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Jun 09 2009
Journal Recounts 'High Pressure' Used at NPFMC Meetings PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 June 2009

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            In the current issue of the Alaska Journal of Commerce, reporter Margie Bauman has a trio of stories on how Crab Rationalization came to be. One story is about what she described as the "high pressure tactics" used at a June 2002 North Pacific Council meeting in Unalaska where processor shares were floated. KMXT's Jay Barrett spoke with Bauman about that meeting, and the meeting wrapping up in Anchorage.

            Bauman says it's important for Alaskans - even those who are not involved in the fishery - to be informed about the activities of the North Pacific Council. She says even though it has been privatized, the crab fishery is still a public resource. You can read Bauman's articles online at the Alaska Journal of Commerce online, and you can hear more of the conversation on this week's Alaska Fisheries Report.

 
Jun 09 2009
Kodiak Salmon Season Underway PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 June 2009

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            The Kodiak area commercial salmon season starts today (Tuesday), and while its early for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to gauge how the season will play out in terms of effort levels and harvest, there is cause for optimism.

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Jun 09 2009
Community Health Center Nears Completion PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 09 June 2009

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            Construction work is just about complete on the Kodiak Community Health Center addition on the grounds of Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center. KCHC is expected to begin moving into the new facility within the week and have it fully operational just in time for National Community Health Center Week in August.

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Jun 08 2009
Borough Administration Adding Enforcement Officer to Staff PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 June 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough will be adding one staff member within the next couple of months. When the borough assembly passed its fiscal year 2010 budget Thursday, a new borough position was created, that of code enforcement officer.

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Jun 08 2009
No Leaks Reported as New Pool Continues on Schedule PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 June 2009

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            After about 15 months, construction on the new swimming pool at Kodiak High School is nearing completion. The pool recently passed a series of leak tests, and is on schedule to open by the target date in late August.

            Last week, workers with Janssen Contracting of Anchorage performed a series of leak tests, filling the pool with water and measuring water loss over a period of time. Project manager Ken Smith with the Kodiak Island Borough's Engineering and Facilities Department said the pool passed the leak test with flying colors, and that only a few such tests remain to be conducted on other parts of the pool.

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