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Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin

Seward Parks and Recreation Bulletin: Sports & Recreation News: Letter of Thanks Seward Parks and Recreation hosted the Annual Super Saturday Clean-Up Saturday, May 3rd. Due to the outstanding efforts of the community and the support of Alaska Sea Life Center, our sponsors and Alaska Waste, Super Saturday turned out […]

Cop Talk

Cop Talk

NOTICE: Bikes that are on the bike rack north of city hall by the satellite dish are free for the taking. They will be available until May 31st when any remaining bikes or parts will be taken to the dump. Bikes in the enclosed fencing are NOT included. Questions, comments, […]

Community Garage Sale and Gear Swap

Spring is here, time to clean house and get ready for summer fun! Resurrection Bay Conservation Alliance is holding a garage sale/gear swap combo at the Seward High School cafeteria on Saturday, May 24th from 9:30am-2pm. Want to de-clutter? Donate items to our garage sale (household items, working appliances, furniture, […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

Seward City Council Special Meeting Thursday, May 8, 2008 at 8:00 am 1. Call to order 2. Pledge of allegiance 3. Roll call 4. Citizens’ comments on any subject except those items scheduled for public hearing. 5. Approval of agenda 6. New Business A. Resolution 2008-043,. Authorizing The City Manager […]

Seward’s Taxcap

This past budget cycle was a very high-profile one for our community, and some of the issues remain unresolved.  May 8th, at 7 PM, the City Council is holding a worksession on the sales tax cap (along with the 1st quarter financials).  It is your opportunity to be heard and […]

Seward's Taxcap

This past budget cycle was a very high-profile one for our community, and some of the issues remain unresolved.  May 8th, at 7 PM, the City Council is holding a worksession on the sales tax cap (along with the 1st quarter financials).  It is your opportunity to be heard and […]

Borough Funded to the Cap!

Somewhere around 11pm last night & after thoughtful debate, the borough assembly voted unanimously to fund schools to the cap. A number of members also put the district on notice there could very well be a different outcome next year. Thanks to everyone who came to support our schools, testified […]

NOTICE OF SPECIAL EMERGENCY MEETING

NOTICE OF SPECIAL EMERGENCY MEETING

Thursday, May 08, 2008 at 8:00 a.m. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seward City Council will conduct a special emergency meeting on the following items of business on May 08, 2008. Resolution 2008-043, Authorizing The City Manager To Enter Into An Agreement With Icicle Seafoods To Reimburse Money For […]

Thank-You Seward Artists

This spring I was privileged to take an incredible course in “Community Awareness.” It was an unannounced course brought about by a large painting. The painting, “Remembering Exit Glacier” created by Dot Bardarson and collaborated on by many others will soon be unveiled on the side of the Avtec building. […]

Sales Tax Cap Work Session Rescheduled

Sales Tax Cap Work Session Rescheduled

Sorry for the short notice, but we are going to have to cancel the sales tax cap increase work session tonight (Monday, May 5) for lack of a quorum. We will add this topic to Thursdays January, February and March Financials work session, and see how much we can do […]

Cop Talk

Cop Talk

DID YOU KNOW? The Seward Police Department has a public service presentation available entitled “Fatal Vision; A Look at the Effects of Impairment in the Workplace”. For the presentation, we use “Fatal Vision” goggles which simulate the visual effects of alcohol impairment. If your business would like to include this […]

Repeal City Sales Tax on Heating Fuel

I would request the City of Seward repeal the sales tax on heating fuel. The cost to heat our homes is quickly becoming unbearable. The business sector, in order to survive, will surely pass along the high cost to the consumer in the form of higher prices. Increased fuel costs […]

Update on Missing Child

The missing child was found last night at around 10pm by family in his neighborhood of Salmon Creek. Thanks to the help and hard work of the Bear Creek Fire Dept., Seward Fire Dept., the State Troopers and volunteers the boy is safe at home. The automated phone alerts many […]

The athletes are moving with drive and determination, forced to follow one another one by one up the trail.  The 3,022 foot Mt. Marathon race doesn’t usually include 5 year olds but in this situation, they are climbing all over the mountain, competing with the other racers.  What’s going on?  […]