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Oct 08 2014
Fields Joins Kodiak School Board; Oliver Returned
Wednesday, 08 October 2014

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    In the Kodiak Island Borough School District Board of Education election, incumbent Katie Oliver retained her seat with 1,133 votes. Duncan Fields received 1,096 votes to take the other seat up for grabs.
    That seat belonged to Jeff Stewart, who had been appointed to the school board earlier this year. He brought in 474 votes.
    Both terms will be for three years.

Oct 08 2014
Service Area Elections Leave Some Seats Vacant
Wednesday, 08 October 2014

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    In the Service Area elections, Scott Arndt was elected to three year terms on both the Fire Protection Number 1 and Service Area Number 1 boards. Richard Carstens was elected to the same fire district, and Mike Sirofchuck was elected to the service area board. One seat remains vacant on Service Area Number 1.
    The Womens Bay Service Area board saw Dave Heuman and John Isadore relected. They will be joined by George Lee.

    The Bayview and Monashka Bay Road service area boards had no declared candidates for the two seats available on each. There were eight write-in votes in the Bay View election and 20 in the Monashka Bay vote. The names of those written in were not immediately available.

Oct 08 2014
Housing Funds Slated for Some Alaska Villages
Wednesday, 08 October 2014


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           Roughly 15 Alaska Native Villages will receive more than $7 million in funding for housing improvements and community development.
           The money comes from the U.S. Housing and Urban Development’s Indian Community Development Block Grant Program. The purpose of the program is to help Indian and Alaska Native communities create safe, healthy environments and viable economic opportunities. All total, more than $59 million was awarded to 96 tribal communities throughout the nation.
            Here in Alaska, more than a dozen Native villages and communities will receive funds, including the Pribilof Islands Aleut Community of Saint Paul Island. The $600,000 grant will go toward building 12 single-family, low-to-moderate income homes.
             The Native Village of Akutan will receive $170,680 to help rehabilitate the only existing low-rent facility in the community and the Native Village of Atka will use $600,000 to build two homes through the Aleutian Housing Authority.

Oct 08 2014
Walk and Roll Contest Kicks Off Next Week
Wednesday, 08 October 2014

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          October is national Walk to School Month and next week some Kodiak schools will celebrate this by competing in the annual Walk and Roll contest. The two week competition encourages students to walk or bike to school, when it is safe to do so, and provides prize incentives.
           Tom Pogson is the local Safe Routes to School coordinator through Island Trails Network and has worked with the districts wellness coordinator, Gloria Scalzo, to help put on the program.
            “And in an ideal world, if we didn’t have all the barriers to safe walking and biking, we would want all the kids that live close enough to school to walk and bike safely to school.”   

Oct 08 2014
Three New Faces Join Borough Assembly
Tuesday, 07 October 2014


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          Unofficial results from Tuesday’s municipal election have some familiar faces joining certain governing bodies and new ones joining others.
           In the Kodiak City Council race, Councilmen Randy Bishop and Terry Haines were re-elected for two, three year terms. Haines garnered the most votes with 343 and Bishop received 291. Marnie Leist trailed with 228 votes and David Haught had 106.
          There will be no returning faces to the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly. Newcomers Dan Rohrer, Larry LeDoux and Rebecca Skinner will each take a three year assembly seat. Rohrer led the polls with 1,137 votes, followed by LeDoux with 1,121 and Skinner receiving 671. Incumbents Tuck Bonney and Dave Kaplan failed to get enough votes to keep their seats, earning 594 and 440 votes, respectively. Jascha Zbitnoff received 230 votes and Brenda Schwantes had 221.
            Proposition 1 passed by a large margin, earning 1043 yes votes and 548 nos.
           Borough Clerk Nova Javier said there are still 292 outstanding ballots to be couned. Those include absentee, question, personal representative and absentee by mail ballots. Those could alter the numbers, so results are unofficial until they are counted. For the city, Clerk Debra Marlar said there are 43 absentee ballots and five were sent out by mail, which she said likely won’t influence the city council results.

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