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2005 Assembly Resolutions

 

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Resolution No. AR 2005-326 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly and Mayor Mark Begich recognizing the selfless action and heroic efforts of the Alaska volunteers who responded to the call for assistance after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated the Gulf Coast. Resolution No. AR 2005-327 a resolution supporting participation in the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) CityLinks Program.
Resolution No. AR 2005-328 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage providing for the appropriation of a grant totaling $2,000 from the American Library Association Miscellaneous Operational Grants Fund (261) and $40 as a voluntary contribution from the 2005 Library Operating Budget Areawide General Fund (101), Office of Economic and Community Development for the Investor Education Grant, Library. Resolution No. AR 2005-329 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $37,750 to the Areawide General Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (401), $56,427 to the Anchorage Fire Service Area Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (431), $383,650 to the Anchorage Roads And Drainage Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (441), $19,974 to the Anchorage Police Service Area Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (451), $17,478 to the Anchorage Parks And Recreation Service Area Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (461), and $7,790 to the Public Transportation Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Fund (485) of 2004 General Obligation Series “C” bond premium for the payment of bond issuance costs.
Resolution No. AR 2005-330 a resolution of the Municipality of Anchorage appropriating $35,871 from disposal of vehicles and insurance recoveries to the Areawide General Fund (101) to be contributed and appropriated to the Public Transportation Capital Improvement Fund (485) and authorizing the acceptance of a Federal Transit Administration Section 5307 Grant and appropriating $2,287,200 from the Federal Transit Administration to the Public Transportation Capital Improvement fund (485) for the purchase of capital items and $288,000 from the Federal Transit Administration along with $72,000 for local matching funds from the Public Transportation Department’s 2005 Operating Budget as a contribution to the Federal Categorical Grants Fund (241) for the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) operating assistance and short range transit planning. Resolution No. AR 2005-331 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly and Mayor Mark Begich naming the Board Room of the Z. J. Loussac Public Library in honor of Alden Todd in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the Municipality of Anchorage.
Resolution No. AR 2005-332 a resolution of the Anchorage Municipal Assembly and Mayor Mark Begich renaming Birch Park as Bob and Arlene Cross Park in recognition of their outstanding contribution to the Municipality of Anchorage. Resolution No. AR 2005-333 a resolution approving the purchase and acquisition of real property legally described as Tract B2B, Commodore Park Subdivision, zoned R3SL and containing approximately 8.11 acres, for fair market value for an amount not to exceed $1,200,000.
Resolution No. AR 2005-334 a resolution approving the purposes and activities of CIVICVentures, a Non-Profit Corporation, and tax-exempt revenue bonds to be issued by CIVICVentures for financing the costs of a new civic and convention center and related facilities, Finance. Resolution No. AR 2005-335 a resolution authorizing eminent domain proceedings for ten parcels comprising the South Half of Block 70, Original Anchorage Townsite for the parking component of the new convention center.