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Story last updated at 6:17 PM on Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Assembly meets in Homer on Tuesday

By McKibben Jackinsky
Staff Writer

Several items of specific importance to the southern Kenai Peninsula are on the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly's agenda when the assembly meets in Homer on Tuesday.

Committee meetings begin at 2:45 p.m., with the regular evening meeting at 7 p.m.


• Homer Soil and Water Conservation District: assessing the function and values of Kenai Peninsula wetlands;

• South Peninsula Hospital: quarterly report.

Mayor's report:

n Authorization to award Basargin Road improvements project to Paul's Services.

Public hearing on ordinances:

• Ordinance 2011-19-11; accepting and appropriating $8,998,000 from the state of Alaska for the Homer Solid Waste Transfer Facility construction project;

• Ordinance 2011-19-13: Accepting a grant in the amount of $350,000 from the state of Alaska and appropriating $450,000 to the Kachemak Emergency Service Area capital budget for the Diamond Ridge fire station and equipment building project;

• Ordinance 2011-19-17: Appropriating $58,600 in supplemental funding for the purchase of supplies and equipment by the Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Service area;

• Ordinance 2011-19-18: Appropriating $723,410 to the Special Assessment Fund for the Anchor Point Natural Gas Line Utility Special Assessment District.

New business:

• Resolution 2011-090: A resolution to form the district and proceed with improvement of the Anchor Point Utility Special Assessment District for a natural gas main line;

• Resolution 2011-097: Classifying borough land located within the Homer city limits, located within Section 15, T6S R13W, S.M., Alaska, containing 80 acres more or less, pursuant to KPB 17.10.080;

• Resolution 2011-098: Requesting Gov. Sean Parnell include in his FY2013 capital budget request sufficient funds to allow completion of the natural gas pipeline from Anchor Point to Kachemak City;

• Ordinance 2011-38: Amending KPB 2.56.030 to incorporate the 2010 Homer Spit Plan into the city of Homer Comprehensive Plan;

• Confirming the appointment of Brok Shafer to the Anchor Point Advisory Planning Commission, Seat C.

For the full agenda, see page 2 of today's Real Estate and Business section.