Monthly Archives: August 2018

Meeting Agenda 09/20/2018

 

Trapper Creek Community Council

AGENDA

Regular Meeting       6:30 PM           Thursday, September 20, 2018

 

I.          Call to Order

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.          Board Members in Attendance

IV.          Minutes of Preceding Meeting

V.          Borough Assembly Report

VI.          TCCSA CIP4 Report

VII.          Treasurer Report

VIII.          Community Assistance Program/Revenue Share Reports

  1. FY2016
    • TCCSA Operating
    • Trapper Creek Nordic Ski Club
    • TCCC Council Operating

            IX.          Correspondence / Current Mail

               X.          Public Forum

XI.          Unfinished Business:

  1. Village Safe Water Program update
  2. Update on FY2017 Project Proposals
  3. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety update
  4. FY19 Application and Letter for Neighborhood Watch Grant Program

XII.          New Business:

  1. Appointment of new Treasurer-TCCC Board

XIII.          Date of Next meeting October 18, 2018

XIV.          Adjournment

(This agenda subject to modifications per need of the public and its members)

 

Trapper Creek Community Center, Milepost 115.2 George Parks Highway, turn left on E. TC Park Circle.

Teleconference is available: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area.

Meeting Minutes 08/16/2018

TRAPPER CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Regular Meeting         6:30 PM          Thursday, August 16, 2018

I.           Meeting called to order 6:36pm

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.         Board Members in Attendance: Glenka, Miller, Grelson, Ritenburgh (via telephone). Members: Lon McCullough, Tammy Morrill, James Morrill, Steven Deckert, Shawn Stankowitz, Stephanie Harris, John White, Kristie Parsons, Deborah Roberts. Guests: Randall Kowalke, Walter Kloepfer, Tam Boeve.

IV.         Reading and approval of July minutes.

V.          Borough Assembly Report: Randall Kowalke

Stand for Salmon status update. MSB Cyber Attack update- Borough services are limited; “myProperty” access has been restored and “Parcel Viewer” is available. Checks are being handwritten. Now able to send and receive emails.

A critical issue for the assembly and administration-is to be set up for the upcoming election. Road bond issue on ballot- approximately $46 million. Some projects were removed. Police powers recommendation will be on ballot-should Borough investigate getting police powers. The DMV “Z” permanent registration permits will continue. A list of propositions on the October 2, 2018 ballot was given to the TCCC Board.

VI.         TCCSA CIP4 Report: No activity this period. Balance of $6,338.53 remaining.

VII.        Treasurer’s Report: #222, $22.77, ink for printer. Checking: $583.59 & Savings: $25.37 = $608.96

VIII.       Revenue Sharing Project Updates:

A.          FY2016:

  • TCCSA Operating Costs – $13,500.00. Current activity: $632.61. Total spent: $11,975.14. $1524.86 remaining.
  • TCCC Operating Costs – $1,000. Current activity: $22.77. $652.97 spent. $347.03 remaining.
  • Nordic Ski Club – $300.00. No activity this period. Total spent: $80.52. $219.48 remaining.
  1. Correspondence/Current Mail: Sunshine Community Health Center is seeking board members; Anchorage Daily News is offering one free State Fair ticket to subscribers; Brittany Ryan letter of resignation from TCCC Board read, no action taken.
  2. Public Forum: None
  3. Unfinished Business:
  4. Village Safe Water Program (VSW):   Glenka reported that the Grant 17EQ94 has gone through VSW grants department/accounting, and the next step will be the release of funds to begin the project. Discussion ensued regarding TCCC’s March 19, 2018 Letter of Support to TCCSA of the Watering Point Project should be rescinded at this time until TCCSA has seated a new treasurer and when the project is actually in progress.

Motion made by Glenka to retract the March 19, 2018, to support of the efforts of the TCCSA to develop and manage a community watering point, dated March 19, 2018, until we see the project is in process. Ritenburgh seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

Motion made by Glenka to Table Action on the above motion until the Council’s next meeting. Ritenburgh seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

  1. 2017 Project Proposals update: Borough is waiting to get “rebooted” from the cyber attack before they can issue checks.
  2. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) update:  Original funds available have been shrunk from $2 million and will now be released to Police Departments and not community councils. Combined list of Community Needs for Supporting Public Safety was presented by various councils for ideas for the funding. Discussion ensued regarding whether TCCC should be a part of the MSCCPS.

Motion made by Glenka that TCCC support the Mat Su Borough Community Councils for Public Safety. Ritenburgh Seconded. Motion passed unanimously.

  1. New Business:
  2. FY2019 Application and Letter for Neighborhood Watch Grant Program:

Letter and application read regarding an additional $50,000 of FY2019 funds now available to provide funding to specifically support Neighborhood Watch Programs. Application must be submitted by August 31, 2018, if Council decides to opt-in to the program. Discussion ensued.

 

Motion made by Ritenburgh to complete the application and opt-in. Seconded by Glenka. Motion passed unanimously.

  1. Tam Boeve and Walter Kloepfer were introduced. Both are candidates for Assemblyman Kowalke’s seat.

XIII.       Date of next meeting scheduled for September 20, 2018, 6:30 pm.

XIV.       Meeting adjourned at 7:55pm.

(Minutes taken by Council Secretary, Janet Grelson)

 

Trapper Creek Community Council

PO Box 13021, Trapper Creek, AK 99683-0321

Teleconference: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area

Updated Meeting Agenda 08/16/2018

 

 

 

Trapper Creek Community Council

AGENDA

Regular Meeting       6:30 PM           Thursday, August 16, 2018

 

 

I.          Call to Order

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.          Board Members in Attendance

IV.          Minutes of Preceding Meeting

V.          Borough Assembly Report

VI.          TCCSA CIP4 Report

VII.          Treasurer Report

VIII.          Community Assistance Program/Revenue Share Reports

  1. FY2016
    • TCCSA Operating
    • Trapper Creek Nordic Ski Club
    • TCCC Council Operating

            IX.          Correspondence / Current Mail

               X.          Public Forum

XI.          Unfinished Business:

  1. Village Safe Water Program update
  2. Update on FY2017 Project Proposals
  3. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety update

XII.          New Business:

  1. FY19 Application and Letter for Neighborhood Watch Grant Program

XIII.          Date of Next meeting September 20, 2018

XIV.          Adjournment

(This agenda subject to modifications per need of the public and its members)

 

Trapper Creek Community Center, Milepost 115.2 George Parks Highway, turn left on E. TC Park Circle.

Teleconference is available: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area.

Meeting Agenda 08/16/2018

 

Trapper Creek Community Council

AGENDA

Regular Meeting       6:30 PM           Thursday, August 16, 2018

 

I.          Call to Order

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.          Board Members in Attendance

IV.          Minutes of Preceding Meeting

V.          Borough Assembly Report

VI.          TCCSA CIP4 Report

VII.          Treasurer Report

VIII.          Community Assistance Program/Revenue Share Reports

  1. FY2016
    • TCCSA Operating
    • TCCC Council Operating
    • Trapper Creek Nordic Ski Club

            IX.          Correspondence / Current Mail

               X.          Public Forum

XI.          Unfinished Business:

  1. Village Safe Water Program update
  2. Update on FY2017 Project Proposals
  3. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety

XII.          New Business:

XIII.          Date of Next meeting September 20, 2018

XIV.          Adjournment

(This agenda subject to modifications per need of the public and its members)

 

Trapper Creek Community Center, Milepost 115.2 George Parks Highway, turn left on E. TC Park Circle.

Teleconference is available: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area.

Meeting Minutes 07/19/2018

TRAPPER CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES

Regular Meeting         6:30 PM          Thursday, July 19, 2018

 

I.           Meeting called to order 6:36pm

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.         Board Members in Attendance:  Glenka, Miller, Grelson, Ritenburgh and Ryan.  Members:  Shawn Stankowitz, Lon McCullough, Michele McCullough, Tony Jurasek, LouAnne Carroll-Tysdal, Jennie Earles, Debbie Filter, Elaine Yelverton, JP Glenka, Jeffrey Harris, Stephanie Harris, Darlene Rich, Neil DeWitt.

IV.         Reading and approval of June minutes.

V.          Borough Assembly Report: None

VI.         TCCSA CIP4 Report: No activity this period. Balance of $6,338.53 remaining.

VII.        Treasurer’s Report:  #221, $219.95, QuickBooks for Council laptop; .01 Savings Dividend. Checking: $606.36 & Savings: $25.37 = $631.73.

VIII.       Revenue Sharing Project Updates:

A.          FY2016:

  • TCCSA Operating Costs – $13,500.00. Current activity: $240.73. Total spent: $11,342.53.  $2157.47 remaining.
  • TCCC Operating Costs – $1,000.  Current activity: $219.95.  $630.20 spent.  $369.80 remaining.
  • Nordic Ski Club – $300.00. No activity this period. Total spent: $80.52.  $219.48 remaining.
  1. Correspondence/Current Mail:  Mat-Su Borough document submission reminder; Request for Comments for RT Subdivision Case #2018-090; 2018-2021 Draft STIP Public Comment closes August 12, 2018; Mat-Su Borough upcoming election October 2, 2018; 2018-2022 Five-Year Schedule of Timber Sales public notice; AHMS Winter 2018-2019 Schedule open for booking.
  2. Public Forum:  None
  3. Unfinished Business:
  4. Village Safe Water Program (VSW):   VSW grant agreement has been drafted and waiting to be signed by VSW.  Once signed, Donna Lee will mail a copy and scan to TCCC for their signature.  Funding is being secured by the EPA for $325,000.00.  Appropriation of funding will then occur, and design and construction for the State CIP project can begin.
  5. Chijuk Timber Transportation Permit:  Permit was approved.  There is a 10-day appeal period.  Information was posted at the Post Office.
  6. New Business:
  7. Seating of new TCCC Board of Directors: Email to Council from Connie Dooley read regarding the validity and legitimacy of the TCCC Board election and requesting minutes addressing the TCCC application for Design & Construction grant.  New Board Positions:  Chair-Dave Ritenburgh, Vice Chair-Levi Miller, Secretary-Janet Grelson, Treasurer-Brittany Ryan, Board Member- Paula Glenka.
  8. Update on FY2017 Project Proposals: Mat-Su Borough awaiting copy of June minutes to approve the funding.
  9. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS):  Minutes from the July 18 meeting at the Pittman Trooper Station were read.  It was announced that a two-million-dollar grant would be available for the budget for public safety.  Captain April requested a list of suggestions with justification for the use of the funds.  No availability date was known as of yet for the funds, or parameters for distribution of the funds. Officers were voted in, and a motion was made and passed that each Community Council shall have one vote in the organization. Next MSCCPS meeting date is August 15.

Motion made by Miller to table discussion of participation until next meeting in order to gather community input.  Motion seconded by Ritenburgh.  Motion passed unanimously.

  1. Upper Susitna Food Pantry: Upper Susitna Food Pantry representative LouAnne Carroll-Tysdal informed that the Trapper Creek Food Pantry will be closing at the end of July due to lack of volunteers. Sunshine Transit will be at the TC Food Pantry parking lot two times a month on the days when the TC Pantry was open.  Transportation to the Talkeetna Food Pantry and Cubby’s will be provided free of charge for Pantry participants.  Others may use the service for $5.00 round trip.  Closure will not affect the programs for Children.  Pantry could be reopened if a viable one-year plan is presented.

 

XIII.       Date of next meeting scheduled for August 16, 2018, 6:30 pm.

XIV.       Meeting adjourned 8:38pm.

(Minutes taken by Council Secretary, Levi Miller)

 

Trapper Creek

Community Council

PO Box 13021, Trapper Creek, AK 99683-0321

Teleconference: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area