City Manager Tom Moran weighed in on the operation of the Nome Visitors Center, saying, “I think the issue is with getting people to Nome, I think maybe they are doing a less than perfect job of that, but when people get to Nome, they are doing a very good job catering to their needs.”
Two resolutions are up for a vote tonight at the Nome City Council meeting – municipal funding for the Nome School District and a proposed increase in the 2016 mill rate.
The City Council will hold its first reading of the port proposal on Monday and finalize the budget by June 13.
Nome’s City Council discussed how to deal with declining revenue at its mid-day work session Thursday.
Along with being registered, all vacant structures must be free of junk, graffiti, and properly boarded up.
This week, the Nome City Council began discussion on the city’s proposed vacant structure registry.
The land purchase agreement transfers two downtown lots from the city to the towers’ current owner, Sitnasuak Native Corporation.
The Nome City Council meets tonight to debate the purchase of property at Anvil Mountain from Sitnasuak Native Corporation.
The Planning Commission presented the City Council with an ordinance that would require all vacant properties to be registered and maintained.
The 2016 Port Tariff originally included a rate hike of 10%. After an outpouring of public comments, the City Council removed the rate hike from the tariff.