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Nov 10 2010
Council Clears Way For Harbor Parking Permits PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 10 November 2010

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101110.council-at-pd.jpgThe Kodiak City Council and staff meeting in the new police station. Jay Barrett/KMXT photo

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            The Kodiak City Council held its second work session and first special meeting at the Emergency Operations Center in the new police station last night. There were two items on the special meeting agenda - a public hearing on changing city code to clear the way for issuing parking permits at the harbors for fishermen, and another change order for the jail portion of the police station.

            There were no public comments or much council discussion about the ordinance that replaces part of the city code dealing with parking. The new ordinance allows the council to set parking rates and fines, which it will do next month via resolution. The plan will change some parking spaces around Saint Paul and Saint Herman harbors from free, 30-day parking to paid permits for fishermen working on boats registered with the harbormaster. The permits will likely go into effect this summer on a six-month trial basis.

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Nov 09 2010
State Education Commissioner Larry LeDoux Out Following Governor's Reshuffle PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 November 2010

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            Kodiak's Larry LeDoux, who has served for nearly two-and-a-half years as the State Commissioner of Education, will be replaced in the new administration of Governor Sean Parnell. After winning a term of his own last week, Parnell asked all of his commissioners and division heads for letters of resignation. Parnell inherited Sarah Palin's commissioners after she abruptly quit about half way through her term.

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Nov 09 2010
Ammonia Release Drill PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 November 2010

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Kodiak City and Bayside Volunteer fire departments conducted a hazardous materials drill on the spit near Saint Paul Harbor Monday night. They responded to a simulated anhydrous ammonia leak. The chemical is a key agent in the ice-making equipment at Kodiak's many fish processing plants. It is explosive under certain conditions, can burn the skin and is harmful or fatal if inhaled. Jay Barrett/KMXT photo

 
Nov 09 2010
Kodiak Jail May Be Delayed, Harborside Parking Regime Going To Hearing PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 November 2010

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            Kodiak's new jail may not be ready until after the first of the year. Contractors are still awaiting delivery of toilet fixtures and specialized furniture which may push back the date in which inmates can be transferred to the new $23.7 million facility.

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Nov 09 2010
Fick Replaces Flemming as ASMI Spokesperson PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 November 2010

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            Next week there will be a new public face for the agency charged with promoting Alaska's seafood. Thirty-seven-year-old Tyson Fick will assume the job as communications director for the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute on Monday.

            ASMI's Executive Director Ray Riutta will be Fick's new boss.

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