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
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.
NOTICE OF INTENT TO LEASE:
The City Council will be voting on whether or not to offer for lease up to one-acre (1 acre) of land located in South Thore Bay, at the Davidson Landing Harbor Grounds.
Interested persons must submit a letter of interest to the City Planning Official.
See the complete notice for this intent in the November 20, 2018-Regular City Council Agenda Packet.
Comments should be submitted during the Public Comment time during the November 20th City Council Meeting.
Additional Inquiries should be submitted to the City Clerk at City Hall 120 Freeman Drive, email to email@example.com, or by phone at (907) 828-3380.
NOVEMBER REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS:
November 20, 2018, (Regular City Council Meeting)
This meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., with Workshop at 6:00 p.m.
Dear POW Opioid and Addiction Task Force Members and Friends,
A friendly Invite and reminder of the Friday Nov. 16th Gratitude Dinner at 6 PM at the Craig High School Commons and Auditorium.
The Craig and Klawock AC Stores have generously donated the beef for the main course of Pot Roast with vegetables. We are asking folks to bring a side dish or dessert to share.
The Showing of “Hooked” KPU Documentary will take place directly after dinner. A locally produced film on addiction, treatment and community. You may recognize some of the people in this film.
Everyone in our community is invited. The connections within community is what makes our island healthy and supportive to friends and families that are healing from addiction.
We would also like to thank the Prince of Wales Health Network for supporting this event.
For the POW Opioid and Addiction Task Force,
Colleen M. Watson BSN, RN
Public Health Nurse III
Craig Public Health Center
PO Box 130
Craig, AK 99921
“Building Resilience Through Connectedness to Family, Friends, Community and Culture.
A Foundation for Strength”
NOTICE OF CITY COUNCIL MEETING FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 2018:
There will be a Regular Meeting of the City Council on November 20, 2018, in the City Hall Council Chambers. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m., with Workshop at 6:00 p.m.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.