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Sep 24 2010
City Approves Tax Break for Housing Complex PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 September 2010

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The city of Kodiak has agreed to give the Kodiak Island Housing Authority a break on its property taxes for a new housing development. The project on Madsen Avenue now nearing completion will give nine adults between the age of 18 and 22 subsidized housing. The young adults have to be enrolled in college, vocational courses or completing their GED to qualify.

The agreement was approved by a unanimous vote of the city council. It adds the housing complex to a list of at least three other Housing Authority complexes that receive exemptions.

The financial impact on the city is projected to be small. The 2009 taxes for the Madsen Avenue property was estimated to be about $2,600 but city staff did not offer an estimate of how much the authority would pay the city under the new agreement though it would certainly be much less.

Councilman John Whiddon noted that the city has heard from concerned neighbors. Others on the council like Josie Rosales expressed their support saying "give these kids a chance."

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Sep 24 2010
SLIDE Live! Traditional Irish Music & Fun PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 24 September 2010

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            The traditional Celtic musicians of SLIDE party down Irish-style in the KMXT studios on the Friday Morning show with Diana Gish. SLIDE came to Kodiak as part of the Kodiak Arts Council's Performing Arts Series.

 

 
Sep 23 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 September 2010

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            Coming up this week, the FDA holds a hearing on the future of Frankenfish, Denby Lloyd steps down as Fish and Game commissioner, and what's this about feathered bycatch? All that and The Deadliest Lawsuit threatens the Hillstrand Brothers and the fishing vessel Time Bandit. Also: Disaster relief on the Yukon, the skipper of the FV Zimovia is safe after his boat sinks near Sitka, and a fond farewell to boat-builder and fisherman Mel Martin. We had help this week from Coast Alaska's Ed Schoenfeld in Sitka, KUCB's Alexandra Gutierrez in Unalaska, KSTK's Peter Helgeson in Wrangell, and KBBI's Aaron Selbig in Homer.

 
Sep 23 2010
Expected Severe Weather Forces Port Lions Ferry Call Cancellation PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 September 2010

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             The Alaska Marine Highway System has cancelled port calls for the ferry Tustumena in Port Lions for tomorrow due to severe weather predicted for the area.

            The Tustumena's Friday evening departure from Kodiak to Homer remains tentatively scheduled for 5:30 p.m., but it could change depending on the conditions.

           The marine weather forecast for Kodiak Island waters calls for northeast winds picking up tonight to 45 knots, with seas to 11 feet, with winds increasing to 55 knots tomorrow and seas building to 30 feet by Friday night.

 
Sep 23 2010
Feds Seek Input On Kodiak's 'Fishing Community Profile' PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 23 September 2010

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Today is the last day to register for a chance to give input on Kodiak's official profile as a fishing community.  NOAA keeps profiles of fishing communities based largely on census data and keeps them in a database. And on Monday residents of Kodiak and surrounding communities are invited to review the profiles and offer their input.

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