5-17; CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.D. Ordinance No. AO 2017-161, an ordinance repealing Anchorage Municipal Code Chapter 15.35, repealing and re-enacting Anchorage Municipal Code Chapter 15.30 regarding the Anchorage Clean Air Ordinance, and amending the Fine Schedule in Municipal Code Chapter 14.60, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Law. 13.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 811-2017. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.D.2.

Tagged Passions:commercial, public safety, services, ordinance, marijuana, health, planning, drugs, regulation, and security

Ordinance No. AO 2017-161(S), an ordinance repealing Anchorage Municipal Code Chapter 15.35, repealing and re-enacting Anchorage Municipal Code Chapter 15.30 regarding the Anchorage Clean Air Ordinance, and amending the Fine Schedule in Municipal Code Chapter 14.60, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Law.

13.D.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 811-2017(A). 13.E.

Tagged Passions:services, ordinance, and health

Resolution No. AR 2017-397, a resolution approving Administrative Agreement P PF AA 2017-02 between the Municipality of Anchorage and the Plumbers and Pipefitters, Local 367 regarding types of additional work assignments as a Crew Leader, Employee Relations Department.

13.E.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 851-2017. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.F.

Resolution No. AR 2018-7, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 315,000 as a grant from the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management and a contribution of 6,930 from Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000) Anchorage Police Departments 2017 Operating Budget to the State Grant RevenuePass Thru Fund (231900) for 2017 State Homeland Security Program (SHSP) grant activities in the Municipal Managers Department, Office of Emergency Management.

13.F.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 7-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.G.

Tagged Passions:budget, veterans, manager, public safety, military, Immigration, grant, program, emergency, and security

Resolution No. AR 2018-16, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appropriating 241,774 as a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and 5,317 as a contribution from the 2018 Anchorage Police Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151000), all to the Federal Grants Fund (241900), Anchorage Police Department, for the continuation of the Alaska Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

13.G.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 33-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.H.

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, grant, program, and crime

Resolution No. AR 2018-8, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating a grant in the amount of 109,227 from the State of Alaska, Department of Education and Early Development, Division of Libraries Archives and Museums, to the State Dir/Fed Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231900), within the Library Department for the Ready to Read Resource Center Grant.

13.H.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 8-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.I.

Tagged Passions:education, development, museums, grant, Development, and library

Resolution No. AR 2018-10, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 350,000.00 to the State Direct/Federal Pass-Through Grants Fund (231900) as a Transfer of Responsibilities Agreement, from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, for the Transit Rideshare Program, all within the Public Transportation Department.

13.I.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 10-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.J.

Tagged Passions:ride sharing and hailing, grant, program, and transportation

Resolution No. AR 2018-9, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating the sum of 214,778 from the State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services as a grant to the State Direct/Federal Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231900) for the provision of Medicaid Counseling Services through the Department of Health and Human Services.

13.J.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 9-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.K.

Tagged Passions:services, health insurance, social services, health, and grant

Resolution No. AR 2018-17, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 285,823.17, when tendered, from the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to the State Direct/Federal Pass-Thru Grants Funds (231) for the Air Quality Public and Business Awareness Education Campaign in the Department of Health and Human Services.

13.K.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 34-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.L.

Tagged Passions:education, services, health, grant, funding, transportation, and business

Resolution No. AR 2018-20, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating and adopting the 2017 Supplemental Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) of 133,348 and 2013 Substantial Amendment 4, 2015 Non-Substantial Amendment 1, 2016 Substantial Amendment 3 and 2017 Substantial Amendment 1 to the Federal Grant Fund 241900 on the Housing and Community Development Years of 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017 HUD Action Plans, for the Department of Health and Human Services.

13.L.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 20-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18) 13.M.

Tagged Passions:services, development, health, housing, grant, emergency, Development, and community development

Resolution No. AR 2018-11, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 2,300,000 from the 2018 Equipment Maintenance Internal Service Operating Fund (601), Unrestricted Net Assets Account, to the 2018 Equipment Maintenance Internal Service Capital Fund (606) to purchase replacement vehicles and equipment all within the Maintenance and Operations Department.

13.M.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 11-2018. (CARRIED OVER FROM 1-23-18)

Tagged Passions:purchasing and equipment

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NEW PUBLIC HEARINGS (SHALL BEGIN NO EARLIER THAN 6:00 P.M. AND END NO LATER THAN 11:00 P.M. AND SHALL BE TAKEN UP IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING COMPLETION OF CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARINGS)

14.A. Ordinance No. AO 2018-5, an ordinance to protect the privacy of the people of Anchorage and establish parameters for the use of UAS (Drones) by the Municipality of Anchorage, Assembly Vice-Chair Dunbar. 14.A.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 51-2018. 14.B. Ordinance No. AO 2018-7, an ordinance authorizing retention of two (2) tax foreclosed parcels for public purposes, Real Estate Department. 14.B.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 56-2018. 14.C. Ordinance No. AO 2018-8, an ordinance authorizing the sale of properties foreclosed for delinquent taxes and/or special assessments, Real Estate Department. 14.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 57-2018. 14.D.

Tagged Passions:drone, taxes, hearing, property, Taxes, ordinance, privacy, and sale

Resolution No. AR 2018-26, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 941,500 of Convention Center Capital Reserve Fund (202030), Fund Balance within the Convention Center Capital Reserve Fund (202030) as a contribution, and appropriating said contribution to the Areawide General CIP Fund (401800), for capital improvements at the William A. Egan and Denaina Civic and Convention Centers all within the Office of Economic Community Development.

14.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 55-2018. 14.E.

Tagged Passions:capital spending, Capital Spending, development, conventions, Development, and community development

Resolution No. AR 2018-27, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly approving a Marijuana License and Special Land Use Permit for Black Bear Enterprises, LLC, a Marijuana Cultivation Facility with License Number M14073, Doing Business As Black Bear Nursery, and located at 6209 Mike Street, Suite 2C (Taku/Campbell Community Council) (Case 2018-0011), Municipal Clerks Office and Planning Department.

14.E.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 66-2018. 14.F. Ordinance No. AO 2018-9, an ordinance approving acquisition of real property, legally described as Lots 1 and 2 Block 27A East Addition Subdivision (PID 003-073-07; 003-073-09), for a purchase price Not To Exceed 750,000 plus closing costs, Real Estate Department. 14.F.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 60-2018.

Tagged Passions:streets, property, license, purchasing, ordinance, council, marijuana, subdivision, planning, drugs, facility, and business

15.
SPECIAL ORDERS

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RESERVED

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17.
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

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ASSEMBLY COMMENTS

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EXECUTIVE SESSIONS

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ADJOURNMENT (SHALL BE PROMPTLY AT 11:00 P.M.; PROVIDED, HOWEVER, BY TWO THIRDS VOTE OF THE ASSEMBLY, ADJOURNMENT AND BUSINESS BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY MAY BE CONTINUED PAST 11:00 P.M. UNTIL 12:00 MIDNIGHT)

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Tagged Passions:business

ALL DOCUMENTS LISTED ON THIS AGENDA ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE www.muni.org/watchnow AND IN THE MUNICIPAL CLERK'S OFFICE, 632 WEST 6TH AVENUE, SUITE 250, ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, TELEPHONE (907) 343-4311.


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