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Jan 26 2011
Council, Assembly Work on Common Issues PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 26 January 2011

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            The Kodiak City Council and Kodiak Island Borough Assembly met in a rare joint session last night. It was a work session and no formal action was taken but the two boards covered a lot of ground from crossing guards to landfill expansion.

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Jan 25 2011
Talk of the Rock - Architects Speak on Kodiak High School Project PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 January 2011

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             Today on Talk of the Rock, host This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it speaks with architects Craig Mason and Tony Yorba as well as the Kodiak Island Borough's project manager Ken Smith about the Kodiak High School expansion and renovation. The design team has also launched a blog to encourage public outreach and community involvement.

 
Jan 25 2011
Homer Fishing Vessel Grounded Near PWS PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 January 2011

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            Two Air Station Kodiak helicopters and a cutter from Homer are attempting to rescue the crew of a grounded fishing boat near Prince William Sound. The 42-foot Homer-based fishing vessel "Ruffian," is reported to be taking on water in the vicinity of Latouche Island. The Coast Guard says the boat's skipper intentionally grounded the Ruffian to keep from sinking in deeper water. It reportedly carries 200 gallons of diesel fuel, and is now sitting with its stern submerged.

            A VHF distress call relayed from a nearby salmon hatchery was received at the same time an EPIRB signal was detected, at 12:44 this (Tuesday) morning.

            An MH-60 Jayhawk from Kodiak responded at 1:45 a.m., but due to restricted visibility, could not locate the vessel. The chopper diverted to Cordova for the night. At 9:20 this morning a second Jayhawk launched from Kodiak to join the rescue effort. The cutter Roanoke Island departed from Homer this morning and was expected to arrive around 3 p.m.

            Meanwhile, the 110-foot fishing vessel "Vanguard" responded as well, and is on the scene, but the water is too shallow for it to reach the Ruffian.

            Weather on scene is 30 knot winds and 3-foot seas. No injuries have been reported.

 
Jan 25 2011
Rezanof East - Mill Bay Road Traffic Debated PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 January 2011

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            Last week's approval of a rezoning on Rezanof Drive East brought up a number of concerns regarding traffic on that stretch of the road.

            KMXT's Maggie Wall reports the area near Mill Bay and Rezanof has a reputation for being very dangerous and the assembly would like that to change.

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Jan 25 2011
Alutiiq Museum Publishing Australian Author's 'Aswituu'uq's Dream' PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 25 January 2011

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            The Alutiiq Museum is publishing a children's book that tells the story of two Native boys who embark on a kayak journey during the time of Russian colonization. April Laktonen Counceller, the museum's Alutiiq language manager, has been working with Australian author Pattie Leighton for several years.

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