It’s a relatively light meeting for the Kodiak City Council tonight. The council will take a look at the city’s federal capital improvements program list. It includes a number of projects the city hopes to have funded with federal dollars this year and will be sent to Washington D.C. following council approval. The Monashka pumphouse replacement tops that list, followed by Shelikof Street bulkhead parking and Shelikof Street pedestrian improvements.
Also on tonight’s agenda is an office space lease with Morpho Trust USA, Inc., a company that issues Transportation Worker Identification Credentials, or TWICs. TWIC cards are needed for dockworkers of any kind in Kodiak.
Finally, tonight the council will vote on whether or not to accept the city’s audit that was presented during Tuesday’s work session. Overall, the city was given a clean bill of health in terms of finances by Auditor Michelle Drew of BDO USA.
Tonight’s meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the borough assembly chambers and will be broadcast live on KMXT.
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