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Oct 25 2012
Council Finalizing Legislative Priorities PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 25 October 2012

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            The Kodiak City Council got one step closer to finalizing the state legislative priorities Tuesday night during its work session. City Manager Aimée Kniaziowski said four projects have made the priority list, but one project may show up later depending on how elections go in November.
            Currently, Monashka Bay pump house improvements are first on the list. Kniaziowski said the pump house operates with 1940s equipment and is in desperate need of an upgrade

            Other items on the list have been carried over from the last legislative session. These include E-911 emergency equipment and funding for the Phase Three of pedestrian improvements on Shelikof Street from Pier 2 to downtown.
            Kniaziowski said the list can be amended at a later date, something that will probably have to be done if funding doesn’t come through for pier three improvements. 

 
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