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KETCHIKAN GATEWAY BOROUGH
 
Regular Assembly Meeting AGENDA  AUGUST 19, 2019, 5:30 p.m.
Assembly Chambers, 1900 First Avenue, Suite 144
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1.   Call to Order - Pledge of Allegiance - Roll Call
 
2.   Ceremonial Matters - Presentations, Proclamations, Awards, Guest Introductions
 
3.   Citizen Comments - Comments on any topic other than scheduled public hearings.
 
4.   Scheduled Informational Reports and/or Presentations - Reports on construction progress, financial status, presentations of budgets, audits, and reports or planning documents and related items.
 
a.   Board of Education Report
 
5.   Public Hearings - Procedure: Citizens will sign up on a sheet and testify in the order that they sign up. Citizens may present arguments in favor or in opposition; staff report may be provided; after the close of the public portion of the hearing, the assembly will deliberate and render a decision on the matter at hand.
 
a.   Ordinance 1891 Establishing the Old Dairy Road Service Area and Placing the Question Before the Voters at the October 1, 2019 Regular Borough Election
 
b.   Introduction of Ordinance 1893 Rezoning a Portion of Land in the Ward Cove Area, Located at 7300 Block of Imhoff Avenue, Ketchikan Gateway Borough, from General Commercial (CG) Zone to Heavy Industrial (IH) Zone for the Intended Purpose of a Firearm Manufacturing Facility and Outdoor Gun Range
 
c.   Ordinance 1894 Increasing the Single Unit Sales Tax Cap from $1,000 to $2,000, with an Exclusion for Residential Rent
 
6.   Acceptance of Claims
 
a.   Presentation of Claims for Checks #50705 through #50744 and Electronic Transfers #304882 through #304920 for the Period of 7/29/19 through 8/9/19, and for ACH Transfers and Bank Debits #9005536 through #9005547 for the Period of 7/29/19 through 8/9/19 for Assembly Review and Acceptance
 
7.   Consent Calendar - Matters listed under the consent calendar are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion on these items. Platting or zoning items that are subject to court appeal may not be listed on the consent calendar. If the Mayor or an Assembly Member requests discussion, that item will be removed from the consent calendar and will be considered under Unfinished Business.
 
a.   Approval of Minutes - August 5, 2019 Assembly Meeting
 
b.   Resolution 2813 Appointing the Election Workers and Canvass Board for the October 1, 2019, Regular Borough Election
 
c.   Resolution 2814 Establishing a Sales Tax Holiday on October 12, 2019
 
d.   Resolution 2815 Authorizing the Disposal of a 1986 Caterpillar IT28 Front End Loader through a Competitive Surplus Sale Process
 
e.   Confirmation of Mayor Landis’ Appointment to the Mud Bight Service Area Board
 
f.   Assembly Review of Renewal of Retail Marijuana Store License 10590 Located at 9735 Mud Bay Road - Cannabis Corner
 
g.   Assembly Review of Renewal of Standard Marijuana Cultivation Facility License 10657 Located at 3000 West Tongass Narrows - JWS ENTERPRISES
 
h.   Authorization to Fund the Cost for Stephen Bradford to Attend the Southeast Conference Annual Conference
 
8.   Unfinished Business
 
a.   Transferred Consent Calendar
 
9.   New Business
 
10.   Reports of Committees, Executive, Administrators
 
a.   Manager's Report
 
b.   Mayor's Report
 
c.   Committee Reports
 
11.   Assembly Members' Comments
 
12.   Executive Session - Procedure: Motion is made and voted upon. If adopted, executive session is held. If necessary, action is taken in public session following the executive session. If there is more than one executive session topic, each topic will be handled completely separate from the other.
 
13.   Adjournment - The meeting must adjourn by 10:00 p.m. unless that deadline is extended to 10:30 p.m. by a motion approved by a majority of the assembly members present. Any extension beyond 10:30 p.m. requires a unanimous vote of all assembly members present. If the meeting is not adjourned or extended prior to 10:00 p.m., or such extended time as has been set, the meeting shall automatically recess at that time and shall be reconvened at 5:30 p.m. the following day.
 

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