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Jul 22 2009
Three Applicants Interviewed by Council PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 July 2009

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            The three hopefuls seeking appointment to the Kodiak City Council answered a series of questions in a group interview with the council at a work session last night.

            All three, Charlie Davidson, Rhonda Maker and John Whiddon, are familiar, long-time residents of Kodiak. Davidson served 15 years on the council before not seeking re-election two years ago. Maker has fished here and is the owner of the Treasury and Treasury Home stores downtown. Whiddon is a retired Coast Guard pilot and currently manages Island Seafoods. He's also the president of the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce. 

            On Thursday, the council will select one of the three to serve until the October Municipal Elections, when the last year of the vacated term will be up for grabs. The seat became available when Jack Maker resigned the council last month after moving outside Kodiak City Limits. You can hear Thursday night's meeting live at 7:30 here on KMXT.

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Jul 22 2009
Kodiak Windmills - Up Close and Personal PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 July 2009

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            Recent high winds in Kodiak have meant good news for the Kodiak Electric Association. The new wind turbines on Pillar mountain are on-line and generating power. Along with KEA's president and CEO Darren Scott, KMXT's Diana Gish went to the mountain top for a closer look.

 

 
Jul 22 2009
KHS Students Drafting the Future PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 22 July 2009

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            If a new high school is built in Kodiak some of its students may have a hand in the school's design. A summer employment program funded by federal stimulus money is giving a group of Kodiak students hands-on experience in drafting and architectural design.

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Jul 21 2009
Talk of The Rock - Alaska Blues Legend Gary Sloan PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 July 2009

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gary1.jpg            Alaska blues legend Gary "Alaska Slim" Sloan will be performing Saturday in Kodiak at the Mecca Lounge as part of the KMXT Concert Series. He spoke with KMXT's Jay Barrett about his career, interspersed with some of his songs.

 
Jul 21 2009
City Council Proposes $70,000 to Fight Unionization PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 July 2009

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            The Kodiak City Council spent an hour behind closed doors last night conferring with its attorneys on the response to the potential for city employees to become unionized. A voter initiative may appear on the October 6 municipal election ballot asking residents if city employees may form a union.

            An ordinance outlining the city's response to that eventuality was drawn up in advance, appropriating 20-thousand dollars for a public information campaign and 20-thousand dollars for additional legal services. But after the executive session, the amount for the public information campaign was increased to 50-thousand dollars.

            The city's public information campaign ordinance is on the fast track, and according to Mayor Carolyn Floyd, it will come up for a public hearing and a final vote on Thursday.

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