The January 1st, 2019, Regular City Council Meeting has been cancelled. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 in the City Hall Council Chambers
We are scheduling a Basic Firefighter Class on POW during the last weekend in January Jan. 25, 26, & 27th. This class will be a 3 day initial class + 1 or 2 follow up days. You must attend all training days to obtain your state certification. We will split the cost of the class among the students equally. The state gave us a tentative 10,000 cost. We have a small donation to start us off. We believe the cost per person will be between 200 – 500 dollars.
If you are interested in taking this class and want to be included on the tentative class roster please fill out the following form. After we get a class list we will give you an estimated price per person.
For more information go to the state site: https://dps.alaska.gov/fire/bfast/ruralfireprotection
I will send everyone the skill sheets and basic paperwork after you register.
Click on the link below to sign up for this training
COMMISSION MEMBERS NEEDED:
Thorne Bay is currently seeking persons interested in being appointed to the following Boards and Commissions:
Planning & Zoning Commission – (7 vacancies) Planning Commission Performs the city-wide functions of planning,platting and zoning for the city. This commission shall consider and advise the city council concerning the removal, location, widening, narrowing, vacating,abandonment, change of use, or extension of streets, alleys, grounds, open spaces, and buildings. The Commissions consists of not more than 11, but not less than 5 commission members. Meets the 1st Monday of every Month.
Streets & Roads Commission – (7 vacancies) a 7-member advisory commission – develops and prepares a priority program for the maintenance, repair, construction and funding of roadways within the City of Thorne Bay. The priority program shall address but not be limited to vehicle and pedestrian safety, present and future uses, road classification, right of way and roadway ownership, parking and economic impacts to the local business,residents and city in general. Recommendations should be based on sound engineering practices using local, state and federal guidelines for streets and roads. (Meeting dates have not been established)
The City of Thorne Bay is asking that anyone with interest in the Streets and Roads Maintenance within Thorne Bay, sign up for the commission. We need the community feedback to determine the best actions for moving forward on a long term maintenance plan.
Contact the City Clerk for the complete Commission Recruitment Posting, or visit our website at www.thornebay-ak.gov/current-issues/
Streets and Roads Commission.
This commission will consist of 7 members.
The streets and roads commission shall consist of members from the community and the number of commission members shall be:
two (2) from the South Thorne Bay Subdivision,
two (2) from North Thorne Bay,
one (1) from the Goose Creek Subdivision,
one (1) from Greentree Heights Subdivision, and
one (1) at large member.
All of who shall be property owners within their respective areas. Members shall be appointed by the chief administrative officer and confirmed by the council. Commission members shall elect a chairperson from members, subject to confirmation by the council, to conduct the affairs of the commission.
The East Prince of Wales Fish and Game Advisory Committee (EPOW AC) will be holding a public meeting & elections in the Thorne Bay City Hall council chambers on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 6:00pm.
Agenda items will include the following items:
- Presentation and Q&A about Advisory Committees with Fish & Game staff
- Election of Advisory Committee members and officers
- Discussion of Board of Game topics, Board of Fisheries topics
For further information contact Jessalynn Rintala. To be added to the electronic email notices for EPOW AC Meetings, please send an email to Jessalynn at the address below.
Advisory committees are local groups that meet to discuss fishing and wildlife issues and to provide recommendations to Alaska Board of Fisheries and Alaska Board of Game. All meetings are open to the public. Advisory Committees are intended to provide a local forum on fish and wildlife issues. Their purpose includes: 1) developing regulatory proposals, 2) evaluating regulatory proposals and making recommendations to the appropriate board, 3) providing a local forum for fish and wildlife conservation and use, including matters relating to habitat, 4) advising the appropriate regional council on resources, and 5) consulting with individuals, organizations, and agencies.
If you are a person who needs a special accommodation in order to participate in any of these public meetings, please contact Jessalynn at 907-465-6097 no later than 48 hours prior to the meeting, to make any necessary arrangements.
For updates to this agenda or to view the minutes after the meeting, https://aws.state.ak.us/OnlinePublicNotices/Notices/View.aspx?id=192165.
Boards Support Section
PO Box 115526
Juneau AK 99811-5526