Several trail-related items are coming before the Borough Assembly this Thursday, April 22. If you support any or all of these items, please let the Assembly know. You can attend the meeting or you can contact assembly members via email or phone.
- Contact information is here.
RESOLUTION NO. 2021-10.
A Resolution Encouraging Continued Work On The Chena Riverwalk Phase III Project And Consideration From The Alaska Railroad Corporation To Grant A Long-Term Land Interest For The Project.
*RESOLUTION NO. 2021-15.
A Resolution Supporting An Application By The Nordic Ski Club Of Fairbanks To The State Of Alaska For A Recreational Trails Program Matching Grant For Required Maintenance Upgrades To Existing Areawide Non-Motorized Trails In The Birch Hill Recreation Area And The Fort Wainwright Owned Use Area. (Sponsor: Assemblymember Sanford)
*RESOLUTION NO. 2021-17.
A Resolution Supporting The Construction Of The Fairbanks To Seward Multi-Use Trail, Also Known As The Alaska Long Trail. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)
*RESOLUTION NO. 2021-21.
A Resolution Supporting A State Parks Recreational Trails Program Grant To Build Four Miles Of Trail In The Bonanza Creek Area To Connect 50 Miles Of Forestry Roads In The Tanana Valley State Forest. (Sponsor: Assemblymember Cooper)
This ordinance will have a public hearing on June 10, but you can still let assembly members know how you feel about it.
*ORDINANCE NO. 2020-20-1V.
An Ordinance Amending The FY 2020-21 Budget By Appropriating $41,969 In Local Matching Funds From The Capital Improvement Program And Maintenance Reserve To The Capital Projects Fund For The Tanana River Recreation Access Improvements Project, Part Of The FY 2021 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Project Entitled “Tanana Lakes Master Plan Implementation Phase I”; Amending The FY 2021 CIP By Expediting This Project From FY28 And FY29 To FY21; And Amending The FY 2022 CIP By Expediting A Portion Of This Project From FY22 To FY21. (Sponsor: Mayor Ward)
(Refer to the Finance Committee on June 3, 2021; Advance to June 10, 2021 for Public Hearing)