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Mar 02 2011
Saturday Will Be 'Tax Free' In Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 March 2011

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           Those thinking about doing some serious shopping soon, may want to circle Saturday on their calendar. That's because Saturday is the city's Sales Tax Free Day, and any purchases made inside the city will be free of the usual 6 percent sales tax. That's like getting 6 percent off on everything you purchase.

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Mar 02 2011
DOT: Tustumena Needs Repairs PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 March 2011

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            The state's Tustumena ferry is in need of repairs and will be out of service for seven days later this month. The work will require the ferry to be serviced at a shipyard in Seward. Schedules can be found here .

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Mar 01 2011
Talk of the Rock - Revising Kodiak's Borough Code PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 March 2011

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            This week host Maggie Wall speaks with Kodiak Island Borough planner Duane Dvorak and consultant Val Lazdins of LSL Planning, Inc. about the initiative underway to revise the borough's land use code. There are workshops planned for Thursday, March 10 at the Kodiak High School and Friday, March 11 at the Chiniak School gymnasium.

 
Mar 01 2011
Harbor Plan Divides City Council Members PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 March 2011

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            A proposal to establish a paid parking area for fishermen to use when out fishing continues to frustrate Kodiak City Council members, city staff and fishermen. KMXT's Maggie Wall has more.

 

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Feb 28 2011
Rocket Launch Set For May 5th PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 28 February 2011

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            The U.S. Air Force has set May 5 as the date for a military reconnaissance satellite to be launched at the Kodiak Launch Complex. A Minotaur IV rocket similar to the one launched last November will carry a TacSat-4 satellite to a high elliptical orbit.

            The TacSat-4 is designed to relay space-to-ground battlefield communications in real-time.

            The launch complex on Narrow Cape is owned and operated by the Alaska Aerospace Corporation which has been beset by funding challenges since losing its lucrative Missile Defense Agency contract last year.

            But CEO Dale Nash says a partner bid for ground-based missile defense at Fort Greeley will offer more opportunities over the next two to five years. In the meantime, the state-owned corporation has asked for $10 million in operating funds from the state. Gov. Sean Parnell's executive budget contains $4 million in dividends from the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority to help fund the corporation.

            The funding request for $10 million is pending approval by the state Legislature, said Republican House Majority Leader Alan Austerman of Kodiak. Austerman also sits on the corporation's board of directors.

            The corporation's oversight was recently shifted from the state's economic development department to the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

 

 

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