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11. CALL TO ORDER
22. NONSECTARIAN INVOCATION
33. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
44. ROLL CALL
55. REQUEST FOR REMOVAL OF ITEMS FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA AND ANY OTHER PROCEDURAL MOTIONS
66. CITIZENS' COMMENTS - EACH PERSON'S COMMENTS LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES (CITIZENS' COMMENTS SHALL RECESS AT 6:50 P.M. FOR PUBLIC HEARING)
76.a. A citizen may speak on agenda items not scheduled for public hearing (Memorandums, Bid Awards, Unfinished Business {items postponed from previousmeetings, reconsideration, or notice of intent to rescind}, Resolutions, or Ordinances being advanced to a public hearing on a different date). Citizens' comments on Board of Adjustment matters are not permitted.
86.b. Items that are not scheduled on the agenda.
97. APPROVAL OF AGENDA AND CONSENT AGENDA
107.a. Approval of the consent agenda passes all routine items indicated by an asterisk (*) on the agenda. Consent agenda items are not considered separately unless an Assemblymember so requests. Note: If the consent item to be removed is an ordinance up to be introduced, advanced, or referred, it takes two Assemblymembers to remove the item from the consent agenda. In the event of such a request, the item is returned to the general agenda.
118. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
128.a. *Regular Assembly Meeting minutes of January 13, 2022.
138.b. *Regular Assembly Meeting minutes of January 27, 2022.
149. COMMUNICATIONS TO THE ASSEMBLY
159.a. *Contract Award: Cyber Security ServicesNASPO Contract #AR2472Approval of Base Bid, as submitted by Carahsoft Technology Corp in the amount of $154,697.90.
169.b. *Memorandums from Mayor Ward recommending the following Board and Commission appointments and/or reappointments:Mary Priest to the Library CommissionJenny Wappett to the Health and Social Services CommissionAmanda Wright to the Platting BoardCrystal Tidwell to the Planning CommissionSara Harriger and Krystal Lapp to the Sustainability CommissionMary K Hamby to the Historic Preservation Commission
179.c. *Memorandum from Mayor Ward recommending the appointment of various Fire Service Area Commissioners.
189.d. Memorandum from Mindy O'Neall, Presiding Officer, recommending the appointment of Adena Benn as the Deputy Borough Clerk (Elections/Records Management) with an effective date of March 1, 2022.A potential Executive Session for the purpose of discussing and providing direction on the hiring of the new Borough Deputy Clerk and a related ASEA grievance regarding the position and the elimination of the Records Manager position with outside counsel, Borough Attorney, Human Resources Director, Borough Clerk, and Borough Mayor.
1910. MESSAGES FROM THE BOROUGH MAYOR
2010.a. Brief update on the COVID-19 public health emergency.
2110.b. Other Messages.
2211. REPORTS OF STANDING AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES
2312. REPORTS FROM REPRESENTATIVES
2412.a. Report from the City of Fairbanks Representative
2512.b. Report from the City of North Pole Representative
2612.c. Report from the School Board Representative
2713. SPECIAL ORDERS - PUBLIC HEARING AT OR AFTER 7:00 P.M. (EACH PERSON'S COMMENTS LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES)
2813.a. ORDINANCE NO. 2021-20-1Q. An Ordinance Amending The FY 2021-22 Budget By Authorizing A 1.0 Full-time Equivalent (FTE) Employee Position In The Department Of Community Planning For A Code Enforcement Officer. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)
2913.b. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-03. A Resolution Adopting The FY 2023 Capital Improvement Program. (Sponsor: Assembly Finance Committee)
3013.c. ORDINANCE NO. 2022-12. An Ordinance Rezoning Lots 1A And 2 Through 10, Block 13, And Lots 2 Through 9 And 10A, Block 14, Smith Subdivision From Multiple-Family Residential With Special Limitations And Waterways Setback Designation Overlay Zone To Two-Family Residential And A Waterways Setback Designation Overlay Zone Or Other Appropriate Zone (Located North Of Fouts Avenue And South Of The Chena River) (RZ2022-005). (Sponsor: Assembly)
3113.d. ORDINANCE NO. 2021-20-1R. An Ordinance Amending The FY 2021-22 Budget By Appropriating $137,000 From The General Fund Fund Balance And Reappropriating $80,000 From The Department Of The Assembly In The General Fund To The Multi-Year General Subfund And/Or The Capital Projects Fund For The Purchase Of Ballot Precinct Tabulators, Tabulator Accessories And Consumables, Storage For The Tabulators, And On-Site Support Services For Implementation Of The Tabulators In The 2022 Municipal Elections. (Sponsor: Assemblymember O'Neall)
3214. CONSIDERATION OF CALENDAR - UNFINISHED BUSINESS
3314.a. Marijuana License – New – Retail Store – License #29564Rebel Roots, LLCDBA: Rebel Roots, LLC261 Old Steese Hwy NFairbanks, AK 99712
3415. CITIZENS' COMMENTS - EACH PERSON'S COMMENTS LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES (CONTINUATION IF NEEDED)
3515.a. Items that are not scheduled for public hearing - continuation
3616. CONSIDERATION OF CALENDAR - NEW BUSINESS - RESOLUTIONS
3716.a. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-06. A Resolution Requesting The U.S. Army Corp Of Engineers (ACOE) To Extend Public Comment For Permit POA-2013-00286 Regarding The Manh Cho Project And To Hold At Least One Public Hearing In The Fairbanks North Star Borough Prior To Closing Of The Extended Public Comment Period. (Sponsor: Assemblymember Guttenberg)
3816.b. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-07. A Resolution Urging The Alaska State Legislature To Approve Paying Of The Annual Permanent Fund Dividend In Accordance With The Dividend Formula Outlines In Alaska State Statute. (Sponsors: Assemblymembers Lojewski and Tomaszewski)
3916.c. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-08. A Resolution In Support Of Adding A Limited Broadband Utility Power As A Legislative Priority. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)
4016.d. RESOLUTION NO. 2022-09. A Resolution Authorizing The Mayor To Enter Into A Maintenance Agreement With The Alaska Department Of Transportation And Public Facilities And Accepting Maintenance Responsibilities For The South Cushman Extension Road That Shall Be Renovated Under The FAST Improvements Program Design #NFHWY00346 And Construction #NFHWY00603. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)
4117. CONSIDERATION OF CALENDAR - NEW BUSINESS - ORDINANCES TO BE REFERRED TO COMMITTEES OR COMMISSIONS - None
4218. CONSIDERATION OF CALENDAR - NEW BUSINESS - ORDINANCES TO BE INTRODUCED AND ADVANCED TO PUBLIC HEARING
4318.a. *ORDINANCE NO. 2022-13. An Ordinance Amending FNSBC Title 16 Public Procurement And Surplus, To Adjust The Dollar Thresholds For Formal Procurement Procedures, Contract Approval, And Bid Security. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)(Refer to the Finance Committee on March 3, 2022; Advance to March 10, 2022 for Public Hearing)
4418.b. *ORDINANCE NO. 2022-14. An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 2021-20-1D Relating To The Federal Coronavirus State And Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Established Under The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) To Establish Parameters For The Health And Social Services Pass -Through Grants Program. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)(Refer to the Finance Committee on March 3, 2022; Advance to March 10, 2022 for Public Hearing)
4518.c. *ORDINANCE NO. 2021-20-1S. An Ordinance Amending The FY 2021-22 Budget By Appropriating An Additional $1,200,000 From The General Fund Fund Balance To The Transit Enterprise Projects Fund For The Transit Administration And Maintenance Facility Project. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)(Refer to the Finance Committee on March 3, 2022; Advance to March 10, 2022 for Public Hearing)
4618.d. *ORDINANCE NO. 2021-20-1T. An Ordinance Amending The FY 2021-22 Budget By Appropriating $14,741 From The General Fund Fund Balance To The Capital Projects Fund For The Required Match For The South Cushman Extension FAST Area Surface Upgrades Project To Be Constructed By The Alaska Department Of Transportation And Public Facilities. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)(Refer to the Finance Committee on March 3, 2022; Advance to March 10, 2022 for Public Hearing)
4719. CITIZENS' COMMENTS - EACH PERSON'S COMMENTS LIMITED TO 3 MINUTES (CONTINUATION IF NEEDED)
4819.a. Items that are not scheduled on the agenda.
4920. ASSEMBLYMEMBERS' COMMENTS
5021. ADJOURN TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2022 AT 5:30 P.M. (IF NEEDED)