Mayor discusses Monday assembly meetings including the housing action plan, crime bill, and more

    JUNEAU, Alaska (KINY) - The Assembly Committee of the Whole conducts a work session Monday evening in part on the proposed Housing Action Plan.

    Mayor Ken Koelsch was asked about that on Action Line Friday:

    Updates of the Emergency Operations Plan and the Historic Preservation Plan are also on the COW agenda.

    That meeting is scheduled to convene at 6 p.m. in Assembly Chambers.

    The proposed sale of the North Franklin Parking Lot tops the agenda of the Assembly Lands Committee that convenes an hour earlier at 5 p.m.

    Eagle Rock Ventures has declined a request to add parking to its housing proposal there.

    Chief Housing Officer Scott Ciambor is recommending that the deal still proceed:

    Disposal of a lot at the Renninger Subdivision to the Juneau Housing Trust calls for a sale price of $95,000 which is half of the fair market value:

    A proposed lease of CBJ owned land out Thane Road to the Tllingit Haida Central Council for a cultural immersion center is also on the Lands Committee agenda.

    The Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee is scheduled to convene at Noon.

    Erosion on Meander Way is on that agenda:

    That committee will also receive updates on the West Douglas Road extension, the Willoughby Parking Study and the recycling program.

    The Assembly conducts a special meeting over the noon hour Monday to look at the impacts of the crime bill approved by the Legislature last session.

    The meeting is scheduled to convene at Noon in Assembly Chambers at City Hall.

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