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Jan 19 2009
Borough Looks at Facilities Replacement PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 January 2009

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          The Kodiak Island Borough's engineering and facilities department presented its six-year wish-list for facility improvements at the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly's work session Thursday evening. The plan includes safety, health and energy improvements to buildings and facilities owned and operated by the borough, including educational facilities.

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Jan 16 2009
Contract Awarded for New Police Station PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 January 2009

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            The city of Kodiak has finally awarded the contract to build the new police station, and some work could begin as early as February. The city council, by a 6-to-nothing vote last night, approved a 15-point-3-million dollar construction contract with Roger Hickel Contracting of Anchorage. It also awarded at 1-point-3-million dollar contract to the engineering firm of USKH , which designed the building, to oversee the construction.

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Jan 16 2009
Kodiak Tanner Fishery Delayed Again PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 January 2009

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           The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has announced another delay in the fishery opening for the Tanner crab fisheries in the Northeast and Eastside sections of the Kodiak District. The National Weather Service marine weather 48-hour forecast issued at 4 a.m. this (Friday) morning included storm and gale warnings. Therefore, tank inspections and the Tanner crab fishery opening will be delayed for at least another 24 hours.

            If the marine weather forecast issued at 4 a.m. Saturday, also contains gale warnings, tank inspections and the fishery opening will be delayed again for another 24 hours.

            If Saturday morning's forecast does not include gale warnings, tank inspections will begin at noon Saturday, and the fishery will open at noon on Sunday. Once the fishery opens, Fish and Game advises participants that the master of each vessel is responsible for the ultimate safety of the vessel.

            Gale warnings mean that winds are at 35 knots or higher. Any action to further delay or to open the fishery will be announced by Fish and Game by 9 a.m. on Saturday. For further details, contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Kodiak.

 
Jan 16 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 January 2009

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            Coming up on this week's show, a salmon processor in Ketchikan files for bankruptcy; they're talking halibut in Vancouver, and sea ice is hampering the Bering Sea crab season. Plus why canned pinks are so popular, all on this week's edition of the Alaska Fisheries Report.

              We had help from KSTK's Tony Gorman in Wrangell, KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg; KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska; KDLG's Adam Kane in Dillingham, and KBBI's Casey Kelly in Homer.

 
Jan 15 2009
Old EPIRBs Only Working for Two More Weeks PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 January 2009

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          Beginning February 1st, the Coast Guard and other search-and-rescue personnel will only monitor and receive distress alert broadcasts using digital 406 megahertz Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons, or EPIRBs.

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