"That way we can have a hearing at our regularly scheduled meeting [in May], and we can decide then with all the information if we are going to move forward with it this year or not.

Because if we kick this too far down the road, it is not going to happen this year. They were looking at building their own buildings; they are probably not going to do that.

The new heat exchangers installed this summer would be designed specifically to work with hot water, according to GCSD Superintendent Chris Reitan.

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City Manager Shanda Huntington told the council that two rooms are intended for city police officers and the remaining eight would be used by the city to house short-term visitors such as auditors, inspectors and contractors.

The city currently uses the Birchwood dormitory on base for that purpose, but QAP General Contractors of Anchorage recently approached the city about leasing the entire Birchwood through 2018.

The final cost of the heating and efficiency upgrades won’t be known until the bid is awarded.

The School Board also approved a school calendar for the upcoming year.

The agreement for the Headquarters Building only lasts for one year, after which time Huntington expects the school district and city to make a decision about whether the building should be maintained any longer.

Huntington also asked for and received permission to purchase a 15,000 gallon double-walled fuel tank for the storage of heating fuel.If they don’t have space this summer, I don’t know what they are going to do.” BLM is planning to demolish its two aging barracks buildings on the western edge of the former Air Force Base, and first approached the City four years ago about leasing housing near its airport base of operations.A special city council meeting to reconsider the ordinance should be coming in the next few weeks.Over the 20 year lifespan of the proposed lease, BLM would pay a total of close to 2-point-5 million dollars to the City, at a rate of 135 thousand dollars per year, plus utility payments.City Manager Shanda Huntington supported the lease agreement as a partial replacement for state revenue sharing and federal payment in lieu of taxes money, both of which are expected to diminish or disappear in the near future.City and school officials have concluded that the switch to a hot water-based heat distribution system, which accompanied the switch to biomass heat on base last fall, exposed some of the shortcomings of the aging heaters in the dorm.