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May 29 2010
Jock of the Rock PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 29 May 2010

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          This week on Jock of the Rock, Jay, Ron and Michael are joined by Gerry Ding, who shares the secret of playing competative softball into your 70s.

 
May 29 2010
Gubernatorial Debate on Fisheries Issues PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 29 May 2010

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From the Frying Pan into the Fire

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          On May 28th, six candidates for Alaska governor gathered at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium in Kodiak for the quadrenial debate on fisheries issues. In attendance were incumbent Sean Parnell, Republican challengers Bill Walker and Ralph Samuels, and Democratic candidates Ethan Berkowitz, Hollis French and Bob Poe. The debate is in three parts, linked above; Hours 1 and 2, and segment 3, which was after the debate when audience members asked the candidates questions in the "From the Frying Pan into the Fire" segment.

 
May 28 2010
Borough Assembly Readies to Approve Budget PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 May 2010

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             Kodiak Island Borough Assembly members worked through budget issues Thursday night in advance of next week's regular assembly meeting.The session involved going point by point through the questions raised by assembly members at an earlier budget review.

            There were also updates and adjustments made to the budget as a result of changes that have occurred since it was first introduced on April 20th.

            One of the biggest changes is the cash appropriation to the school district.

            Last week the assembly chose to appropriate money to the school district that was equal to last year's local contribution. Now it appears that new borough budgetary figures will mean some better news for the school district.

            Reductions in both liability and property insurance for the school district have freed up $172,000. Liability insurance is $112,000 less than originally budgeted and property insurance is $60,000 less than expected. Those savings will translate into a higher cash contribution for the school budget.

            The school district had asked the borough to increase its local funding this year. The additional $172,000 in insurance savings, will be used to raise the cash contribution to the schools. The increase in the appropriation will still fall $321,000 less than the district's requested amount.

            At the worksession Borough Finance Director Carl Short told the assembly members that in the future it will be necessary to find new funding sources to pay expenses. For now, he says, thinks are pretty stable.

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May 28 2010
Parking Crunch Stops Villagers in Their Tracks PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 May 2010

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            An unanticipated consequence of the city's new long-term parking policy at Saint Paul Harbor was pointed out to the Kodiak City Council at its meeting last night. The new policy requires parking permits for the long-term parking area near the Harbormaster's Office, but they can only be bought by people who already lease a slip in the harbor. Non-harbor customers are ineligible, which could cause problems for villagers like Barbara Anderson, who came to town from Ouzinkie yesterday for Crab Fest.

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May 27 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 May 2010

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            Coming up this week, Togiak herring is over, and the harvest was huge; the chinook bycatch plan is in place for the Bering Sea, and a bizarre tale of a skipper putting himself ashore .We had help from Deckboss Blogger Wesley Loy, KNOM's Laureli Kineen in Nome, and KBBI's Aaron Selbig in Homer.

 
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