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The new legislation more closely aligns the city with borough election code.
The project is aimed at improving highway safety between Sterling and Soldotna.
Silver salmon derby wraps up with magic number draw.
The water main, which runs parallel to the eroding bluff, was described as an “emerging issue” by the city public works director.
“Small Fry School” can be livestreamed on the SeaLife Center’s YouTube channel.
Askin said Kenai’s finances are one of the city’s greatest strengths.
Public health officials work to stay ahead of testing need
More kids are contracting COVID amid delta surge
Duffield said development of Kenai’s business community, recreational opportunities and waterfront revitalization were issues important to him.
She said the skills needed to be a successful band director would translate to those needed to be an effective member of the city council.
Douthit said he could bring a younger perspective to the council and that his priority would be bettering the city.
Current code only bans smoking in assembly chambers during meetings and session.
A Valdez and Kodiak resident took home checks for $49,000 each.
The goals of the plan include providing an inventory of city-owned lands and identifying properties required for a public purpose.
Homer City Council is exploring future uses of the Homer Education Recreation Complex.
Choosing Our Roots houses LGBTQ+ youth ages 13-24 with a host person or family
Three of the five candidates vying for seats on the council participated in the event.
Tarbell began in August making threats to individuals in Vermont and others states, according to an FBI affidavit.
The StoryWalk was made possible by a $2,500 donation from the Soldotna Library Friends.