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Oct 04 2013
Assembly Favors Road Improvements on CIP List PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 October 2013

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            Last night the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly passed its state legislative capital improvement projects priority list for the 2014 legislative session, but it was a different list than the assembly saw two weeks ago. During assembly discussion Assemblyman Mel Stephens moved to amend the list, bumping the number six item to number three, and letting the other items change accordingly.
            Number six asks the state for $5 million to put toward service area road paving and improvements.
            “I make that motion because I basically agree with the comments of Scott Arndt and Dennis Symmons concerning the priorities here. I think service area road and paving improvements should be a higher priority than they have been in the past. I think they benefit a greater portion of the people than some of the other items that were above number six on this list.”
            One of those items asks for $500,000 to look at extending public utilities to swampy acres. The project would be a public/private partnership and cater to the possibility that additional Coast Guard housing could be built in that area, which currently has no water or sewer lines. Stevens said he is against that project, which was originally number three on the CIP list.
            Assemblyman Aaron Griffin, however, said that should remain on the list because it is intended to help offset some of the housing problems here in Kodiak. He said the one complaint he hears consistently from Kodiak community members is the high cost of housing.

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Oct 04 2013
Hughes Named to National Board PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 04 October 2013

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    A woman with roots in Kodiak has been appointed to the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges. Mary Hughes, a member of the University of Alaska Board of Regents, is the first Alaskan to serve on the national board, which provides guidance for regents around the country.
    Kodiak’s Pat Jacobs, the chair of the U of A Board of Regents said Hughes’ appointment will strengthen the Alaska organization’s relationship with the national board.
    Hughes was appointed to the U of A’s Board of Regents in 2002 by then-Governor Tony Knowles. She has also worked for U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski and was the City of Anchorage’s municipal attorney in the 1990s. She also hosted a weekly talk show on Anchorage radio for seven years.
    She lived in Kodiak as a child while her father practiced law here.

 
Oct 03 2013
Alaskan Women Looking for Love Premieres on Sunday PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 October 2013

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Alaskan women looking for love. From left to right: Haley, Jenny, Tina, Heather, Lacy and Sabina. photo courtesy of TLC 

 

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          It’s no secret that Alaska has become a popular setting for reality television. Many shows feature the last frontier’s extreme wilderness or dangerous jobs, but a new one will take a look at Alaska’s romantic side, or lack there of. Alaskan Women Looking for Love premieres on Sunday and features six Kodiak women who are fed up with dating on a remote island. Their solution: fly 5,000 miles south to Miami, Florida with the hopes of finding love. KMXT’s Brianna Gibbs spoke with three of women to learn more about the latest Alaska-themed reality show.

 
Oct 03 2013
The Alaska Fisheries Report PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 October 2013

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Coming up this week: How the federal shutdown is affecting NOAA Fisheries and the National Weather Service; Thanks to Obamacare, being a fisherman is no longer considered “a pre-existing condition;” And, we have the latest in our on-going series of stories about people smuggling fish in their pants.

 

We had stories this week from KSTK's Shady Grove Oliver in Wrangell and KFSK's Joe Viechnicki in Petersburg. Thanks also to Deckboss blogger Wesley Loy and The LegHead Report's Maggie Wall for their assistance this week.

 

Hear the Alaska Fisheries Report at 9:15 a.m. Thursdays, 5:25 p.m. on Fridays and at 12:15 p.m. Saturdays on KMXT & HD1.

 

UFA’s Affordable Care Act information for fishermen.

The LegHead Report’s Affordable Care Act coverage.

 
Oct 03 2013
Troopers Searching for Flaming Car Owner PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 03 October 2013

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    Alaska State Troopers are looking for some help in finding the owner of a car that was apparently set on fire and rolled off a cliff onto the beach near the Helipad on Spruce Cape Road. The fire was reported early last Wednesday morning. Troopers determined the vehicle was unoccupied.
    Troopers say the car was burned to such an extent that identifying its make and model has been difficult. In photographs, the car appears to be a midsize four-door. After the flames were extinguished the Troopers discovered that the VIN, or vehicle identification number, had been removed, as were the license plates, further hindering identification of its owner.
    The Troopers are continuing to investigate the incident and are urging anyone with information to give them or Crime Stoppers a call.

 
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