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FY2022-14

FY2021-38

Amending the Kodiak Fisheries Work Group Scope and Authority

FY2021-14

Records Retention Schedule for EOC

FY2021-13

Issue A Refunding Revenue Bond To Refund All Or A Portion Of The Principal Installments Of The Outstanding Long-Term Care Center Revenue Bond, Series 2013 (Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center),

FY2021-12

Ratifying and Certifying the Results of the October 6, 2020 Municipal Election

FY2021-11

Establishing By Mail Precincts Where The Voter Turnout Was Less Than One Hundred (100) Voters At The Last Regular Election For The Regular Municipal Election, October 6, 2020.

FY2021-10A

Amending resolution No. FY2021-10 approving Kodiak Borough CARES nonprofit grants, and assigning its distribution.

FY2021-09

Salonie Creek

FY2021-08

Alaska Department Of Public Safety, Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funds For Local Public Safety Agency Grant.

FY2021-07

CARES ACT Funding

FY2021-06

Accepting A Grant (PUE) Fire Fighters

FY2021-05

Use of Facilities Fund Ballot Measure

FY2021-04

Approving Fiscal Year 2021 Nonprofit Funding

FY2021-03

Receiving The 2019 Certified Real And Personal Property Tax Roll,

FY2021-02

Reestablishing The Fees Of The Kodiak Island Borough

FY2021-01

Establishing The Amount Of Funds To Be Made Available From Local Sources For The Kodiak Island Borough School District For The Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 2019 And Ending June 30, 2020

FY2020-29

Certifying the 2020 Tax Roll

FY2020-27

Mandating Electronic-Only Distribution Of Non-Privileged Meeting Materials And Communications

FY2020-15

Supporting Western Gulf Of Alaska Fishermen’s Request For Fishery Disaster Assistance In The 2020 WGOA Pacific Cod Federal Fishery

FY2020-06

Conveying Tax Foreclosed Property to the City of Ouzinkie

FY2019-21

Pending

FY2019-20

Declaring Intent To Retain A ± 1.75 Acre Portion Of Lot 1, U.S. Survey 3467, And An Adjoining ± 2.95 Acre Portion Of U.S. Survey 3468 (P&Z Case No. 19-016)

FY2019-06

FY2018-36

Authorizing the Manager to Negotiate Timber Donation to Kodiak High School Football Boosters

FY2018-35

Conveying tax foreclosed properties to the city of Old Harbor as provided in AS 29.45.450

FY2018-22

Directing Staff To Explore Options For Gravel Extraction In The Russian River And Sargent Creek Drainage Basins For The Purposes Of Flood Control.

FY2018-14

Specifying The Circumstances And Parameters That Are Permissible For Teleconference Participation Of The Mayor And Assembly Members. This Was Not Discussed Due To The Failure Of Ordinance No. FY2018-11.

FY2018-10

Accepting The Recommendation Of The Planning And Zoning Commission By Approving Retention Of Lots 11-14, Block 4 and Tract R2, Killarney Hills Subdivision (P&Z Case No. 17-011).

FY2017-42

Memorializing the evaluation process for the Borough Manager and Clerk

FY2017-39

Resolution No. FY2017-39 Disposing By Sale Of A ± 21 Acre Portion Of T24S R24W TL 3301 Onion Bay. Case 17-021

FY2017-37

Unassigned

FY2017-36A

To Dispose Of The 11.419 Acre Parcel Tract A, Port Lions School Reserve In Exchange For The 6.33 Acre Parcel With A Legal Description Of Port Lions Subdivision First Addition School Reserve (P&Z Case No. 17-020).

FY2017-32

Implementing A Local Policy To Govern The Use Of Cellular Phones Of Elected Officials During Public Meetings.

FY2017-29

Dispose Of A ± 35 Acre Portion Of The Remainder Of Lot 1, U.S. Survey 2539 By Direct Negotiation Of A Lease At Fair Market Value To B&R Fish Byproducts Inc. For The Purposes Of Resource Extraction And Stockpiling (P & Z Case No. 17-013).

FY2017-27

To Dispose Of A ± 35 Acre Portion Of The Remainder Of Lot 1, U.S. Survey 2539 By Direct Negotiation Of A Lease At Fair Market Value To Golden Alaska Excavating, Llc For The Purposes Of Resource Extraction And Stockpiling (P & Z Case No. 17-012).

FY2017-21

Recommending Retention Of Tract A-1, Block 4, Kadiak Alaska Subdivision, 1st Addition (P&Z Case No. 17-003).

FY2017-12

Approving Fiscal Year 2017 Kodiak Island Borough Non-Profit Funding.

FY2017-05

To Dispose Of Lots 2 And 3 (As One Lot), Block 38, East Addition Subdivision (P&Z Case No. 16-026).

FY2017-02B

Reestablishing The Fees For The Kodiak Island Borough (annual)

FY2017-02A

Amending Resolution No. FY2017-02 Reestablishing The Fees For The Kodiak Island Borough.

FY2016-25

Opposing The Approval Of The Application At This Time And Requests The State Of Alaska Alcohol Beverage Control Board Postpone A Decision For At Least Two Months And Provide A New Deadline For The Kodiak Island Borough To Respond

FY2016-18

Adopting a Capital Improvement Projects Priority List for the 2016 State Legislative Session.

FY2015-23

Supporting the Subsistence Access Management Act of 2015.

FY2014-19

Disposing of a Portion of Land Up To 27,720 Square Feet Located on Top of the Active Landfill at 1203 Monashka Bay Road by License Agreement to the City of Kodiak to Temporarily Produce Class B Compost Until November 15, 2015.

FY2014-11

Dispose by License Agreement to the City of Kodiak a Portion of Land of Approximately 2-4 Acres Located Within the Kodiak Island Borough Landfill Tract (1203 Monashka Bay Road East) to Temporarily Produce Class B Compost Until Approximately September 30, 2014.

FY2014-07

Authorizing the Manager to execute a sole source agreement with Integrated Logic, LLC of Palmer, Alaska to provide and implement Kodiak High School Information Technology Network equipment in the amount of $940,490.

FY2014-06

Authorizing the Manager to Execute a Sole Source Agreement with Watterson Construction Company to Perform Kodiak Middle School Concrete Repairs Phase II Project in the Form of a Change Order to Contract No. FY2013-24.

FY2013-14

FY2013-06

FY2012-29

Authorizing the Assessor to Assess the Fir Terrace Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LITHC) Project Based on Restricted Rents.

FY2011-08

Approving the Formation of a Project Advisory Committee (PAC) to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Confirming the Mayoral Appointees to this Committee.

FY2011-04

FY2010-02

Amending Resolution No. FY2010-02 Amending the Fees of the Kodiak Island Borough.

FY2009-11

Authorizing Participation in the Community Development Block Grant Program to Seek Grant Funds for the Planning of the Replacement of the Long Term Care Facility

FY2009-03

Approving Fiscal Year 2009 Support to the Kodiak Island Bed and Breakfast Association.

FY2008-34

Paying the Legal Fees Incurred by Defendants Kodiak Island Borough, Kodiak Island Borough Assembly, Assembly Members Tom Abell, Pat Branson, Jerrol Friend, Sue Jeffrey, Chris Lynch, Reed Oswalt, and Louise Stutes, and Mayor Jerome Selby, Each in His or Her official Capacity, in the Lawsuit Stephens Vs. Kodiak Island Borough, Et Al, Alaska Superior Court Case No. 3KO-07-266 CI.

FY2008-33

Concluding the Lawsuit Stephens Vs. Kodiak Island Borough, Et Al, Alaska Superior Court Case No. 3KO-07-266 CI.

FY2008-24

Authorizing Payment of Legal Fees to the Law Firm of Clapp, Peterson, Van Flein, Tiemessen & Thorsness, LLC for Legal Services Related to the Stephens vs. Kodiak Island Borough lawsuit.

FY2008-19

To The North Pacific Fishery Management Council Supporting The Bering Sea Crab Crewmen’s Proposal, A Motion To Agenda, Analyze And Include These Historical Rights In The 3-Year Review Process (And Consider During 18-Month Review.)

FY2007-01

Authorizing the Paving of Roads in the Woodland Acres Paving Assessment District

FY2005-22

A Resolution of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council Urging the Alaska State Legislature to Authorize the Board of Fish to Develop a Gulf of Alaska Groundfish Management and Allocation Plan.

FY2005-16

Urging the Alaska Board of Fisheries and the Alaska State Legislature to Hold Public Hearings on Senate Bill No. 113 Relating to Entry Into and Management of Gulf of Alaska Groundfish Fisheries.

FY2005-15

Supporting Legislation Requested by the Alaska Board of Fisheries Concerning Allocations of Gulf of Alaska Groundfish Fishery Resources and Allocations of Fishery Resources to Fishermen’s Cooperatives.

2002-20

2001-27

2000-27

2000-16

Urging the Governor and State Legislature to Establish a Municipal Dividend Payment Program.

1998-31

Agreeing to Participate in the Relocation of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Facility.

1997-30

Placing an Advisory Question of Increasing the Kodiak Island Borough Board of Education From Five to Seven Members on the October 7, 1997 Ballot.

1997-29

Clarifying Kodiak Island Borough Policy Relative Alaska Public Records Law and the Disclosure of Employee’s Wage Information.

1994-09

Supporting Section 1 of the Senate Joint Resolution No. 39 Proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the State of Alaska Relating to the Individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

1994-08

Requesting the State of Alaska Department of Transportation Name the Bridge Connecting Kodiak Island and Near Island the R. David Herrnsteen Bridge.

1993-12

Directing the Exchange of Kodiak Island Borough Property in Monashka Bay (Within T27S R20W Section 13 and 24) as Partial Compensation for Land Recently Acquired by the Kodiak Island Borough (Lot 2A-1A-2, Block 5, Miller Point Alaska Subdivision) in Accordance With Kodiak Island Borough Code 18.80 Exchange of Real Property.

1992-36

Calling for the Nomination of Candidates for a Consolidation Charter Commission and Setting Forth Filing Deadlines and Procedures for Making Nominations.

1992-35

Establishing a Consolidation Charter Commission.

1992-31

Authorizing the Acquisition of Private Property by Easement for Right-of-way Purposes.

1992-23

Disposing of Kodiak Island Borough Interest in a Right-of-way Permit to Aid in the Construction of the Pasagshak River Bridge.

1992-22

Authorizing the Acquisition of a Right-of-Way Permit From the State of Alaska for the Pasagshak Bridge.

1992-01

Urging the Commissioner of Fish & Game to Develop Regulations which will allow a Sustained Scallop Fishing in Alaskan Waters.

1991-19

Authorizing the Exchange of Lot 17, Block 1, Russian Creek Alaska Subdivision for Tract E of Tract A, Bells Flats Alaska Subdivision.

1991-18

Endorsing the Proposal to Establish a Spill Prevention Response center for Lower Cook Inlet in Seldovia.

1990-58

Authorizing the Disposal of Borough Property for Fair Market Value at Land Sale #11 (Lot 7A Block 4, Monashka Bay Alaska Subdivision).

1989-59

Authorizing the Disposal of an Underground Cable TV Easement Across Borough Land to Island Cable TV.

1989-58

Authorizing the Disposal by Easement of Borough Land for Less than Fair Market Value to the Kodiak Electric Association.

1989-57

Calling for the Nomination of Candidates for a Charter Commission and Setting Forth Deadlines and Procedures for Making Nominations.

1989-56

Placing the Election of a Charter Commission on the October 1989 Ballot.

1989-45

Placing the Question of Consolidation on the October 3, 1989 Ballot.

1989-33

Supporting the Administration in the Class Act Suit Against Exxon.

1989-13

1988-01

Increasing Garbage Collection and Disposal Rates.

1987-75

Supporting Subsistence of Afognak Elk for Senior Citizens in Port Lions.

1987-68

1987-49

Urging the Legislature to Make the Possession and Use of Marijuana Illegal.

1987-46

Urging the Legislature to Make the Possession and Use of Marijuana Illegal.

1987-30

Effect Certain Budget Changes as Enumerated Below.

1987-22

Establishing a KIB Fisheries Commission.

1987-10

1987-09

Authorizing a Five Year Lease in the Salonie Creek Area, Portion of USS 2539, for an Animal Shelter and Grazing Rights.

1986-90

Electing to Participate in the Retirement Incentive Program, Ch 26, SLA 1986, and Authorizing J.M. Selby to Enter Into an Agreement with Administrator of the Public Employee's Retirement System to Fund Cost of Participation in the RIP.

1986-73

Authorizing Purchase of an Upgrade of the Data Processing System.

1986-72

Supporting Enhanced USCG Operating Funds Through Cost Saving Reduction Resulting from Utilization of Private Sector Housing by USCG Personnel.

1986-70

Allocating Service District #1 Funds for the Upgrade of the City of Kodiak Sewage Treatment Plant.

1986-67

Requesting Annexation of Certain Borough Property by the City of Kodiak.

1986-52

Authorizing a Contract with URS Engineers for Design of a Bridge Across the Creek Between Beaver Lake and Dark Lake.

1986-42

Authorizing Staff to Advertise for Bids for Construction of the Baler Facility.

1985-62

Approving The Baler Facility Plans And Authorizing Staff To Advertise For Bids For Construction Of The Baler Facility.

1985-41

Authorizing Transfer of Certain Funds Within the KIB Budget.

1985-18

Declaring Certain Lands Available for Lease for a Radio Station Tower.

1985-08

Declaring Certain Land Available for Lease for a Radio Station.

1985-05

Endorsing the Capital Improvement Projects of Communities Within the Kodiak Island Borough.

1984-81

1984-80

Supporting The Transfer Of Gull And Uski Islands To The City Of Kodiak.

1984-79

Designating "Smoking Sections" In The Borough Building Per Chapter 34, Section 18.35.320 Of The Alaska Statutes.

1984-64

Calling For A Proposition To Be Placed On The Ballot At The October Regular Election For The Purpose Of Determining Whether Or Not The Kodiak Island Borough Shall Retain The Manager Form Of Government.

1984-56

Approving An Application For A Preliminary Loan For A Low-Income Housing Project.

1984-54

Amending The Material Sales Contract For The Removal Of Gravel From Tracts B-1, B-2, B-3, B-4A, Bells Flats Alaska Subdivision.

1984-53

Adopting A Grievance Procedure In Regard To Federal Revenue Sharing Funds.

1984-47

Supporting Consolidation Of The Service District No. 1 Water And Sewer District With The City Of Kodiak Water And Sewer System.

1984-36

Suggesting Liquidation Of The Unfunded Past Service Costs Of The Kodiak Island Borough School District Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).

1983-130

Authorizing An Increase In The Architectural Fees By Sundberg And Associated, Inc. And Dykeman, Ogden, Aldridge And Quinton For The Junior High Remodel.

1983-91

Stating Its Intent On Remote Cabin Permits.

1983-89

Awarding The Architectural And Engineering Contract For The Upgrading Of The Emergency Generation System And Correction Of Code Deficiencies At The Kodiak Island Hospital.

1983-86

Awarding The Construction Contract For The Hospital Modular Unit Project.

1983-82

Authorizing Building Inspections By Kodiak Island Borough Officials For The City Of Port Lions.

1983-80

To Effect Certain Budget Changes In The Capital Projects Funds.

1983-69

Authorizing An Increase In The Architectural Fees By Sundberg And Associates, Inc. And Dykeman, Ogden, Aldridge, And Quinton For The Junior High School.

1983-54

Supporting Senate Bill 172 And House Bill 304, All Pertaining To The "Little Davis-Bacon Act."

1983-40

Adopting The Chiniak Area Plan, Dated March 16, 1983.

1982-68

Opposing The Proposed Capital Move For The State Of Alaska.

1982-54

Authorizing A Negotiated Lease To B.P.O.E. Lodge #1772.

1982-42

Authorizing The Temporary Use Of An Un-Named Borough Street Right-Of-Way For Storage.

1982-11

Designating An Acting Manager During The Duly Designated Manager's Absence Or Disability.

1981-88

Authorizing The Sale Of Five Acres Of Borough Land In Section 2, T29S, R21W, S.M.

1981-75

Establishing A Senior Citizens Steering Committee.

1981-61

Directing Preparation Of A Petition For Annexation To The Borough Of Territory On The Alaska Peninsula.

1981-39

Requesting The Transfer Of Funds From The Alaska Power Authority.

1981-20

Providing For Lease Of Certain Premises To Kodiak Auto Wrecking And Salvage.

1981-09

Creating and Appointing a Uniform Building Code Board of Appeals. Rewritten as Ordinance No. 81-15-O.

1981-06

Requesting The State Legislature To Authorize 100 Percent Funding Of School Operations And Maintenance Costs.

1980-38

1980-32

Designating Use For "The Sale Of Land Funds."

1980-31

Placing Before The Voters Of The Kodiak Island Borough The Question Of Election Of A Character Commission To Prepare A Unification Charter.

1980-30

Approving The Final Subdivision Of Lot 4, Block 5, Bells Flats Alaska Subdivision, U.S. Survey 2539 (Robert Brooks).

1979-67

Authorizing The Negotiated Sale Of Lots B And E, Kodiak Alaska Subdivsion To KANA Housing Authority.

1979-62

Summons To Action For Reform Of The Juvenile Justice System.

1979-34

Calling For A Proposition To Be Placed On The Ballot At The October Regular Election For The Purpose Of Determining Whether Or Not The Kodiak Island Borough Shall Retain The Manager Form Of Government.

1979-30

Concerning Participation In The National Flood Insurance Program.

1979-12

Respect To Confidentiality Of Executive Sessions Of The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly.

1978-71

Placing Before The Voters The Question Of Whether Sales Taxes May Be Levied by The Kodiak Island Borough.

1978-52

ANCSA Land Problems.

1977-64

Designating Individuals Authorized To Execute Negotiable Instruments For The Kodiak Island Borough.

1977-46

Street and Sidewalk Powers. (Status of Resolution is unknown because there is no signed copy of resolution or mention of resolution in the Assembly minutes)

1977-43

Granting Preliminary Approval For A Restricted Residential Subdivision And Granting Certain Variances.

1977-28

Approving The Final Plat For Re-Subdivision of 11.3 Acres Of Land Within U.S. Survey 1396. (Steen and Matlock)

1977-25

To Grant A Twenty Foot (20') by Three Hundred Foot (330') Easement For The Purpose Of Constructing A Pressure Vein Sewer Line. (Lee Russell)

1976-50

Approving The Final Plat Of Subdivision Of Tract "N", Russian Creek Alaska Subdivision. (D & M Corporation c/o Dean Taylor.)

1976-25

Regarding Intoxicating Being Allowed To Travel On Any Aircraft.

1976-14

Approving the Final Plat For Vacation Of Lots 3 and 4, Block 2, And Portion Of Lot 4, Block 1, U.S. Survey 3066 And Replat To Lot 4A, Block 2, U.S. Survey 3066AB. (Jim Williams)

1975-35

Authorizing The Borough Attorney To File Protests And Initiate Other Administrative Actions With Regard To Land Selections Under The Alaska Native Land Claims Act That Conflict With Borough Interests.

1975-24

Adopting a Wage Scale and Position Classification.

1974-41

Reserving Certain Lands For Future Development.

1974-29

1974-28

1974-25

Relating To The Acquisition Of Areawide Powers To Provide Recreational Facilities.

1974-21

1973-33

1973-11

Pursuant To Chapter 5, Subchapter 4, Section 6, Of The KIB Code Of Ordinances And Resolutions Approving The Final Plat Of The Subdivision Of Lot 26, U.S. Survey Which Creates Lots 26A, 26B, 26C, And 26D, U.S. Survey 3098.

1972-34

1972-24

1972-09

1970-29

Approving Anderson Subdivision of Lot 18, U.S. survey 3099 And Exonerating The Bond Purchased By Mr. Anderson.

1970-15

1969-35

1969-26

1969-14

Opposing Senate Bill No. 152 In The Legislature Of The State Of Alaska.

1968-39

1967-36

Final Plat Of Subdivision Of Tract B, Lots 1 And 2, U.S. Survey 3218.

1967-18

1966-25

Vacation And Resubdivision Of Erskine Block 6, Lots 8 and 10 To Lots 8A And 10A (Alf Madsen And Lorraine Felton).

1966-14

Final Plat U.S. Survey 3100, Lot 14, Schreiner.

1965-37

Vacation Of The Unnamed Alley Located In Block 7 Of The Leite Addition Between Lots 3 And 9 Inclusive Of The East side.

1965-36

Vacation, Hillcrest Avenue And Spruce Lane And Replatted To Lot 7A, Block 17 and Lot 13-B, Block 16, Kodiak Townsite, U.S. Survey 2537B.

1965-27

Approval Of Final Plat Of a Portion Of U.S. Survey 1682, Referred To As Mill Bay subdivision, Block 1. (Bea Nachtweih)

1965-26