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Resolution No. AR 2004-214 resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly stating its temporary non-objection to the transfer of ownership of the restaurant/eating place license operated at the Villa Nova Restaurant located at 5121 Arctic Boulevard, Suite 1, Anchorage, Alaska Resolution No. AR 2004-215 a resolution amending Anchorage Municipal Code of Regulations Chapters 21.10, 21.11 and 21.12 to establish uniform procedures for Planning and Zoning Commission, Platting Board, Zoning Board of Examiners and Appeals and Urban Design Commission for issuing decisions and modifying procedures regarding allegations of new evidence or changed circumstances.
Resolution No. AR 2004-216 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly honoring and thanking Alejandro (Alex) Vargas for many years of displaying his culinary arts and friendship to the employees of City Hall. Resolution No. AR 2004-217 a resolution authorizing the Municipality to grant a telecommunication easement to Matanuska Telephone Association, Inc., in the northeast corner of Tract 3, Eagleridge Subdivision Phase A, Plat 81-292, within Section 13, T14N, R2W, S.M., Alaska, located at Gruening Middle School site near Eagle River Road, Tax #050-872-01.
Resolution No. AR 2004-218 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, confirming and levying special assessments for sanitary sewer improvements for Hansen Sand Lake Lateral Improvement District (LID) 1436, setting date of payment and providing for penalties and interest in the event of delinquency. Resolution No. AR 2004-219(s) a resolution authorizing the Municipality of Anchorage to grant an electrical easement to Matanuska Electric Association, Inc. (MEA) and Matanuska Telephone Association (MTA) across a portion of Tract B, Eagle Bluff Subdivision, (Tax ID #060-031-27), a portion of HLB Parcel 1-085 and managed by Eagle River Parks and Recreation.
Resolution No. AR 2004-220 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $86,333 to the Areawide General Fund CIP Fund (401), $134,516 to the Anchorage Fire Service Area CIP Fund (431), $698,276 to the Anchorage Roads and Drainage CIP Fund (441), $38,597 to the Anchorage Parks and Recreation Service Area CIP Fund (461), $12,189 to the Eagle River/Chugiak Parks and Recreation CIP Fund (462), and $11,285 to the Public Transportation CIP Fund (485) of General Obligation Series “A: bond premium for the payment of bond issuance costs. Resolution No. AR 2004-221 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage authorizing the Administration to apply for low income Weatherization Assistance Program grant funds from Alaska Housing Finance Corporation.
Resolution No. AR 2004-222 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly approving an alcoholic beverages conditional use in the B-3 SL District for a new restaurant or eating place use per AMC 21.40.180 D.8 for Manriques Brasserie Restaurant; located on Lot A, Block 2, Bel Aire Subdivision; site address being 701 West 36th Avenue, Suite #A-17; located in the Olympic Center Mall; generally located on the northeast corner of Arctic Boulevard and West 36th Avenue. Resolution No. AR 2004-223 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appropriating $40,250 from the State of Alaska, Department of Community and Economic Development, to the State Categorical Grants Fund (231) for continuing implementation of the Anchorage Coastal Management Program.
Resolution No. AR 2004-224 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $2,813,220 as a grant from the State of Alaska Division of Homeland Security and contributions of $19,241 from Areawide General Operating Fund (101), Office of Emergency Management; $4,699 from Areawide General Operating Fund (101), Health and Human Services; $6,713 from Areawide General Operating Fund (101), Public Transportation; $47,122 from Anchorage Fire Service Area Operating Fund (131), Fire; $53,613 from Anchorage Metropolitan Police Service Area Operating Fund (151), Police; $5,370 from Areawide General Operating Fund (101), Maintenance and Operations; $11,412 from Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area Fund (141), Maintenance and Operations; $1,750 from Areawide General Operating Fund (141), Traffic; $1,070 from Anchorage Roads and Drainage Service Area Fund (141), Traffic to State Categorical Grants Fund (231) for the purchase of terrorism response and prevention equipment, Citizens Corps Program, and emergency planning consultation by the Office of the Municipal Manager, Emergency Operations Center. Resolution No. AR 2004-225 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating the sum of $478,927 from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities as a pass through grant from the Federal Highway Administration to the State Categorical Grants Fund (231) Department of Health and Human Services for a Block Heater Installation Program.
Resolution No. AR 2004-226 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating the sum of $336,249 from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities as a pass through grant from the Federal Highway Administration to the State Categorical Grants Fund (231) Department of Health and Human Services for Air Quality Public and Business Awareness Education. Resolution No. AR 2004-227 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $8,500 from a National Park Service grant to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241), Economic and Community Development, for Iditarod National Historic Trail improvements.
Resolution No. AR 2004-228 a resolution authorizing the disposal of a municipal interest, via relinquishment, on Lots 1 and 4, Block 3, Fyfe Subdivision located in the S1/2 Section 32, T13N, R3W, SM, Alaska, Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility. Resolution No. AR 2004-229 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $595,750 as a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241), Department of Health and Human Services to fund Family Planning Services.
Resolution No. AR 2004-230 a resolution appropriating $298,704of revenue from the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to the State Categorical Grants Fund 231 to the Project Management & Engineering Department for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit services provided in 2004. Resolution No. AR 2004-231 a resolution authorizing the Municipality to grant an easement to Enstar Natural Gas Company to provide increased gas volume to the new Eagle River High School within Section 14, T14N, R2W, Seward Meridian, Alaska, located between the New Glenn Highway and Yosemite Drive and north of Hiland Road, Tax Nos. 060-041-16, 060-041-17, 060-041-18, 060-061-05, and 060-061-06.
Resolution No. AR 2004-232 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly appropriating $297,366.04 of unappropriated revenues from the sale of municipal property. Resolution No. AR 2004-233 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $478,646 to the State Categorical Grants Fund (231), Department of Public Transportation from the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services to assist in the funding of coordinated transportation services for senior citizens within the Municipality of Anchorage.
Resolution No. AR 2004-234 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing the first Annual Mayor’s Diversity Week, September 26 through October 3, 2004. Resolution No. AR 2004-235 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly recognizing and honoring William R. Robb for his 23 years of service with the Municipality of Anchorage.
Resolution No. AR 2004-236 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly joining the National League of Cities in calling for a National Domestic Agenda in 2005 that supports families and children, puts affordable housing and home ownership within reach of every American, grows our local economies to increase jobs and opportunities to learn new skills, and supporting all governments working together to better serve Americans. Resolution No. AR 2004-237 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $39,000 from the Information Technology Fund (607), Net Assets to the Information Technology Fund (608) CIP to expand the PBX Communications System in the Planning and Development Center.
Resolution No. AR 2004-238 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage to appropriate $248,900 from the Heritage Land Bank Fund Balance (221) to the Heritage Land Bank Operating Budget for professional services expenses associated with the Abbott/Bragaw Road Extension, the Downtown Convention Center, and the Tudor Road-Lake Otis Parkway Acquisition Projects. Resolution No. AR 2004-239 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage to provide $667,607 to the State of Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to fulfill the local match contribution for construction of the Ship Creek Trail Project Phase III.
Resolution No. AR 2004-240 a resolution approving acquisition of real property and/or business interests at the intersection of Lake Otis Parkway and Tudor Road for right-of-way at fair market value and appropriating from Heritage Land Bank Operating Fund (221) to Heritage Land Bank Capital Fund (421) for an amount not to exceed $2,776,000 for right-of-way acquisitions. Resolution No. AR 2004-241 As Amended a resolution approving the 2005-2010 Municipal Utilities Capital Improvement Program.
Resolution No. AR 2004-242(S) As Amended a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage adopting the 2005-2010 General Government Capital Improvement Program. Resolution No. AR 2004-243 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $500,000 to the Public Transportation CIP Fund (485) from the Federal Highway Administration through the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities to provide funding for purchase of automated operating systems. This purchase will aid in congestion management and air quality mitigation through increased efficiencies in the delivery of public transportation service within the Municipality of Anchorage.