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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS

MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH ASSEMBLY

All meetings of recognized boards, committees, and commissions of the Borough are open to the public and are held at Borough offices, 350 E. Dahlia Ave., Palmer, AK, unless specified otherwise. Three or more Assembly Members may be present at advertised public meetings of federal, state, and local governments or other entities. Meetings are scheduled as follows:

The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly will hold Regular Assembly meeting on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 6:00 pm, at the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer. A public hearing will be held on the following items:

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

BOARD DATE TIME LOCATION Enhanced 911 Advisory Board 07/10/12 9:00 am Cottonwood Public Safety Building, Station 6-5 07/10/12 2:00 pm New Horizons Telecom, Wastewater & Septage    CANCELLED Advisory Board 901 Cope Industrial Way, Palmer Abbreviated Plat 07/11/12 8:30 am Mat-Su Borough Gym Talkeetna Sewer & Water SSA 07/11/12 3:00 pm Talkeetna Public Safety Building Board of Supervisors Circle View & Stampede Estates 07/11/12 7:00 pm Butte Public Safety Building Flood & Water Erosion Control SSA Board of Supervisors Aviation Advisory Board 07/12/12 2:30 pm New Horizons Telecom, 901 Cope Industrial Way, Palmer Greater Butte RSA Board of Supervisors 07/12/12 6:00 pm Mat-Su Borough Operations & Maintenance Building Joint Aviation Advisory Board/Parks, 07/12/12 6:00 pm Matanuska Telephone, Recreation & Trails Advisory Board Meeting Association, 480 Commercial Drive, Palmer Greater Talkeetna RSA Board of Supervisors 07/12/12 7:00 pm Talkeetna Public Safety Building Willow FSA Board of Supervisors 07/12/12 7:00 pm Willow Public Safety Building Office of Administrative Hearings 07/13/12   10:30 am Animal Care & Regulation Re: Case No. 12-01, Appeal the Forfeiture Shelter Classroom, of “Throttle”; Leta Belardi, Appellant 9470 E. Chanlyut Circle, Palmer (Next to Landfill) Port Commission 07/16/12 3:00 pm Central Mat-Su Public Safety Building Planning Commission 07/16/12 6:00 pm Mat-Su Borough School District Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer Transportation Advisory Board Work Session 07/17/12 2:30 pm New Horizons Telecom, Re: CIP (Previously scheduled 07/09/12) 901 Cope Industrial Way, Palmer Assembly Special Meeting Re: Annual 07/17/12 4:30 pm Mat-Su Borough School District Evaluation of the Borough Clerk Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer Assembly Regular Meeting 07/17/12 6:00 pm Mat-Su Borough School District Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer Abbreviated Plat 07/18/12 8:30 am Mat-Su Borough Gym Local Emergency Planning Committee 07/18/12 7:00 pm Central Mat-Su Public Safety Building Platting Board 07/19/12 8:30 am Mat-Su Borough School District Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer Local Road Service Area Advisory Board 07/19/12 6:30 pm MASCOT, 225 W. Riley, Wasilla Parks, Recreation & Trails Advisory Board 07/23/12 5:00 pm Central Mat-Su Public Safety Building

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If you would like further information on any of these meetings or are interested in serving on any of the advisory boards, please call the Borough Clerk’s Office at 745-9683, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Borough Website is: http://www.matsugov.us. Disabled persons needing reasonable accommodation in order to participate at a Borough Board/ Commission meeting should contact the Borough ADA Coordinator at 746-7432 at least one week in advance of the meeting. The Planning Team meetings scheduled are: (Planning teams consist of Planning staff and members of the public who are appointed by the Planning Commission to work on community comprehensive plans and special land use districts, and community planning meetings.) Meadow Lakes SpUD Planning Team Meeting 07/23/12 7:00 pm Birch Creek Villas Senior Housing, 1210 Kim Drive, Wasilla

2. Ordinance Serial No. 12-086: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AND APPROPRIATING A $20,000 ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND REQUESTING A REAPPROPRIATION $2,222 FROM THE BUTTE FIRE SERVICE AREA FISCAL YEAR 2013 OPERATING BUDGET, FUND 251, TO PROJECT NO. 20144, FUND 405, FOR FIRE TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AND PREVENTION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO WILDLAND FIRE. a. Resolution Serial No. 12-078: A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR THE ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND MATCHING FUNDS FOR BUTTE FIRE SERVICE AREA, PROJECT NO. 20144, FUND 405. (1) IM No. 12-122 3. Ordinance Serial No. 12-087: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING, APPROPRIATING, AND APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR A $8,511.92 ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND REQUESTING A REAPPROPRIATION OF $945.76 FROM THE CASWELL LAKES FIRE SERVICE AREA FISCAL YEAR 2013 OPERATING BUDGET, FUND 248, TO PROJECT NO. 20150, FUND 405, FOR FIRE TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AND PREVENTION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO WILDLAND FIRE. a. Resolution Serial No. 12-079: A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR THE ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND MATCHING FUNDS FOR CASWELL LAKES FIRE SERVICE AREA, PROJECT NO. 20150, FUND 405. (1) IM No. 12-123 4. Ordinance Serial No. 12-088: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING, APPROPRIATING, AND APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR A $11,873.51 ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND REQUESTING A REAPPROPRIATION OF $1,319.27 FROM THE WILLOW FIRE SERVICE AREA FISCAL YEAR 2013 OPERATING BUDGET, FUND 258, TO PROJECT NO. 20146, FUND 405, FOR FIRE TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AND PREVENTION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO WILDLAND FIRE. a. Resolution Serial No. 12-080: A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR THE ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND MATCHING FUNDS FOR WILLOW FIRE SERVICE AREA, PROJECT NO. 20146, FUND 405. (1) IM No. 12-124 5.  Ordinance Serial No. 12-089: AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE SALE OF CERTAIN BOROUGH-WIDE REAL PROPERTY ACQUIRED THROUGH TAX FORECLOSURE FOR DELINQUENT REAL PROPERTY TAXES YEARS 1993 AND PRIOR, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, AND 2012 AND NOT NEEDED FOR PUBLIC PURPOSE. a. IM No. 12-129 6.  Ordinance Serial No. 12-090: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AND APPROPRIATING $20,000 FROM THE FISHHOOK COMMUNITY COUNCIL TO FUND 430, PROJECT NO. 35187, HATCHER PASS ACCESS ROAD AND TRANSIT FACILITY, REAPPROPRIATING $28,000 FROM FUND 440, PROJECT NO. 15040, $100,000 FROM FUND 480, PROJECT NO. 20332, AND $20,000 FROM FUND 475, PROJECT NO. 20343 TO FUND 430, PROJECT NO. 35187, HATCHER PASS ACCESS ROAD, TRANSIT AND COMMUNITY FACILITY. a. Resolution Serial No. 12-082: A RESOLUTION AMENDING THE BUDGETS FOR PROJECT NO. 15040, PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS, PROJECT NO. 20332, TRAFFIC CALMING, PROJECT NO. 20343, MASCOT, AND PROJECT NO. 35187, HATCHER PASS ACCESS ROAD AND TRANSIT FACILITY, TO SUPPLEMENT THE FUNDING TO ALLOW THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE TRANSIT FACILITY AND BUS ACCOMMODATIONS. (1) IM No. 12-139 (2) IM No. 12-119 LONNIE R. MCKECHNIE, CMC, Borough Clerk

The Community Council meetings scheduled are: (Community Councils are not agencies or subgroups of the Borough)

Big Lake Community Council 07/11/12 7:00 pm Big Lake Elementary School Butte Community Council 07/11/12 7:00 pm Butte Community Hall Chickaloon Community Council 07/11/12 7:00 pm Chickaloon Community Hall, Mile 76, Glenn Highway Meadow Lakes Community Council 07/11/12 7:00 pm Meadow Lakes Senior Housing Complex, Birch Creek Villas Knik-Fairview Community Council 07/18/12 6:30 pm Knik Public Safety Building, Station 6-2 Chase Community Council 07/19/12 6:30 pm Alaska Railroad Gravel Pit, Mile 232, Alaska Railroad Trapper Creek Community Council 07/19/12 6:30 pm Trapper Creek Community Building Publish:  July 08, 2012

1. Ordinance Serial No. 12-085: AN ORDINANCE ACCEPTING AND APPROPRIATING A $15,452.60 ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND REQUESTING A REAPPROPRIATION OF $1,716.95 FROM THE SUTTON FIRE SERVICE AREA FISCAL YEAR 2013 OPERATING BUDGET, FUND 253, TO PROJECT NO. 20255, FUND 405, FOR FIRE TRAINING AND EQUIPMENT AND PREVENTION ACTIVITIES RELATED TO WILDLAND FIRE. a. Resolution Serial No. 12-077: A RESOLUTION APPROVING THE SCOPE OF WORK AND BUDGET FOR THE ALASKA STATE DIVISION OF FORESTRY VOLUNTEER FIRE ASSISTANCE GRANT AND MATCHING FUNDS FOR SUTTON FIRE SERVICE AREA, PROJECT NO. 20255, FUND 405. (1) IM No. 12-121

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Publish:  July 08, 2012

MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH

PLATTING BOARD AGENDA JULY 19, 2012

I.

CALL TO ORDER A. Pledge of Allegiance B. Introduction of Platting Board & Staff C. Approval of the Agenda

II.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES A. July 5, 2012

III. UNFINISHED BUSINESS IV.

MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH

ABBREVIATED PLAT JULY 18, 2012

Application has been received for the right-of-way acquisition plat hearing for the following: CITY OF WASILLA (owners/petitioners): To define the area needed for the South Mack Drive Extension Right-of-Way Acquisition Plat to provide a 4.4 mile closer transportation link between the W. Parks Hwy and S. Knik-Goose Bay Road than Vine Road. The project will be done in 2 phases. At the completion of phase 1 the road name from the W. Parks Highway to S. Knik-Goose Bay Road will become S. Clapp Road. Located within Sec 07, 18 & 19, T17N, R01W & Sec 13 & 24, T17N, R02W, S.M. AK., a copy is available for viewing at the Wasilla Public Libaray & at City Hall in the Public Works Department. Community Council Area: City of Wasilla / Knik Fairview Assembly District: #4 Steve Colligan & #5 Darcie Salmon This public hearing will convene at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, July 18, 2012, in the MAT-SU BOROUGH GYM of the Dorothy Swanda Jones Bldg, 350 E. Dahlia Avenue, Palmer, Alaska. The public is invited to attend and participate. Written testimony will be accepted if received prior to the hearing. Please Mail to: Paul Hulbert, Platting Officer, MSB Platting Division, 350 E Dahlia Ave, Palmer, AK 99645 or FAX 7467407 (Phone 907-745-9874). In order to be eligible to file an appeal from a decision of the Platting Officer, a person must be designated an interested party pursuant to MSB 15.39.010. An interested party means (a) the applicant before the Platting Officer; or (b) any person affected by the decision who appeared before the Platting Officer and made oral or written presentation. The procedures governing appeals to the Platting Board are contained in MSB 43.35.003, which is available on the borough Internet home page (www.matsugov.us), in the Borough Clerk’s office, or at various libraries within the borough. Publish: July 10, 2012

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PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. RICHARD & SHIELA FERN (owners/petitioners): The request is to remove plat note #11 and remove the Private Park note on Lot 18, Block 1, LAZY ACRES SUBDIVISION (Plat #75-36) and also remove plat note #9 on Lazy Acres Subdivision Addition 1 (Plat 75-37). The plat notes state that Lot 18, Block 1 Lazy Acres is dedicated for the private use of all individual lot owners within the two subdivisions listed above. The current owners bought the lot at a foreclosure sale and they want to use it as a home site. Alaska Statue 29.40.120 requires that the owners of a majority of the land affected can petition the platting authority to alter a recorded plat. There are 60 lots in the 2 subdivisions and the petitioners gathered 38 signatures from the lot owners. Continued from January 19, 2012 Platting Board Hearing. Located within NE ¼ Sec 01, T17N, R01E, S.M. AK., lying south of E. Smith Road. Community Council Area: Butte Assembly District: #1 Warren Keogh B.  MARION I. ANTONI (owners/petitioners): The request is to divide Parcel 1 of MSB Waiver 2001-128-PWm into 7 lots and 1 tract to be known as ANTONI ESTATES, containing 77.43 acres +/-. Located within NW ¼ Sec 27, T18N, R01W, S.M. AK., lying west of E. Schrock Road & south of E. Wilmington Drive. Community Council Area: Tanaina (inactive)  Assembly District: #6 Jim Colver V. MISCELLANEOUS VI. RECONSIDERATIONS/APPEALS VII. PERSONS TO BE HEARD VIII. PLATTING OFFICER COMMENTS IX. BOARD COMMENTS

THE PLATTING BOARD WILL CONVENE AT 8:30 a.m. on July 19, 2012, in the Assembly Hall of the Mat-Su Borough School District Administration Building, 501 N. Gulkana Street, Palmer, Alaska. If you would like to send comments regarding the proposed action, please mail to MSB, Platting Division, Ave,Colligan, Palmer, faxK.toSalmon, 746-7407. Comments received by 3:00 PM one week Ronald Arvin,350 #3 E. Dahlia Steve #4 AK 99645 or Darcie #5 Jim Colver, #6 Vern Halter, #7 373-6685 prior to the meeting 373-1502 will be included in232-8080 746-5300 the Platting Board packet. Comments received 355-1328 up to 4:00 PM ronarvin@mtaonline.net stevecolligan@mtaonline.net darciesalmon@mtaonline.net jimcolver@mtaonline.net vernhalter@mtaonline.net one day prior to the meeting will be given to the Platting Board in a “Hand Out” packet the day of the meeting.

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Larry DeVilbiss, Mayor 745-9682 larry.devilbiss@matsugov.us

Warren Keogh, #1 745-1161 warrenkeogh.district1@gmail.com

MATANUSKA-SUSITNA BOROUGH

Noel Woods, #2 745-3027 noelwoods@mtaonline.net

Public Notice

The Hatcher Pass/Government Peak Recreational Area Access project timber that was cleared from the site will be made available beginning Saturday, July 21, and ending Saturday, August 4. A $25 permit is required and may be obtained from the Land & Resource Management Division between the hours of 8am-5pm, Mon-Fri. beginning Wednesday, July 18 at the Mat-Su Borough Administration Building, Dorothy Swanda Jones Building, located at 350 E. Dahlia Avenue, Palmer. The permit must be in your possession during the removal of wood from the site. The cost for each cord of wood is $25 with a maximum of three cords per household per year. Please call the Land & Resource Management Division at 745-9869 if you have any questions. Locations and dates for removal will be posted on the Hatcher Pass Recreation Area’s Facebook page and on this project website.

Larry DeVilbiss, Mayor 745-9682 larry.devilbiss@matsugov.us

Warren Keogh, #1 745-1161 warrenkeogh.district1@gmail.com

Noel Woods, #2 745-3027 noelwoods@mtaonline.net

In order to be eligible to file an appeal from a decision of the Platting Board, a person must be designated an interested party pursuant to MSB 15.39.010. The procedures governing appeals to the Board of Adjustment & Appeals are contained in MSB 15.39.010-250, which is available on the borough Internet home page located at (www.matsugov.us), or at various libraries within the borough. Publish: July 10, 2012

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ANIMAL CARE AND REGULATION BOARD Did you know...? Within the borough, no person shall own any dog or cat over the age of six months without registering each dog or cat. (MSB 24.10.010) If you have any questions please call the Animal Care and Regulation Shelter at 746-5500.

Ronald Arvin, #3 373-6685 ronarvin@mtaonline.net

Steve Colligan, #4 373-1502 stevecolligan@mtaonline.net

Darcie K. Salmon, #5 232-8080 darciesalmon@mtaonline.net

Jim Colver, #6 746-5300 jimcolver@mtaonline.net

To see a complete listing of all boards and commissions, please go to http://www.matsugov.us/Clerk/boards-commission and scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on membership.

Vern Halter, #7 355-1328 vernhalter@mtaonline.net


Matanuska-Susitna Borough