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Feb 03 2011
State Cries Foul Over Boundary Shift Between State, Federal Waters PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 February 2011

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Areas in magenta denote revised boundaries demarking the division between state and federal waters. The changes affect jurisdiction and state agencies are crying foul. 

 

 

 

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            New federal charts published last summer have shifted some boundary lines that separate state and federal waters. Federal waters generally start at the three-nautical mile line but the methodology has changed and so have regulations for some commercial fishing areas.

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Feb 03 2011
Mentoring Program Coming to Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 February 2011

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            The Big Brother Big Sister program is coming to Kodiak. That's the organization that matches a boy or girl with a mentor to spend time with and to help guide.

 

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Feb 03 2011
Bonds, Public Hearing on Tonight's Borough Agenda PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 February 2011

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            Tonight's Kodiak Island Borough Assembly agenda includes a public hearing on an ordinance that limits what can be said when officially representing the assembly

            The ordiance would restrict the mayor or assembly members from making official comments on an issue without first running the matter before the assembly.

            The ordinance grows out of a letter sent by borough mayor Jerome Selby as testimony to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council. Selby has said he has no problem with the new proposal but warns that it could hamper the assembly's ability to respond to an issue on short notice.

            Some assembly members supported the ordinance at the last regular meeting, others said that they approved it in first reading so that it would come to tonight's meeting as a public hearing. Assembly member Sue Jeffrey was one who said she wanted to hear what local residents thought of the proposed ordinance.

            Other items on tonight's assembly agenda meeting include a resolution authorizing the borough to issue general obligation bonds not to exceed $8 million to provide initial funds for the high school renovation and addition project. Voters in 2009 approved obligating up to $76 million in bonds for the school and related projects.

            In another resolution, the assembly will consider adopting the borough's strategic plan for the years 2011 to 2015. Included in the plan is a goal to encourage the legislature to fund school construction projects to the maximum. It also adds a number of new items in the borough's efforts to fulfill its mission and vision, and to outline its guiding principles.

            An agenda and materials for tonight's meeting are available on-line by going to KMXT dot org.

            Tonight's assembly meeting begins at 7:30 in the assembly chambers and will be broadcast live by KMXT.


           

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Feb 02 2011
17-Year-Old Student Accused of Inciting Bomb Scare PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 February 2011

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            A 17-year-old high school student is accused of making a bomb threat against Kodiak High School that caused officials to evacuate students Tuesday morning while police searched the buildings.

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Feb 02 2011
Songwriter Suzanne Vega Opens Alaska Tour in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 February 2011

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            Singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega is in Kodiak to perform a concert this evening. The show is being sponsored by the Kodiak Arts Council and already more than 350 people have bought tickets for the show at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium at the high school. Shortly after arriving yesterday afternoon, Vega spoke to KMXT's Jacob Resneck about her first tour of Alaska.

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