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Jul 29 2009
McDonald's Contract Extended PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 29 July 2009

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            Following Monday night's regular school board meeting, the board met in executive session for an evaluation of Superintendent Stewart McDonald. KMXT's Diana Gish has more:

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Jul 28 2009
Talk of The Rock - New Plan for New High School PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2009

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            Host Jay Barrett welcomes Superintendent Stewart McDonald, Assistant Superintendent Ron Fried, Kodiak High Principal Bill Watkins and District Director of Operations Scott Williams to Talk of the Rock to discuss the push for renovating the high school.

 
Jul 28 2009
City Approves Grants to Nonprofits PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2009

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            The Kodiak City Council approved, on a five-to-zero vote, its contributions to area nonprofit organizations at its meeting last week. Councilman Tom Walters said the city and its residents appreciate the work that nonprofits do for the community.

            The Kodiak Humane Society, which operates the animal shelter here, received the largest single cash donation, in the amount of 96-thousand dollars. The Kodiak Island Convention and Visitors Bureau received 85-thousand dollars in cash, and a waiver of 12-thousand in rent at the Pier One ferry terminal building. Also receiving an in-kind donation of rent in that building is the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce, in the amount of 21-thousand dollars. The Chamber also received 43-thousand dollars for its economic development program. Several programs received 10-thousand dollar grants, including the Kodiak Womens Resource and Crisis Center, the Senior Citizens of Kodiak and the Brother Francis Shelter, which also received 34-thousand dollars of non-cash support for water and sewer and land payments. 

            Another of the major beneficiaries of the city's largess is the Kodiak Historical Society, which operates the Baranof (b'RON-off) Museum in the city-owned Erskine House. It received 60-thousand dollars in operations funds and 17-thousand dollars as in-kind donation of utilities.

            By way of disclaimer, we should mention that Kodiak Public Broadcasting received 10-thousand dollars in grant funds this year from the city, as well as nearly 1,000-dollars in in-kind donations for water and sewer services.

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Jul 28 2009
Progress on Pools PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 28 July 2009

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            The School Board held its regular meeting Monday (last) night. The board heard two reports, both from the district's Director of Operations, Scott Williams. Williams gave an update on the High School bond project as well as a report on summer maintenance projects district-wide.

            Included in that list was an update on the old and new swimming pools. Some eyebrows were raised when Williams reported a leak in the roof above the pool. That is, until he clarified which pool roof had a leak.

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Jul 27 2009
Council Says 'No' to Extended Jail Contract with State PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 July 2009

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            The Kodiak City Council maintained its hard line last week against the State of Alaska in the battle over housing prisoners. Last month the council voted to accept one last contract with the state to operate a jail here. After that, the care and feeding of prisoners will no longer be the city's problem - unless the state pony's up millions of dollars to complete the build-out of the jail portion of the new Kodiak Police Station. 

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