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Municipality of Anchorage

Municipality of Anchorage

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

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

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5.
MAYOR'S REPORT

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6.
ASSEMBLY CHAIR'S REPORT

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7.
COMMITTEE REPORTS

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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 2018-173, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing, honoring, and thanking Anchorage Fire Department Captain Joseph Albrecht for his 40 years of public service and dedication to our community, Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft, Assembly Members Constant, Demboski, Dyson, LaFrance, Petersen, Rivera, Steele, Traini, Weddleton and Mayor Berkowitz.

9.A.2.

Tagged Passions:recognition and fire departments and districts

Resolution No. AR 2018-174, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly honoring Erin Rainwater for 20 years of exemplary public service and dedication to our community, Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft, Assembly Members Constant, Demboski, Dyson, LaFrance, Petersen, Rivera, Steele, Traini, Weddleton and Mayor Berkowitz.

9.A.3.

Tagged Passions:recognition

Resolution No. AR 2018-170, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring the Anchorage transgender community and the Transgender Leadership Council Alaska, Assembly Member Constant.

9.B.

Tagged Passions:council, recognition, GayRights, LGBTQ, and gender

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - OTHER

9.B.1.

Resolution No. AR 2018-175, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating a donation of 5,000 from the Anchorage Library Foundation to the Anchorage Public Library, Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261010) for the purchase of branch library operational supplies and furniture.

9.B.1.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 370-2018. 9.B.2.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, Donation, donation, library, and grant

Resolution No. AR 2018-176, a resolution authorizing the Girdwood Area Plan Update Committee and Girdwood, Inc. to proceed with development of an update of the Girdwood Area Plan (Adopted 1995) as approved sponsors, with support from the appropriate agencies, as provided by Anchorage Municipal Code Subsection 21.03.070B. and 21.03.130A.2b., Real Estate Department.

9.B.2.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 371-2018. 9.C. BID AWARDS 9.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 372-2018, Recommendation of Award to Pruhs Construction Company LLC (Pruhs), to provide construction of the Terminal Road Water Rehabilitation Project, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU) (2018C018) ( 1,325,424.00), Purchasing Department. 9.C.2. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 373-2018, Recommendation of Award to GMG General, Inc. (GMG), to provide construction of the Pleasant Valley Subdivision Road and Drainage Improvements Phase 1A Project, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Project Management and Engineering (PME) (2018C028) ( 2,652,618.75), Purchasing Department. 9.D. NEW BUSINESS 9.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 374-2018, Executive Appointment (Michelle McNulty, Planning Director), Employee Relations Department. 9.D.2. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 375-2018, Historic Preservation Commission appointments (Marc Lamoreaux, Lincoln Garrick, Kevin Keeler, and Brandy Pennington), Mayors Office. 9.D.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 376-2018, On-Site Wastewater Technical Review Board appointments (Jeffrey A. Garness, Joseph Lawendowski, and Steve Eng), Mayors Office. 9.D.4. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 377-2018, Watershed and Natural Resources Advisory Commission appointments (Tams Deak, Holly Kent, David Nyman, Rick Sinnot), Mayors Office. 9.D.5. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 378-2018, Amendment No. 7 to Purchase Order (PO) No. 2017000065 with Matrix Consulting Group for professional services for the Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Records Management Systems (RMS) and the NG 9-1-1 services for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Police Department (APD) ( 51,700), Purchasing Department. 9.D.6. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 379-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Bobs Services, Inc. for one (1) 2019 Benlee Roll-Off Trailer for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility (AWWU) ( 123,446.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.7. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 380-2018, Sole Source Contract from Delta P Pump Equipment, LLC. (Delta) for the design and construction for one (1) Mobile Sewer By-Pass Pump Trailer for the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility (AWWU) ( 140,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.8. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 381-2018, Recommendation of Award to Roger Hickel Contracting, Inc. to provide construction services for the Asplund Wastewater Treatment Facility (AWWTF) Process and Facility Improvements Project for the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility (AWWU) (RFP 2018P008) ( 5,642,950.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.9. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 382-2018, Sole Source Non-Encumbering Contract with Rosemount Incorporated for repair parts on an as needed basis for the Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage Water Wastewater Utility (AWWU) ( 90,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.10. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 383-2018, Recommendation of Award to U.S. Bank, to provide professional merchant services, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Finance Department (FIN) (2017P054) ( 1,651,450), Purchasing Department. 9.D.11. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 384-2018, Recommendation of Award to GCI Communication Corp. (GCI), to provide cellular/mobile voice and data services, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Information Technology Department (ITD) (2017P044) ( 1,500,000), Purchasing Department. 9.D.12. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 385-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Gig-Werks Holdings, Inc. for Nintex perpetual licenses, professional services and training for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Information Technology Department (ITD) ( 109,122.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.13. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 386-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Journal Technologies for JustWare annual software support and upgrades for the Municipality of Anchorage, Municipal Attorney's Office in the amount of 38,891.00, Purchasing Department. 9.D.14. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 387-2018, Sole Source Contract with Kemppel, Huffman and Ellis, P.C. to provide legal services for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Law Department (Law) ( 150,000), Purchasing Department. 9.D.15. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 389-2018, Recommendation of Award to GE Packaged Power, Inc., to provide a Contract Services Agreement for three (3) Municipal Light Power (ML P) turbines for maintenance, technical repair support services, to include parts and equipment, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Municipal Light Power Anchorage (ML P) (2017P055) ( 18,544,500), Purchasing Department. 9.D.16. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 390-2018, Sole Source Non-Encumbering Contract with Emerson Process Management for Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) technical services, upgrades, repairs, parts, equipment and training on an as needed basis for the Municipality of Anchorage, Municipal Light and Power (ML P) ( 500,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.17. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 391-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Open Systems International, Inc. (OSI) for upgrading the SCADA/EMS System for the Municipality of Anchorage, Municipal Light Power (ML P) ( 838,319.50), Purchasing Department. 9.D.18. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 392-2018, Cooperative Purchase from Kompan, Inc. for playground equipment for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Parks and Recreation (P R) ( 90,513.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.19. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 393-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Highwire, Inc. for custom playground equipment for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Parks and Recreation (P R) ( 39,808.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.20. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 394-2018, Amendment No. 2 to Purchase Order (PO) No. 2017000900 with COWI North America, Inc. (COWI) to provide Professional Architectural/Engineering (A/E) design services for the Anchorage Port Modernization Program, Petroleum Cement Terminal (PCT), for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Port of Alaska (POA) ( 1,158,329), Purchasing Department. 9.D.21. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 395-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Trapeze Software Group (Trapeze) for software maintenance and support of the Trapeze PASS and MapMaker products for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Public Transportation Department (PTD) ( 72,475.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.22. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 396-2018, Recommendation to Award various carriers providing property and excess insurance coverage to the Municipality of Anchorage, Risk Management Division ( 1,620,899). 9.D.23. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 364-2018, Request authorization to enter into a Matching Grant Agreement with Girdwood, Inc. for the Girdwood Area Plan Update in an amount Not To Exceed 10,000 from the Heritage Land Bank Fund, Real Estate Department 9.D.24. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 366-2018, 2017-2018 Liquor License Renewal: Beverage Dispensary License: Barrys Baranof Lounge, LL 93 (Fairview Community Council), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.D.25. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 367-2018, 2018-2019 Application for the Transfer of Ownership of Restaurant/Eating Place Liquor License 4360 with Restaurant Designation Permit for Sushi Ya Restaurant, Inc. DBA Sushi Ya Japanese Restaurant (Taku/Campbell Community Council), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.D.26. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 368-2018, 2018-2019 Application for Transfer of Location of Package Store Liquor License 3886 for Liquor Stores USA North, Inc. DBA Brown Jug (No Premises), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.D.27. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 369-2018, 2018-2019 Application for a new Restaurant/Eating Place Liquor License with Restaurant Designation Permit for Pho Lena East, LLC DBA Pho Lena Downtown Liquor License 5635 (Downtown Community Council), Municipal Clerks Office 9.E. INFORMATION AND REPORTS 9.E.1. Information Memorandum No. AIM 51-2018, Municipal Tow Operator Business Compliance Quarterly Report, March 1, 2018 through May 31, 2018, Assembly Chair Dunbar. 9.E.2. Information Memorandum No. AIM 53-2018, Municipal Marijuana Facility Compliance Quarterly Report, January 1, 2016 through May 31, 2018, Assembly Chair Dunbar. 9.E.3. Information Memorandum No. AIM 54-2018, Pre-Funding Investment Program Annual Report 2017, Finance Department/Municipal Treasurer. 9.E.4. Information Memorandum No. AIM 55-2018, Investment Advisory Commission Annual Report - 2017 Year in Review, Finance Department/Municipal Treasurer. 9.E.5. Information Memorandum No. AIM 56-2018, MOA Trust Fund Status 2017 Year in Review, Finance Department/Municipal Treasurer. 9.E.6. Information Memorandum No. AIM 57-2018, Bidding Review Board Recommendation RFP 2018P008 2018 Sewer Improvements Asplund Wastewater Treatment Facility, Purchasing Department. 9.E.7. Information Memorandum No. AIM 58-2018, Contracts Awarded Between 50,000 and 500,000 through Formal Competitive Processes for the Month of May 2018, Purchasing Department. 9.F. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INTRODUCTION 9.F.1. Ordinance No. AO 2018-47, an ordinance of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly to reauthorize certain boards and commissions by amending the sunset provision in Anchorage Municipal Code Sections 4.40.020, 4.60.030, 4.60.040, 4.60.060, 4.60.100, 4.60.110, 4.60.160, 4.60.200, 4.60.240, and 4.60.275, Assembly Chair Dunbar. P.H. 10-9-2018. 9.F.1.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 363-2018. 9.F.2. Ordinance No. AO 2018-48, an ordinance authorizing the disposal by perpetual, non-exclusive, drainage easement to Ken Higgins Co., LLC on municipal property, legally described as a portion of Tract A Polaris School Subdivision (Plat 2004-156) (PID 014-032-42), Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018. 9.F.2.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 397-2018. 9.F.3. Ordinance No. AO 2018-49, an ordinance authorizing the disposal by competitive bid of real property, legally described as Tract 2 Southwest Anchorage School Site (Plat 2018-17) (PID 011-261-31), Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018. 9.F.3.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 398-2018. 9.F.4. Ordinance No. AO 2018-50, an ordinance authorizing the disposal by perpetual, non-exclusive telecommunication and electrical easement to Chugach Electric Association, Inc. on a portion of Heritage Land Bank (HLB) Parcel 3-064, legally described as N1/2 NE1/4 SEC 4 T12N R3W (PID 014-931-01), and amending the 2018 HLB Annual Work Program and 2019 2023 Five-Year Management Plan, Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018. 9.F.4.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 399-2018. 9.F.5. Ordinance No. AO 2018-51, an ordinance authorizing the Municipality of Anchorage to grant the continuation of a Revocable Use Permit to Passur Aerospace for the installed passive secondary surveillance radar system in Kincaid Park, Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018. 9.F.5.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 400-2018. 9.F.6.

Tagged Passions:Utility, telecommunications, boards and commissions, council, parks, utility, subdivision, alcohol, transportation, property, investment, contract, restaurants, Treasurer, streets, commercial, legal, compliance, RFP, public safety, rfp, EMS, education, license, TREASURER, purchasing, services, appointments, ordinance, downtown, Telecommunications, Fossil Fuels - Oil, Technology, information technology, development, risk, marijuana, equipment, watershed, surveillance, training, technology, Information Technology, sewer, program, business, drugs, funding, stormwater, airport, zoning, Development, facility, finance, insurance, planning, preservation, water, easement, recreation, electric, 911, construction, grant, and historic

Resolution No. AR 2018-172, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its protest regarding the new Restaurant/Eating Place Liquor License 5652 with Restaurant Designation Permit for Zip Kombucha, LLC DBA Zip Kombucha located at 3404 Arctic Blvd., Anchorage AK, 99503 and authorizing the Municipal Clerk to take certain action (Spenard Community Council), Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft, and Assembly Public Safety Committee Co-Chairs Dyson and Steele. P.H. 6-26-2018.

9.F.7.

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

Resolution No. AR 2018-177, a resolution appropriating a contribution of 80,000 from the 2018 Heritage Land Bank (HLB) Operating Fund (221000) and 84,000 from the HLB Fund (221000) Fund Balance as a contribution to the HLB Operating Fund (221000) and appropriating said contributions to the HLB Capital Improvement Project (CIP) Fund (421800) for Turnagain Arm Projects and Site Preparation, all within the Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018.

9.F.7.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 401-2018. 9.F.8.

Tagged Passions:capital spending and Capital Spending

Resolution No. AR 2018-178, a resolution authorizing the Mayor to designate Management Authority of municipal property from the Parks and Recreation Department to the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility, legally described as a portion within the remainder of Government Lot 181 SW4 SEC 33 T12N R3W (PID 018-292-32), Real Estate Department. P.H. 6-26-2018.

9.F.8.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 402-2018. 9.F.9.

Tagged Passions:Utility, parks, utility, property, sewer, water, and recreation

Resolution No. AR 2018-179, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 303,515.64 and appropriating 31,605 as a contribution from the Areawide General Fund (101000), to the State Direct/Federal Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231) AMATS: Traffic Control Signalization Program CY 2016-2018, within the Traffic Department. P.H. 6-26-2018.

9.F.9.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 403-2018.

Tagged Passions:program, traffic, and grant

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. Amanda Mack, representing the Anchorage Unitarian Universalist Fellowship to present a payment-in-lieu-of-taxes check. 12.B. Toby Widdicome, regarding the crisis in local governance especially as it relates to the homeless, the indigent, and the poor. 12.C.

Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, poverty, and homeless

Russell Webb, regarding Chester Creek Trail homesteading, public health and public safety issues.

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Tagged Passions:health, public safety, and trails

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.

Tagged Passions:hearing and business

Resolution No. AR 2018-134, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly requesting that conditions be imposed by the State Alcoholic Beverage Control Board on Package Store Liquor License 3219 for LeeFamily Corporation DBA Mom and Pops Grocery and Liquor located at 601 W. 36th Ave., Ste. 3 and 4, Anchorage AK, 99503, and taking final action on the renewal application for this license (Midtown Community Council), Assembly Member Traini. (CONTINUED FROM 5-22-18)

13.A.1. Information Memorandum No. AIM 52-2018. 13.B. Ordinance No. AO 2018-34, an ordinance of the Anchorage Assembly amending Anchorage Municipal Code Title 8, Penal Code, to add new sections for the crimes of Failure of a Mandatory Reporter to Report Abuse or Neglect of a Minor, Sexual Abuse of a Minor, Failure to Report a Violent Crime Committed Against a Child, Failure to Report a Violent Crime Committed Against an Adult, and sending an Explicit Image of a Minor; and amending section 8.10.100, Reckless Endangerment, to add a special definition of serious physical injury when the victim is a child, Assembly Member Dyson. 13.B.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 291-2018. (CONTINUED FROM 5-22-18)

Tagged Passions:council, alcohol, commercial, license, ordinance, grocery, crime, and housing

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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 2018-44, an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Section 25.35.010 to update the mission of the Anchorage Community Development Authority, Office of Economic and Community Development. 14.A.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 343-2018. 14.B. Ordinance No. AO 2018-45, an ordinance authorizing the purchase of real property located at 716 West Fourth Avenue by the Anchorage Community Development Authority, as a contribution to the RES Areawide General Capital Improvement Project Fund (401), Office of Economic Development. 14.B.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 344-2018. 14.C. Ordinance No. AO 2018-46, an ordinance of the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, approving the execution and delivery by the Anchorage Community Development Authority of a ground lease and a facility leaseback, authorizing the Chief Fiscal Officer as Treasurer of the Anchorage Community Development Authority to determine the terms and conditions, including financing terms, relating to the ground lease and the facility leaseback, and appropriating the proceeds of such ground lease, Finance Department/Public Finance Investments. 14.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 345-2018. 14.D.

Tagged Passions:property, investment, leasing, Treasurer, hearing, capital spending, TREASURER, purchasing, ordinance, Capital Spending, development, community development, Development, facility, finance, and economic development

Resolution No. AR 2018-164, a resolution authorizing adoption of Port of Alaska Terminal Tariff No. 8.2, Port of Alaska.

14.E. Ordinance No. AO 2018-43 an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Subsections 21.05.070C.1.g., Table 21.05-3, Table of Accessory Uses; 21.05.070D.1., Definitions and Use-Specific Standards for Allowed Accessory Uses and Structures, Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU); and 21.06.020B., Table 21.06-1, Table of Dimensional Standards, to encourage development of Accessory Dwelling Units (Planning and Zoning Commission Case No. 2017-0095), Planning Department. 14.E.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 327-2018. 14.F.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, ordinance, development, zoning, Development, and planning

Resolution No. AR 2018-161, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly establishing a policy to require execution of a Community Workforce Agreement to be incorporated with all municipal contracts for construction projects where the Municipalitys total investment in the project is 3,000,000 or more, Assembly Member Traini.

14.F.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 339-2018. 14.G.

Tagged Passions:investment, contract, policy, construction, and workforce

Resolution No. AR 2018-167, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly declaring a policy of dispersed placement in the Anchorage Bowl of services and programs for homeless persons, Assembly Member Rivera and Assembly Member LaFrance.

14.H.

Tagged Passions:policy, services, homeless, and program

Resolution No. AR 2018-165, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its protest regarding the new Package Store Liquor License 5648 for Northern Hospitality Group, Inc. DBA 49th State Spirits and Gifts located at 717 W. 3rd Ave., Anchorage AK, 99501 and authorizing the Municipal Clerk to take certain action (Downtown Community Council), Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft and Assembly Public Safety Committee Co-Chairs Dyson and Steele.

14.I.

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

Resolution No. AR 2018-169, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its protest regarding the Transfer of Ownership of Restaurant/Eating Place Liquor License 1805 with Restaurant Designation Permit for Shanghai Tea Garden, LLC DBA Shanghai Tea Garden located at 9150 Jewel Lake Rd., Anchorage AK, 99502 and authorizing the Municipal Clerk to take certain action (Sand Lake Community Council), Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft and Assembly Public Safety Committee Co-Chairs Dyson and Steele.

14.J.

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

Resolution No. AR 2018-171, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly approving a modification to a previously Approved Special Land Use Permit for Hillside Natural Wellness, LLC, a Marijuana Retail Sales Establishment with License Number M10837, Doing Business As Hillside Natural Wellness, and located at 8639 Toloff Street, Suite 1 (Abbott Loop Community Council) (Case 2018-0047), Municipal Clerks Office and Planning Department.

14.J.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 365-2018.

Tagged Passions:council, streets, license, marijuana, business, drugs, sale, and planning

15.
SPECIAL ORDERS

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RESERVED

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17.
AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

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18.
ASSEMBLY COMMENTS

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19.
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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