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Feb 06 2009
18 Seek City Manager's Job PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The field of candidates for the Kodiak City Manager's job is 18, and that includes five Alaskans. That word from City Clerk Debbie Marlar. She said the city council will begin reviewing the applications on Tuesday at the end of the work session, and continue after the regular council meeting next Thursday if need be. That's where there'll select the semi-finalists.

            The names of the 18 applicants, and where they're from, have not been revealed, but Marlar says once the semi-finalists are picked, they'll be asked to sign a release of information form, and their names will be available.

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Feb 06 2009
Tanner Extension PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Kodiak is extending Tanner crab periods in the one remaining fishing area still open. Nick Sagalkin, the area management biologist, said the management plan allows extensions of daily fishing periods when effort declines and a substantial amount of guideline harvest levels remain.

            He said interest in the offshore Chiniak section has diminished, however, especially after the local state water cod season opened on Tuesday.

            Daily fishing periods will be extended to 15 hours. Pots may be operated to take Tanner from 7 a.m. to 9:59 p.m., and may soak the rest of the time. The extension goes into affect Friday morning, and lasts until the end of March. Contact Fish and Game at 486-1845 for specifics.

 
Feb 06 2009
Unisea Fishermen Strike in Unalaska PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The Unisea pollock fleet is still on strike. It began over two weeks ago when the season opened on January 20th. Captains from multiple boats, who prefer not to be named, say they began the strike because they are holding out for higher pay.

            The other major processors are offering 36.5 percent of profits but Unisea is only offering 36 percent. The captains say they just want to be treated fairly and be offered the same price as everyone else.

            One captain said it was fortunate that the fishing is starting so slowly this season because the striking boats aren't being hurt as badly. He added that if he weren't striking he would be out looking for pollock right now.

            Though the fleet has gone on strike before, it has never been for this long. The Unisea Co-Op is negotiating with the Unisea management in Seattle. Unisea president Terry Shaff could not be reached for comment.

 
Feb 06 2009
Assembly, Council Tackle Emissions PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council agreed Tuesday on the need for community dialogue on climate change in the wake of an October carbon emissions study in Kodiak. The dialogue would delve into the connection between climate change and community sustainability.

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Feb 06 2009
SWAMC Gets Earful on Fisheries PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference held its Annual Economic Summit and Membership Meeting on January 29th and 30th at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage.

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