NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Notice is hereby given that the following items are scheduled for public hearings by the City and Borough of Juneau Alaska Assembly, on the dates designated below.  These hearings will be held in the Assembly Chambers of the Municipal Building.  Copies of the items listed below may be obtained at the City and Borough of Juneau Clerk’s Office, Room 202 of the Municipal Building or at the CBJ website at: https://beta.juneau.org/assembly/assembly-minutes-and-agendas

MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2018, 7 p.m., REGULAR ASSEMBLY MEETING

Ordinance 2018-13 An Ordinance Creating Local Improvement District No. 200 for a Riverbank Stabilization Project along the Mendenhall River between 9399 Rivercourt Way and 3463 Meander Way and Appropriating the Sum of $2,935,000. Public Hearing on this ordinance rescheduled from Monday, April 2, to April 23, 7 p.m., Regular Assembly Meeting, Chambers

Ordinance 2018-01 An Ordinance Amending the Airport Operations Code Relating to Parking, Standing, and Stopping for the Active Loading and Unloading of Passengers and Providing for a Penalty.

 Ordinance 2018-14 An Ordinance Authorizing the Manager to Lease a .05 Acre Fraction of Parcel JPD II Tract J1, Located at 6235 and 6255 Alaway Avenue, to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Ordinance 2018-15 An Ordinance Authorizing the Manager to Lease a .4 Acre Fraction of Lot 1, USS 3559, Located Near Fish Creek Road on North Douglas, to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Ordinance 2018-16 An Ordinance Authorizing the Manager to Lease a .032 Acre Fraction of ATS 14, Located at 115 Dock Street, Douglas, to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Ordinance 2018-17 An Ordinance Authorizing the Manager to Execute a Special Use Permit for the Six Pre-Existing Roadside City Woodstove Burn Ban Signs on State Rights-of-Way with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

Ordinance 2018-18 An Ordinance Amending the City and Borough Code Relating to Criminal Offenses and Penalties for Criminal Mischief.

Ordinance 2018-19 An Ordinance Amending the City and Borough of Juneau Code Relating to Aquatics Facilities.

Ordinance 2017-06(AM) An Ordinance Appropriating to the Manager the Sum of $112,500 as Funding for Conducting Deferred Maintenance and Repairs at the Taku Harbor Float Facility; Funding Provided by the State of Alaska Department of Fish & Game as a Federal Pass-Thru.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2018, 5:30 p.m. SPECIAL ASSEMBLY MEETING, Assembly Chambers

Ordinance 2018-10 An Ordinance Establishing the Rate of Levy for Property Taxes for Calendar Year 2018 Based Upon the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2019.

Ordinance 2018-11 An Ordinance Appropriating Funds from the Treasury for FY19 City and Borough Operations.

Ordinance 2018-12 An Ordinance Appropriating Funds from the Treasury for FY19 School District Operations.

Summary of City and Borough of Juneau’s
Proposed FY19 Operating Budget

(Including the Juneau Douglas School District)

Ord 2018-11 & 2018-12

Estimated Revenues
State Sources $       65,231,400
Federal Sources            7,733,700
Local Sources        265,321,400
Fund Balance Usage          (4,980,500)
Total Estimated Revenues and Fund Balance Usage $     333,306,000
Estimated Expenditures
General Government $       66,757,200
General Government – School District          91,535,200
Enterprise Funds        130,206,900
Internal & Debt Service          19,615,300
Capital Projects          25,070,000
Special Assessments               121,400
Total Estimated Expenditures $     333,306,000

 Resolution 2819 A Resolution Adopting the City and Borough Capital Improvement Program for Fiscal Years 2019 through 2024, and Establishing the Capital Improvement Project Priorities for Fiscal Year 2019. (This notice is provided in accordance with CBJ Charter Section 9.6. Hearing on budget and capital improvements program.)

Preliminary Capital Improvements Program – Fiscal Years 2019 – 2024 Plan
Summary of City and Borough of Juneau Proposed FY19 Capital Projects
Summarized by Committee/Department Recommendations
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Total FY19 Proposed Budget

Administration$4,990,000
Eaglecrest Ski Area$275,000
Engineering$1,775,000
RecycleWorks$400,000
Lands$100,000
Parks & Recreation$2,185,000
Capital Transit$500,000
Streets$7,250,000
Wastewater Utility$5,845,000
Water Utility$1,600,000
School District$800,000
Hospital$1,800,000
Total CIP’s$27,520,000