Seward Airport Improvements Project Public Meeting
The Seward Airport Improvements Project public meeting at the Rae Building last Thursday was an open house and project presentation. There were diagrams and maps of the presently existing airport and its problems, and a brief slide presentation explaining the project’s overview.
As they ended their summer sabbatical, the Seward Recreation Committee continued their main function to "conceive, compile and advance recreational opportunities" for Seward. The members of the committee met last Wednesday at Zudy's Cafe to, among other things, hear two presentations. The first was on the topic of a possible ice rink or multi-use facility. The second presentation was about the results of a recent recreation survey on whether Seward needs a recreation/community center. The survey of the average Jane Doe and Richard (Dick) Roe was conducted by the Seward Prevention Coalition and the Community Center Action Team during May and June of this year. Public input at this committee meeting was also welcome.
There will be cake and light refreshments at next week’s celebration of Seward’s Founders’ Day – an annual event that recalls the establishment of a railroad town at the head of Resurrection Bay on Aug. 28, 1903.
Resurrection Bay Historical Society invites the public to join the festivities marking the 111th anniversary of the arrival of the landing party from the Santa Ana steamship. There will be a reception from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28 in the Seward Community Library Museum at the corner of Sixth and Adams.
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