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Sep 02 2009
Veterans' Benefits Specialist in Kodiak Today PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 02 September 2009

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            Military veterans in Kodiak will get a chance to speak face-to-face with a veteran's entitlement expert today. Scott Thorstad, who works for the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be available at the Kodiak Job Center to provide free consultation on the many entitlements the Veterans Administration has to offer. Thorstad will be at the Alaska Job Center, at 309 Center Avenue, today, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Sep 01 2009
Bumper Crop of Veggies at Work PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 September 2009

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            You've seen the gardens and you may have heard of the program: "Veggies at Work" is on-going effort to get vegetable gardens to grow at local businesses and non-profits. The vegetables from the workplace gardens are grown, harvested and then donated locally. KMXT's Diana Gish has an update on this summer's crop.

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Sep 01 2009
Fiery Council Debate Over Unionization Spending PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 September 2009

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            The Kodiak City Council voted five-to-one Thursday night to spend nearly 40-thousand dollars giving the city's point of view over a unionization initiative that will be on the October municipal election ballot. The money will be used to pay the public relations firm Bradley Reed and Associates to conduct a public information campaign.

            Councilman Charlie Davidson, who cast the lone vote against the measure, was upset over the campaign expenditure, saying it might unduly sway voters.

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Sep 01 2009
Assembly Approves State Wish-List PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 01 September 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly has selected eleven major projects to submit to the state legislature for possible funding. At the top of the list is the Alaska Department of Fish and Game research facility. The new building will be built on Near Island adjacent to its federal research facility counterpart. The current Department of Fish and Game building was built in 1973. The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly is asking the state for three million dollars for the project. That's around one fifth of the total construction cost. Other funding for the building will be requested from the EVOS Trustee Council. State grants totaling close to five million dollars have already been provided to the department of Fish and Game and the borough for this project.

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Aug 31 2009
State Senators in Kodiak for Energy Hearing PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 31 August 2009

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            How can state government team up with Alaskans to create long term energy projects that work for local communities? A group of senators are travelling around the state holding field hearings in hopes of answering that question. Members of the senate resource and energy committees want to hear what challenges Alaskans are facing in heating their homes and finding reliable and affordable sources of electricity.

             Michelle Sydeman is a resources committee staff person. She spoke with KMXT's Diana Gish about Tuesday's  field hearing in Kodiak.

The resource and energy field hearing takes place Tuesday night, September 1st from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly chambers. Senator Gary Stevens is one of the senators scheduled to attend.

 
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