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Meeting Agenda 08/15/2019

AGENDA

Trapper Creek Community Council

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.

Regular Meeting6:30 PMThursday, August 15, 2019

 

  1. Call to Order
  2. Determination of Quorum
  3. Board Members in Attendance
  4. Approval of Agenda
  5. Minutes of June Regular Meeting
  6. Borough Assembly Report
  7. Treasurer Report
  8. Community Assistance Program/CAP Grants
    1. FY2018
      • Trapper Creek Volunteer Fire Department
      • Trapper Creek Park & Cemetery
      • Trapper Creek Community Council
      • Upper Susitna Food Pantry Operations
    2. FY2019
      • Neighborhood Watch Grant
  9. Committee Reports:
    1. TCCSA Water Committee
    2. Volunteer Fire Department Committee
  10. Correspondence / Current Mail
  11. Public Forum:
  12. Unfinished Business:
    1. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) Update
    2. FY2018 CAP/Revenue Share Project funding status
    3. Neighborhood Watch report from public meetings
  13. New Business:
  14. Date of Next Regular Meeting: Thursday, September 19, 2019
  15. Adjournment

 

Contributions of no more than $50 per member per year are accepted to meet the costs of our operations.

 

Meeting Minutes 07/18/2019

MINUTES

TRAPPER CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL

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

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

Regular Meeting, 6:30 PM, Thursday, July 18, 2019

  1. Meeting called to order 6:47 pm. Posted within fourteen days of said meeting.
  2. Determination of Quorum
  3. Board Members in Attendance: Ritenburgh, Miller, Glenka, Grelson and Morrill.   Members: Joe May, George Faerber, Chrystal Mayer, Jason Garrett, Aubrey Marsolais. Special Guests: Borough Assembly Representative Tam Boeve, and Ken Barkley, Mat Su Emergency Medical Services Director.
  4. Approval of Agenda
  5. Reading and approval of Regular June Meeting minutes
  6. Borough Assembly Report:

Tam Boeve, District 7: Borough was not scheduled to meet in July- but did have a special session.  Land Exchange Public Notice: Borough is purchasing Tommy Moe building in Wasilla for equipment storage. There is an opportunity to lower the purchase price. Assembly will introduce the item on August 6; and the public hearing and voting will be on August 20, 2019.  Discussion ensued.

  1. Treasurer’s Report:

June activity: Disbursements: $15,084.00, including the funds to the FY2018 CAP projects.  Deposits: $15,789.00 FY2018 CAP Borough Funds. Dividends: Checking: .14, Savings: .01. Checking: $4,152.74, Savings: $25.41 = $4,178.15.

  1. Revenue Sharing/CAP Grant Project Updates:
  2. FY2017:
  3. FY2019:
  • TCCSA Operating – $10,000.00. Current activity: $234.77. Total Spent: $10,000.00. $0 remaining
  • Neighborhood Watch Grant-$2,941.17.  Current activity: $0. $2,741.17 remaining.

IX.    Committee Reports:

TCCSA Water Committee: The water committee Business Plan is complete. The Request for Proposal (RFP) for the design and construction should be released shortly.  Donna Lee (Village Safe Water), is to confirm the date and time of the Proposal Evaluation Committee(PEC). There is no scheduled meeting at this time.

TCCSA Water Committee will continue to update TCCC, as well as notifying the public when input on the Design/Construction requires community involvement in an open public meeting at 65% and 95% completion.

Volunteer Fire Department Committee(TCFVD): Chrystal Mayer. TCFVD received their non-profit status on July 5th. Borough business license was received July 8th. TCFVD account balance: $1,607.00.  Chrystal Mayer will take a grant writing class next week. TCVFD letters are in progress to area fire departments and communities for equipment donations.  Chrystal Mayer and Jason Garrett have a quick water setup to help people in case of a fire: a 275 gallon water container with a 5hp pump. The pump can draft and pump water.

Next meeting scheduled for Sunday, July 21, 2019, 6:30pm at the Trapper Creek Park building.

  1. Correspondence/Current Mail:  All mail was previously emailed to the membership and/or posted at the TC Post Office.
  2. Public Forum: Special guest Ken Barkley, MSB Emergency Medical Services Director:  Montana Creek and Malaspina Fires are mostly out-still have 60 fire crew members working.  No more danger of either fire spreading. There is fire equipment that the Borough wants to transfer to the TC Volunteer Fire Department.
  3. Unfinished Business:
  4. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) update:   No July meeting.
  5. FY2018 CAP/Revenue Share Funds: Funds were deposited electronically into TCCC Checking and Memorandums of Agreement (MOA) are prepared and will be signed by the accepted project entities.
  6. Neighborhood Watch Grant:  Some applications have been received with requests for items from the Neighborhood Watch Grant funds.  Next meeting set for Sunday, July 27, 2019 at 2PM
  7. New Business: None
  8. Date of next meeting scheduled for Thursday,August 15, 2019, 6:30 pm.
  9. Meeting adjourned at 7:45pm

 

(Minutes taken by Council Secretary, Janet Grelson)

 

Meeting Agenda 07/18/2019

AGENDA

Trapper Creek Community Council

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.

Regular Meeting 6:30 PM Thursday, July 18, 2019

I. Call to Order
II. Determination of Quorum
III. Board Members in Attendance
IV. Approval of Agenda
V. Minutes of June Regular Meeting
VI. Borough Assembly Report
VII. Treasurer Report
VIII. Community Assistance Program/CAP Grants

A. FY2017
TCCSA Operating
B. FY2019
Neighborhood Watch Grant

IX. Committee Reports:
A. TCCSA Water Committee
B. Volunteer Fire Department Committee
X. Correspondence / Current Mail
XI. Public Forum:
XII. Unfinished Business:

A. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) Update
B. FY2018 CAP/Revenue Share Project funding status
C. Neighborhood Watch report from public meetings

XIII. New Business:
XIV. Date of Next Regular Meeting: Thursday, August 15, 2019
XV. Adjournment

Contributions of no more than $50 per member per year are accepted to meet the costs of our operations.

Meeting Minutes 06/20/2019

MINUTES

TRAPPER CREEK COMMUNITY COUNCIL

Trapper Creek Community Center, Milepost 115.2 George Parks Highway. Turn left on E. TC Park Circle.
Teleconference: Locally dial 373-2663 / Participant Code 991090 or dial 907-622-2663 if not in local area

Regular Meeting, 6:30 PM, Thursday, June 20, 2019

I. Meeting called to order 6:42 pm. Posted within fourteen days of said meeting.
II. Determination of Quorum
III. Board Members in Attendance: Miller, Glenka, Grelson and Morrill. Members: Chrystal Mayer, Tammy Morrill. Special Guests: Borough Assembly Representative Tam Boeve, and Jarod McClure, Office of Representative David Eastman.
IV. Approval of Agenda
V. Reading and approval of Regular May Meeting minutes
VI. Borough Assembly Report:
Tam Boeve, District 7: Progress of Trapper Creek Volunteer Fire Department is being followed by different communities.

Potential funds for the Trapper Creek Community Water Project were not able to be obtained during MSB Budget sessions.

Property Mill rate went up approximately $5.00 per household, approximately $12 million cut from MSB budget. A number of positions and Capital Projects were cut.

Three (3) beetle kill sites have been established to drop off downed beetle kill trees. Chipper hopefully to be obtained also.

District 7 School Board position will be vacated, no applicants as of yet, and no representation from the Northern part of the Borough on the School Board now.This Sunday at 2:00pm is the ribbon cutting for the new EMS Station 11-9, at the Talkeetna “Y”.

VII. Treasurer’s Report:
May activity: Disbursements: None. Deposits: None. Dividends: Checking: .15, Savings:
.01. Checking: $3,447.60, Savings: $25.40 = $3,473.00.
VIII. Revenue Sharing/CAP Grant Project Updates:
A. FY2017:

TCCSA Operating – $10,000.00. Current activity: $218.16. Total Spent:
$9,765.23. $234.77 remaining

B. FY2019:

Neighborhood Watch Grant-$2,941.17. May: No activity. $2,741.17
remaining.

IX. Committee Reports:
TCCSA Water Committee: The water committee Business Plan is final and at the DEC awaiting adoption of Resolution #19-004 which approves a rate increase from $.15 to $.165 price per gallon. TCCSA approved the Resolution on June 15 and Trapper Creek Community Council is requested to adopt the Resolution. Motion made by Glenka to support Resolution #19-004, adopting the Trapper Creek Watering Point Business Plan and New Rate of $0.165 Price of Water Per Gallon. Motion seconded by Morrill. Vote: 3 in favor, 1 opposed. Motion approved.

No next meeting is scheduled at this time. Updates to TCCC and the public from the water committee will continue.
Volunteer Fire Department Committee: Chrystal Mayer. TCVFD opened a bank account on June 11, 2019. A total of $316.00 is in the account, and awaiting a $500.00 check to clear, bringing the balance to $816.00. Nonprofit status and business licenses was filed for on June 19, 2019. Tentative meeting set for Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 6:30pm. TCVFD requests TCCC to return the $270.00 in funds that the Council has been holding for TCVFD.
X. Correspondence/Current Mail: All mail was previously emailed to the membership and/or posted at the TC Post Office.
XI. Public Forum: Jerod McClure, Office of Representative Eastman. Representative Eastman is on his way back from Juneau. Budget special session on July 8, 2019 regarding the PFD is in Wasilla, possible location will be Wasilla Middle School.
XII. Unfinished Business:

A. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) update: No
one was able to attend the May or June meetings. No July or August
meetings. The next meeting will be held in September.
B. FY2018 CAP/Revenue Share Funds: Approved May 16 minutes and
they are being forwarded to the MSB. Borough needs to prepare the
Memorandum of Agreement and then the funding shall follow thereafter,
hopefully in the next couple of weeks.
C. Neighborhood Watch Grant public meeting, June 8: Presentation given
by Belinda Bohannon, Alaska State Troopers, regarding the “Dos and
Don’ts” for Neighborhood Watch Programs. Report a Crime: Mat-Com
Dispatch in Wasilla: 907/352-5401. Eight (8) neighborhood watch groups
are being formed. Applications are available at the Trapper Creek Post
Office and are due July 18, 2019 to the Trapper Creek Community Council.
Next meeting date will be scheduled at the July TCCC meeting and notice
will be sent out.

XIII. New Business: None
XIV. Date of next meeting scheduled for Thursday, July 18, 2019, 6:30 pm.
XV. Meeting adjourned at 7:51pm

 

Meeting Agenda 6/20/2019

AGENDA

Trapper Creek Community Council

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.

Regular Meeting                                                    6:30 PM                          Thursday, June 20, 2019

 

I.          Call to Order

II.          Determination of Quorum

III.          Board Members in Attendance

IV.          Approval of Agenda

V.          Minutes of May Regular Meeting

VI.          Borough Assembly Report

VII.          Treasurer Report

VIII.          Community Assistance Program/CAP Grants

  1. FY2017
  • TCCSA Operating
  • Upper Susitna Food Pantry
    1. FY2019
      • Neighborhood Watch Grant

IX.          Committee Reports:

  1. TCCSA Water Committee
  2. Volunteer Fire Department Committee

X.          Correspondence / Current Mail

XI.          Public Forum:

XII.          Unfinished Business:

  1. Mat-Su Community Councils for Public Safety (MSCCPS) Update
  2. FY2018 CAP/Revenue Share Project funding status
  3. Neighborhood Watch report from public meetings

XIII.          New Business:

XIV.          Date of Next Regular Meeting: Thursday, July 18, 2019

XV.          Adjournment

 

Contributions of no more than $50 per member per year are accepted to meet the costs of our operations.