By Rick Smeriglio for SCN – Seward city code specifies a seven-member Planning and Zoning Commission with four needed for a quorum, but Seward currently has only four members in total and this causes problems, said Assistant City Manager Ron Long at a recent City Council Meeting. P & Z Commission Chair Cindy Ecklund agrees. After having canceled its last meeting […]
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SEWARD CITY COUNCIL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Monday, February 24, 2014 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seward City Council will conduct a public hearing on the following items of business at its regular meeting on Monday, February 24, 2014: RESOLUTION 2014-022, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO PURCHASE BLOCK 13A, SEWARD TOWNSITE, CLIFF ADDITION BLOCK 13 REPLAT […]
Local band Burning Bush would like to sincerely thank the community of Seward for its warm reception at the premiere concert of their debut album, “Honesty in a Box.” We are amazed at the outpouring of support and interest from the community. There are many factors that contribute to a great concert. A great audience is certainly one. Thank you […]
It’s here. Please welcome new arrival, “Honesty in a Box,” the debut album from Seward’s own Burning Bush. Experience the new album Friday, January 3rd, 7pm at the Rae Building. There, the local band will take the stage for the album’s premier concert performance. The band features an array of local talent including Mark Chase, Brett Chase, Dakota Plush, Aimie […]
PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Seward Wastewater Department is pleased to announce that they will host an Open House at the Lowell Point Wastewater Treatment Plant, on Saturday, September 14, 2013, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm. The City’s Engineering Consultant from Michael L. Foster & Associates will be present, as well as City staff from the Wastewater Department. We will answer […]
The Resurrection Bay Historical Society and the City of Seward would like to invite all residents to a public celebration event for: 110th Anniversary of the Seward’s Founder’s Day Seward Library Museum, located at 239 Sixth Avenue (on the corner of 6th & Adams) Wednesday, August 28, 2013 from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. There is no charge for this […]
Teen and Youth Center Seward Teen & Youth Center’s After School Program is in full swing! ASP emphasizes academic enrichment, creative arts, environmental science, cooperative play, sports, homework help, outdoor play, music appreciation and social enhancement. Children can chose from a number of daily activities from science experiments, to baking projects to board games to field trips to a local […]
The Phoenix Chapter of the Alaska State Firefighters Association would like to express our sincere gratitude to the many local businesses that donated to support our dinner cruise and auction on Saturday, August 25. The Phoenix Chapter is a combined effort of Bear Creek, Moose Pass and Seward Fire Departments, and Seward Volunteer Ambulance Corps, in a joint association to […]
Sept 13 Council Report By Heidi Zemach The Seward City Council moved another step forward to update and expand the city security camera systems that are monitored by the local police. At Monday nights council meeting they unanimously passed a resolution authorizing City Manager Phillip Oates to enter into a contract agreement with Service Electric, Inc for $345,000 to immediately […]
Forget the fair – we’ve got two events this weekend and next you don’t want to miss! Due to popular demand, the ASFA Phoenix Chapter Rummage / Quilt / Bake Sale is being held over to this Saturday! Location: Seward Elks Lodge 419 Fifth Avenue Date: Saturday, August 28 Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Weve got something for everyone […]
By Heidi Zemach for Seward City News A giant rock, weighing nearly 17 tons, will be lowered into place Monday night (around 7 p.m.) between the Old Depot building at the end of Third Avenue at the Alaska Sea Life Center parking lot. It will become the base for a monument dedicated to […]
Tonight you will undoubtedly be encouraged by words from the City Manager and the allegedly unbiased “Fluoride Committee” to pass an “advisory vote” resolution regarding adding Fluoride to City Water.
What a Surprise! A vote on the Fluoride “Advisory Ballot” right after the first weekend of Summer. Can anyone imagine a better time for a thorough investigation by the public into this complex and controversial issue? And with a full five day’s notice I’m sure everyone is updating their calendars: 1) Mow lawn 2) figure out what to do with […]