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2001 Assembly Resolutions

 

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Resolution No. AR 2001-1 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Anchorage Police Officer Jesus Rivera III for his valor, professionalism and service to the community. Resolution No. AR 2001-2 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Anchorage Police Senior Patrol Officer Jean Mills for her perseverance and service to the community.
Resolution No. AR 2001-3 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $37,524 from the State of Alaska, Department of Transportation; and appropriating $825 as a contribution from the 2011 Anchorage Police Department Operating Budget, Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Fund (151) to the State Categorical Grants Fund (231) Anchorage Police Department, for Seat Belt Enforcement. Resolution No. AR 2001-4 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage re-appropriating $250,000 from Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Program Revenues Fund (101) to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241) for the purchase, installation and calibration of equipment for the Vehicle Inspection Program and Air Quality Program.
Resolution No. AR 2001-5 a resolution confirming and levying special assessments for Special Assessment District No. 1P99, which constructed the south portion of 31st Avenue between A Street and C Street, and setting the date of assessment installment payments, interest on unpaid assessments, and providing for penalties and interest in the event of delinquency. Resolution No. AR 2001-6 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly revising the 2001 General Government Operating Budget by appropriating the sum of $20,000 $18,000 from Areawide General Fund (101) Balance to the Department of Assembly to provide funding for close captioned contract.
Resolution No. AR 2001-7 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $425,000 to Areawide General Fund (101), NonDepartmental for contribution to the Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau for 50% of the estimated increase in Hotel-Motel Tax Revenue Collections for 2000. Resolution No. AR 2001-8 a resolution of the Anchorage Assembly waiving protest of renewal of a package store license for Oaken Keg #52 located at 1340 Gambell Street provided certain conditions are imposed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board under AS 04.11.480(C).
Resolution No. AR 2001-9 a resolution of the Anchorage Assembly waiving protest of renewal of a package store license for Oaken Keg #55 located at 1650 W. Northern Lights Blvd. provided certain conditions are imposed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board under AS 04.11.480(C). Resolution No. AR 2001-10 a resolution of the Anchorage Assembly waiving protest of renewal of a package store license for Oaken Keg #56 located at 660 E. Northern Lights Blvd. provided certain conditions are imposed by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board under AS 04.11.480(C).
Resolution No. AR 2001-11 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Chrystal Carr Jeter for her 23 years of service with the Municipality of Anchorage. Resolution No. AR 2001-12 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $56,600 from the Partners for Downtown Progress to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241) for Wellness Court Coordinator services through the Department of Law, Municipal Prosecutor's Office.
Resolution No. AR 2001-13 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly approving a conditional use for sales of an alcoholic beverages conditional use in the B-3 District for a private club per AMC 21.40.180.D.8 located on SLM Subdivision, Block 4, Lot 4;generally located at the northeast corner of East 34th Avenue and Fairbanks Street (Brotherhood, Inc. dba Sodality) (Case 2001-002). Resolution No. AR 2001-14 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $1,304 of revenues from reimbursement of prior year expenses within the State Categorical Grants Fund (231) Planning Department for support of WIA Title IIA Adult Programs.
Resolution No. AR 2001-15 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage providing for the appropriation of $6,040 from donations to the Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261), Cultural and Recreational Services Department, for the purchase of library books and materials. Resolution No. AR 2001-16 a resolution authorizing the Municipality to grant a 20' wide electrical easement within Eagle River Commons Park, Tract R-2, Regional Park Unit No. 3 Subdivision, located near Business Park Boulevard and Regency Drive in Eagle River, Tax #050-101-35.
Resolution No. AR 2001-17 a resolution authorizing the Municipality to grant 50' wide underground utility easement across a portion of Kincaid Park located within Section 5, T12N, R4W, S.M., Alaska, Tax #010-411-16. Resolution No. AR 2001-18 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $56,600 from the Partners for Downtown Progress to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241) for Wellness Court Coordinator services in the Department of Law, Municipal Prosecutor's Office.
Resolution No. AR 2001-19 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage modifying the conditions of renewal for the beverage dispensary liquor license for Anna's Place. Resolution No. AR 2001-20 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Sergeant Gilbert K. Cordell for his 17 years of service with the Anchorage Police Department.
Resolution No. AR 2001-21 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly revising the 2001 General Government Operating Budget by appropriating the sum of $35,000 from Areawide General Fund (101) Balance to NonDepartmental to provide funding for a pass-through grant to the Anchorage School District for the Youth Restitution Program. Resolution No. AR 2001-23 a resolution amending AR 2000-229, also known as Levy Upon Connection (LUC) Roll 2000-W-1, by deleting Item #31, described as TR B, St. Benedicts Subd, Property ID 011-141-82.
Resolution No. AR 2001-24 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage committing itself as a signatory to the Memorandum of Understanding regarding a Comprehensive Wildlife Management Plan, "Living with Wildlife in Anchorage: A Cooperative Planning Effort". Resolution No. AR 2001-25 resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Lieutenant Mark C. Marsh for his 29 years of service with the Anchorage Police Department.
Resolution No. AR 2001-26 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly supporting House Bill 13, "An Act relating to municipal service areas and providing for voter approval of the formation, alteration, or abolishment of certain service areas". Resolution No. AR 2001-27 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appropriating $150,000 from seized and forfeited monies awarded from criminal narcotics cases by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency to the Police Investigation Fund (257) for use by the Anchorage Police Department.
Resolution No. AR 2001-28 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appropriating the sum of $506,104 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Local Law Enforcement Block Grant and $56,234 as a contribution from the 2001 Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Operating Budget Fund (151), Anchorage Police Department, to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241) for the purpose of underwriting projects to reduce crime and improve public safety. Resolution No. AR 2001-29 , a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring Millie I. Webb, National President, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
Resolution No. AR 2001-30 , a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $6,306.17 from the Areawide General Fund (101) Balance to the Assembly to pay the judgment for attorney fees and costs in the matter of Reed v. Municipality of Anchorage, Board of Adjustment. Resolution No. AR 2001-31 a resolution appropriating $52,050 from the Areawide General Fund (101) to the Elections Budget (101-1021) for the purpose of funding the purchase of hardware, software, programming, and on-site election services from Global Election Systems, Inc.