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Jan 11 2013
City Council Seeks to Redefine Public Records PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 11 January 2013

 

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        Last night the Kodiak City Council met for its first regular meeting of 2013. On the agenda was a first reading of an ordinance that would exclude reference and transitory documents from the definitions of city and public records. City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski said the ordinance is more of a clarification than an actual change.   

 

 

         Last night the Kodiak City Council met for its first regular meeting of 2013. On the agenda was a first reading of an ordinance that would exclude reference and transitory documents from the definitions of city and public records. City Manager Aimee Kniaziowski said the ordinance is more of a clarification than an actual change.   

 

--             (City Meeting  1   :45                          “We have received periodically and we have… handled like a record.”)

 

 

                Councilman John Whiddon said he understands why at first glance this ordinance might make some community members uncomfortable.

 

--             (City Meeting  2   :42                          “But I would note that the code…I would be comfortable with forwarding this.”)

 

               

                   Before the ordinance was put to a vote, City Clerk Debra Marlar clarified once more for the council and audience members why the two forms of documents are excluded from city and public records.

 

--             (City Meeting  3   :26                          “And if I might I’d also just clarify that…public and we’re happy to do so.”)

 

               

                The council unanimously passed the first reading of the ordinance, which will now move to public hearing during the January 24 regular meeting.

            In other business the council passed an ordinance requiring businesses that charge a city sales tax to file the number of transactions they have throughout the year that exempts a portion or all of the tax. The city also declared January 2013 as stalking awareness month.
 
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