Light Agenda for Kodiak Council

Kayla Desroches/KMXT

The Kodiak City Council will talk public property permits and restaurant designation at its regular meeting tonight (Thursday). Both the Kodiak Garden Club and Kodiak’s Filipino-American Youth Basketball Association have requested use of public property for community events. 

The Garden Club will host its annual plant sale and would like to reserve the covered area at Baranof Park. Here’s City Manager Aimée Kniaziowski speaking about the Club.

“What I like about this group is that they provide not just the plants, but educational information and then they use the money that’s raised in a really nice way to help augment the small grant that they get for helping the city plant some of those areas.”

The Garden Club does work at the Baranof Museum, the harbor area, and several other plots around the city. 

The Filipino-American Youth Basketball Association requests space at the Teen Center to hold a dance. The proceeds would fund a trip for student athletes to fly to Wasilla for a May 2015 tournament. 

The City Council will also discuss the Kodiak Harbor Convention Center’s transfer of ownership to Island Hotels and its Designation Application with the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. If approved, the designation would allow younger patrons to eat at the location and allow servers to be between 16- and 20-years-old. 

The city council’s regular meeting with begin at 7:30 p.m.

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