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Feb 24 2014
Tusty Sets Sail After Weekend Weather Delay
Monday, 24 February 2014

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    The weekend storm in the Gulf of Alaska forced the Alaska State Ferry Tustumena to stay tied up in its Kodiak homeport until this morning.
    Sailings scheduled for Saturday and Sunday were cancelled do to high seas and storm warnings.
    The 300-foot Tusty finally resumed to service this morning at 5:45 when it departed Kodiak for Ouzinkie and Port Lions, before sailing for Homer.
    Marine conditions in Kodiak Island, Shelikof Strait and Barren Island waters remain unsettled, with gale warnings for east winds to 35 knots and seas of 10 to 21 feet.
    More information on the Tusty’s schedule can be found at FerryAlaska.com.

 
Feb 21 2014
Assembly Off to Juneau Next Week
Friday, 21 February 2014

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           Next week five borough assembly members will head to Juneau and lobby on behalf of Kodiak. The group will be joined by Borough Mayor Jerrol Friend, who talked about the upcoming trip during last night’s regular meeting.
            “See if we can’t show the legislators and the staff of the legislators and everybody all the projects and the things we got going on in Kodiak so when it comes to decision time they’ll have a better idea of what we need and what our needs are. That will be well attended by the assembly and I’m glad to see that. I guess a couple of people are leaving a little bit earlier to get a little bit more time down there. Beating the haul. So that will be fun.”
            Assemblyman Aaron Griffin will be a part of the group heading to the state’s capital, and said it will be a busy trip meeting with a number of very influential legislators.

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Feb 20 2014
Enrollment Event Will Help With ACA Health Insurance
Thursday, 20 February 2014

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           The deadline to sign up for health insurance as mandated by the Affordable Care Act is just over a month away. While that may seem like plenty of time, local health care providers are trying to help folks get it done as soon as possible and answer any lingering questions about the process, or who should apply.
           This weekend there will be a special community enrollment event to educate people about the process, clear up misconceptions and ultimately help people enroll.
           JC Rathje is the executive director of the Community Health Center, one of the sponsors of the event.
           “The big issue is that many people have questions about what is required and timelines for that. They don’t quite understand how it impacts them. If they are a person who should be signing up for health care coverage what does it mean for them, and it’s different for everyone. And it’s different for everyone. So the purpose of this event is to be able to answer one-on-one everyone’s questions, make sure they have a complete understanding of their responsibilities and also their responsibilities and also their opportunities, and how they are directly impacted, because it really is different for everyone.”
           Rathje said people who currently have health insurance are fine, and really don’t need to worry about signing up for anything through the Affordable Care Act.  However, for those who aren’t insured, Rathje said they will need to sign up for health insurance by the March 31 deadline, or face a financial penalty that will increase each year.
           Cherie Skonberg is Kodiak’s enrollment representative and said people’s understanding of the new process is across the board.

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Feb 20 2014
Alaska Fisheries Report
Thursday, 20 February 2014

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Coming up this week, reaction is still coming in from the Alaska Board of Fisheries decisions made earlier this month in Anchorage, fines are levied for mishandling fish waste, and Alaska sockeye turns out to be a popular whole food. We had help from KTNA’s Phillip Manning in Talkeetna, KUCB’s Lauren Rosenthal in Unalaska, and KDLG’s Mike Mason in Dillingham.

 
Feb 20 2014
Borough Will Consider Future Land Use Designations Tonight
Thursday, 20 February 2014

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           Land use seems to be the main topic on the Kodiak Borough Assembly’s meeting agenda tonight, at least as far as public hearings go. The assembly will hold four public hearings on changing land use designations for various lots at Miller Point. Those public hearings will be followed by assembly discussion, and ultimately a vote on whether or not to change the designations of certain tracks of land.
           Also on tonight’s agenda is a contract to purchase new technology equipment for the Kodiak High School Addition and Renovation project. The assembly will also consider hiring a GIS analyst and recognize the borough’s employee of the year.
           The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. in the borough assembly chambers and will be broadcast live on KMXT.

 
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