City of Seward

Mary Lowell Center conference center feasibility study

By Russell Stigall – SewardCityNews.com The city of Seward will need aggressive marketing and the support of locals to make successful the proposed Mary Lowell Center conference facility. “Success will require providing a very high quality conference experience,” said Chris Beck of Agnew Beck Consultants, the group that carried out […]

Candidates for city council

Sent in by Debra Hafemeister: I sent these questions to the candidates for city council and requested a reply by 8/18. So far all responded except Iris. 1. For Willard Dunham, Betsy Keller and John French: You all have strong ties to the Alaska SeaLife Center – financial, family, volunteer […]

Seward City Council Regular Meeting Agenda

Monday, September 25, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ROLL CALL 4. SPECIAL ORDERS, PRESENTATIONS AND REPORTS A. Proclamations and Awards 1. October is Fire Prevention Month 2. Lost Lake Run Proclamation for Marsha Vincent 3. Unveiling of Hoben Park Interpretive Panel to […]

Public Funds and Community Benefit

I attended the IMS presentation at the Aug 8th work session with interest. I agree that updating and expansion of the UAF Institute of Marine Science facility, including replacement of the aging Alpha Helix is long overdue; however I do not agree that expending tax dollars to construct a dedicated […]

QAP Construction Update

Sent in by the Seward Project Office- sewardprojects@arctic.net The Alaska Department of Transportation (DOT) and QAP are working together to improve 3rd Avenue/Seward Highway from Railway Avenue to Bear Lake Road. During construction, we [DOT & QAP] will be emailing you updates every Monday, or when major construction events arise […]

Pork

A commentary for SewardCityNews.com by Tim McDonald Councilman Robert Thomas takes exception to my public comments that “I smell Pork sizzling” at the last city council meeting. Also he accused me of inflating the estimates for new Ballaine Blvd replacement picnic pavilions to $500,000 each when estimates are less.

Letter to the Editor

Re: Title V Grant Dear Mayor Shafter, Seward City Council Members & Interested Citizens of Seward, Lynn Hohl belatedly received a copy of the July 10, 2006 memorandum from the city manager to the mayor, council and interested citizens of Seward regarding “Performance Evaluation or Setup for Failure”. She didn’t […]

A commentary from D.E. Woods

The city of Seward has and has had a sever [pedestrian] traffic bottleneck in the boat harbor area for the last several years. The city tries to ignore the fact in the hopes that it will go away. Believe me, it won’t. Yet it would only take a few minutes […]

New Catagories

Campaign Trail – Every second leading up to Seward’s upcoming elections. Seahawk – Go Green and Gold. Whether you wrestle, run, jump or dunk post your pics for all to envy. Coaches, post stats and summeries of games, matches, or meets. Student council, fundraisers, Drama, art and music. Post events […]

Kindergarten Round Up!

Kindergarten Round-Up Wednesday, April 27th Session 1 – 5:30 pm meeting, registration paperwork 6:30 pm Session 2 – 6:30 pm meeting, registration paperwork 6:00 pm Seward Elementary School Kindergarten Rooms Babysitting will be provided for your children. If you do not have your registration forms completed ahead of time, there […]