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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 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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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 2018-185, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and commending the outstanding work of the State Department of Transportation and the Anchorage Police department responding to the Artillery Road Overpass damage on March 21, 2018, Assembly Member Dyson, Assembly Chair Dunbar, Assembly Vice-Chair Croft, Assembly Members Constant, Demboski, LaFrance, Petersen, Rivera, Traini, Weddleton and Mayor Berkowitz.

9.B.

Tagged Passions:transportation, streets, public safety, and recognition

RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION - OTHER

9.B.1.

Resolution No. AR 2018-187, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly directing the Planning Department to provide annual reports on the applications and effect of AO 2018-43(S), As Amended, regarding encouraging development of Accessory Dwelling Units, Assembly Members Demboski and Petersen.

9.B.2.

Tagged Passions:development, planning, and Development

Resolution No. AR 2018-188, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appointing a Citizen Naming Panel for the honorary naming of a location after Jeff Dusenbury, Mayors Office.

9.B.3.

Tagged Passions:appointments

Resolution No. AR 2018-189, a resolution establishing delinquent dates for the first and second half of yearly personal property taxes for Tax Year 2018, Finance Department/Municipal Treasurer.

9.B.3.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 410-2018. 9.B.4.

Tagged Passions:property, Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, TREASURER, property tax, and finance

Resolution No. AR 2018-190, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating: a scholarship from the State of Alaska, Division of Public Health, Section of Women, Children, and Family Health in the amount of 2,500, a reimbursement grant from the Space Science Institute in the amount of 10,000, and a stipend from the American Library Association in the amount 500, all to the Library Department, Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261010), to assist with programming needs in the Youth Services division.

9.B.4.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 411-2018. 9.B.5.

Tagged Passions:health, services, youth, grant, and library

Resolution No. AR 2018-191, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating: a grant in the amount of 6,859.90, from the Alaska State Library, with the Alaska Library Network, and appropriating a contribution of 151 from the Library Department, Areawide General Fund (101000), all to the State Direct Grant Fund (231), Library Department, for the OWL Technology Equipment Purchase grant.

9.B.5.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 412-2018. 9.B.6.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, Technology, equipment, technology, grant, and library

Resolution No. AR 2018-192, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating Fundraising Campaign Funds and donor donations from the Anchorage Library Foundation (ALF) in the amounts of: 31,000 for Branch Library Miscellaneous Operational Supplies and Furniture, and 10,000 of Virginia Peri Donations for Adult Services Books and Materials, all to the Anchorage Public Library (APL) Department, Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261010).

9.B.6.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 413-2018. 9.B.7.

Tagged Passions:materials, services, Donation, fundraising, donation, funding, grant, and library

Resolution No. AR 2018-193, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 37,874.38 a Transfer of Responsibilities Agreement (TORA) Grant, from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, and appropriating 757 as a contribution from the 2018 Operating Budget, Areawide General Fund (101000) all to the Public Transportation Capital Improvement Project Fund (485), all within the Public Transportation Department for funding the Bike Storage Purchase Program.

9.B.7.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 414-2018. 9.B.8.

Tagged Passions:transportation, budget, capital spending, purchasing, Capital Spending, Bicycles, bicycles, funding, grant, and program

Resolution No. AR 2018-194, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 72,000 from the Villages Scenic Parkway Limited Road Service Area (LRSA) Fund (146000), Fund Balance to the Villages Scenic Parkway LRSA Fund (146000), 2018 Operating Budget in the Public Works Administration Department, for year-round road maintenance within the Villages Scenic Parkway LRSA.

9.B.8.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 415-2018. 9.B.9.

Tagged Passions:Public Works, public works, streets, and budget

Resolution No. AR 2018-195, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 5,000 from the Skyranch Estates Limited Road Service Area (LRSA) Fund (114000), Fund Balance to the Skyranch Estates LRSA Fund (114000), 2018 Operating Budget in the Public Works Administration Department, for year-round road maintenance within the Skyranch Estates LRSA.

9.B.9.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 416-2018. 9.C. BID AWARDS 9.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 422-2018, Recommendation of Award to MRT, Inc. DBA Signature Land Services (Signature), to provide surface restoration for various projects, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU) (2018C023) ( 750,000), Purchasing Department. 9.C.2. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 423-2018, Recommendation of Award to Frawner Corp. (Frawner), to provide 3rd Ave., Latouche Street to Ingra Street Water Rehabilitation for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA) Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU) (2018C026) ( 882,647.00), Purchasing Department. 9.C.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 424-2018, Recommendation of Award to Northern Powerline Constructors, Inc. (NPC), to provide construction of the 4kV to 12kV conversion overhead to underground from 5th Ave to 9th Ave Fairbanks and Hyder Street Project, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Municipal Light and Power (ML P) (2018C030) ( 562,109.14), Purchasing Department. 9.D. NEW BUSINESS 9.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 425-2018, Executive Appointment (Jodie Hettrick, Fire Chief), Employee Relations Department. 9.D.2. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 426-2018, Executive Appointment (Jamie Acton, Public Transportation Director), Employee Relations Department. 9.D.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 427-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Vertiv Services Inc. for the purchase of Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) parts and maintenance for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Anchorage Water Wastewater (AWWU) ( 31,045.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.4. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 428-2018, Change Order No. 1 to Contract (PO 2018003133) with Altman Rogers Co to provide accounting support to the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Controllers Division ( 21,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.5. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 429-2018, Recommendation of Award to Concentric Energy Advisors, Ins., to provide utility disposition consultant services, for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Finance Investment Department (FIN) (2018P015) ( 825,000), Purchasing Department. 9.D.6. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 430-2018, Sole Source Purchase from Trailercraft, Inc. for a Mobile Clinic Vehicle for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) ( 110,759.38), Purchasing Department. 9.D.7. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 431-2018, Change Order 4 to Contract (PO 2017001816) with the Peloton Group, Inc. to provide SAP application support to the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Information Technology Department (ITD) ( 359,035), Purchasing Department. 9.D.8. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 432-2018, Sole Source Purchase with NC Machinery for the repair of two (2) 140M Grader Transmissions for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Maintenance and Operations (M O) ( 85,812.26), Purchasing Department. 9.D.9. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 433-2018, Recommendation of Award for a non-encumbering contract to HDL Engineering Consultants, LLC (HDL) for quality control testing for the Municipality of Anchorage (MOA), Project Management Engineering (PM E) ( 600,000.00), Purchasing Department. 9.D.10. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 434-2018, Amendment No. 2 to Cooley Co. Contract (4400000222) to increase contract funding by 72,000 for the current contract period ending December 31, 2018 for a total contract amount Not To Exceed (NTE) 116,000 for completion of road repairs and pavement overlay project within the Villages Scenic Parkway Limited Road Service Area (LRSA) for the Public Works Administration Department. 9.D.11. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 409-2018, 2018-2019 Application for the Transfer of Ownership of Restaurant/Eating Place Liquor License 5218 with Restaurant Designation Permit for KS Enterprise, LLC DBA Naruto Japanese Restaurant (Spenard Community Council), Municipal Clerks Office. 9.E. INFORMATION AND REPORTS 9.E.1. Information Memorandum No. AIM 59-2018, Collective Bargaining Negotiations have commenced with Anchorage Municipal Employees Association (AMEA), Employee Relations Department. 9.E.2. Information Memorandum No. AIM 60-2018, Status Report for Collective Bargaining Negotiations with Public Employees, Local 71, Employee Relations Department. 9.E.3. Information Memorandum No. AIM 61-2018, 49th State Angel Fund Program Status. 9.E.4. Information Memorandum No. AIM 62-2018, Sole Source Procurement Report for the Month of May 2018, Purchasing Department. 9.F. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS FOR INTRODUCTION 9.F.1. Ordinance No. AO 2018-54, an ordinance waiving application of Anchorage Municipal Code Subsection 1.15.130A, Restrictions on Employment After Leaving Service, for Terry Helleck, Department of Law. P.H. 7-17-2018. 9.F.1.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 417-2018. 9.F.2. Ordinance No. AO 2018-55, an ordinance authorizing a non-competitive disposal by lease of the Girdwood Fire Station, located at 186 Egloff Drive in Girdwood, for fifty-five (55) years at less than fair market value, to Girdwood Fire and Rescue Inc, a nonprofit corporation. P.H. 7-17-2018. 9.F.2.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 418-2018. 9.F.3. Ordinance No. AO 2018-56, an ordinance amending the zoning map and approving the rezoning of a portion of Tract 1, Municipal Tudor Road Complex Subdivision (Plat 2003-183), from PLI (Public Lands and Institutions) District to B-3 SL (General Business with Special Limitations) District, containing 20.17 acres, generally located south of East Tudor Road, west of Elmore Road, and north of the Permit Center Campus at 4700 Elmore Road, within the NE 1/4 of Section 22, T13N, R3W, S.M., Alaska (University Area Community) Planning and Zoning Commission Case 2018-0013), Planning Department. P.H. 7-31-2018. 9.F.3.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 419-2018. 9.F.4.

Tagged Passions:Utility, Public Works, boards and commissions, leasing, subdivision, transportation, alcohol, public works, council, utility, restaurants, health, investment, university, contract, budget, RFP, license, rfp, purchasing, services, appointments, ordinance, Technology, information technology, union, energy, technology, sewer, employment, fire departments and districts, zoning, water, Information Technology, funding, finance, planning, construction, market, business, program, and electric

Resolution No. AR 2018-196, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 108,427 in the form of a reimbursable grant award from the State of Alaska Land and Water Conservation Grant Fund Program to the Anchorage Bowl Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Fund (461900), within the Department of Parks and Recreation, the required match will be provided from the Parks and Recreation Departments Contribution Funds (Fund 461800) and 2017 Park Bond Funds (Fund 461100) all funds will be used for the purpose of upgrading Jewel Lake Park Playground. P.H. 7-17-2018.

9.F.4.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 420-2018. 9.F.5.

Tagged Passions:Utility, parks, utility, capital spending, Capital Spending, Conservation, bond, water, funding, recreation, grant, and program

Resolution No. AR 2018-197, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating 210,084 in the form of a reimbursable grant award from the State of Alaska Land and Water Conservation Grant Fund Program to the Anchorage Bowl Parks and Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Fund (461900), within the Department of Parks and Recreation, the required match will be provided by Parks and Recreation Bond Funds, all funds will be used for the purpose of upgrading Folker Park. P.H. 7-17-2018.

9.F.5.a) Assembly Memorandum No. AM 421-2018.

Tagged Passions:Utility, parks, utility, capital spending, Capital Spending, Conservation, bond, water, funding, recreation, grant, and program

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.

Tagged Passions:taxes and Taxes

Tim Potter and Jim Renkert on behalf of Anchorage Skates, to present a 10,000 check to help offset Municipal Parks and Recreation costs for ice maintenance at the speed skating and fitness oval at Cuddy Family Midtown Park.

12.C. Joel Bacon, regarding C-SPANs 50 Capitals Tour. 12.D. Julie Bleier, regarding the health crisis brought on by illegal encampments.

Tagged Passions:parks, health, and recreation

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 2018-34, 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.A.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 291-2018. (CONTINUED FROM 5-22-18 AND 6-12-18) 13.A.2.

Tagged Passions:hearing, ordinance, housing, business, and crime

Ordinance No. AO 2018-34(S), 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.A.3. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 291-2018(A).

Tagged Passions:ordinance, housing, and crime

14.
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 2018-48, 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. 14.A.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 397-2018. 14.B. 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. 14.B.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 398-2018. 14.C. 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. 14.C.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 399-2018. 14.D. 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. 14.D.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 400-2018. 14.E.

Tagged Passions:parks, telecommunications, subdivision, property, hearing, RFP, education, rfp, ordinance, Telecommunications, surveillance, stormwater, zoning, grant, easement, program, and electric

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.

14.E.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 401-2018. 14.F.

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.

14.F.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 402-2018. 14.G.

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.

14.G.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 403-2018. 14.H.

Tagged Passions:traffic, grant, and program

Resolution No. AR 2018-182, a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating a grant in the amount of 196,500 from the State of Alaska, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, for a Housing and Homeless Services Coordinator and a contribution in the amount of 7,573 from the Areawide General Fund (101), for grant support, all to the State Dir/Fed Pass-Thru Grants Fund (231) within the Office of the Mayor.

14.H.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 406-2018. 14.I. Ordinance No. AO 2018-52, an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Section 12.50.030, Retail Sales Tax on Marijuana and Marijuana Products, to increase the tax rate by two percent, Finance Department/Municipal Treasurer. 14.I.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 405-2018. 14.J.

Tagged Passions:health, Treasurer, taxes, Taxes, TREASURER, services, ordinance, mental health, marijuana, homeless, drugs, finance, sale, grant, and housing

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.

14.K.

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

Resolution No. AR 2018-186, a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly rendering a decision following a public hearing for Assembly-initiated review and review of applicants request for Modification of the Limited Alcoholic Beverages Conditional Use Permit with Special Conditions for a Restaurant/Eating Place approved by AR 2015-261(S), As Amended, for AK Alchemist, LLC, DBA AK Alchemist, holder of Liquor License 5367, located at 103 East 4th Avenue, Anchorage AK, 99501 (Downtown Community Council) (Case 2018-0074), Assembly Chair Dunbar.

14.L. Ordinance No. AO 2018-53, an ordinance amending Anchorage Municipal Code Section 15.20.020 regarding Abatement of Illegal Campsites as Public Nuisances By (1) adding a fifteen day zone-based abatement; (2) clarifying the appeals process, Assembly Member Constant. 14.L.1. Assembly Memorandum No. AM 407-2018.

Tagged Passions:abatement, alcohol, council, restaurants, hearing, license, ordinance, and downtown

15.
SPECIAL ORDERS

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16.
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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