The Council will meet at 12 noon Thursday, October 6th, for a special session to canvass the unofficial results from Nome’s municipal election.
These are unofficial results. The Nome City Council will meet on Thursday, October 6th at 12 o’clock noon for a Special Session to canvass the results of the October 4th election.
Nome City Councilman Matt Culley mentioned that it’s “not bad” to be spending $150,000 less than what the budget planned for when the total budget amount is over $11 million. More discussion and voting on seven ordinances amending Nome budgets will occur at the next City Council meeting.
City Manager Tom Moran and Mayor Richard Beneville will be absent from tonight’s City Council meeting while the Council discusses ordinances on Nome’s fiscal year 2016 budgets.
Portions of five Nome city blocks will be rezoned from general use to commercial use, following an August 30th ordinance from the Nome Planning Commission and approval on Monday from the City Council. Also approved on Monday: monthly stipends for city employees who also hold elected or appointed positions.
The Council will commence the meeting at 7pm at City Hall and will adjourn immediately following an executive session to verbally review the City Manager, Tom Moran’s annual performance.
A resolution regarding commercial marijuana license applications and a resolution to deem certain properties as “hazards” are on the Nome City Council’s agenda on Monday night.
On the City Council’s docket is a new ordinance regarding the ban of burning certain types of material within city limits, a topic that was suggested during the last City Council meeting on July 25th.
In its July 25 meeting, the Nome City Council decided to begin the abatement process for five city properties it’s deemed unsafe. Also discussed: water quality along Lester Bench Road, a new Historic Preservation Commission, and the burning of trash within city limits.
On Monday, the Nome City Council could opt to begin abatement proceedings for five properties in the city that are deemed either a fire or health hazard or a public nuisance.