Unalaska is looking to the future — 2030 to be exact. At Tuesday night's city council meeting, planning director Bil Homka presented a brief update on the comprehensive plan.
A key part of the proposal is three advisory committees — a steering committee, a technical committee, and a citizens advisory committee — each composed of about 12 people. Councilors think getting that many people to participate may be difficult.
Before the 50 minute meeting adjourned, the council advanced ordinances, to adjust the Unalaska Marine Center tariff and to create liens for utility services and the cost of abatement, to a second reading.