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Mar 01 2010
Councilmen Testy Over 'Outsider' Interference
Monday, 01 March 2010

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            Thursday night the Kodiak City Council passed an ordinance barring citizens or groups from putting similar ballot initiatives before the voters for at least one year if the measure fails the first time. It was an issue that arose last year after a referendum was put on the ballot asking residents if it would be okay for the city employees to consider collective bargaining. Currently, city employees are barred from unionizing.

            Jake Metcalfe, executive director of the Public Safety Employees Association, which backed last year's failed initiative, said the city's ordinance was "bad public policy," and that its vagueness might result in a lawsuit.

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Mar 01 2010
Icy Transmission Lines Take Down KEA Grid
Monday, 01 March 2010

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            The power outage that hit Kodiak Sunday morning was caused by icing on wires, according to a Kodiak Electric Association spokeswoman. Nancy Sweeney said icing problems on the transmission line from the Terror Lake hydro generator caused the system-wide outage.

            The power went out at 11:13 a.m., and was back online throughout the system about an hour later, at 12:15 p.m.

            Terror Lake is about 20 miles west-southwest of Kodiak City, and inaccessible by car.

 
Feb 28 2010
Sewer Upgrade An Opportunity For Downtown Facelift
Sunday, 28 February 2010

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     The presentation was a look at a draft landscape master plan which is a part of the downtown water, sewer and storm drain master plan.

Landscape architect Kevin Doniere heads the architect department for Dowl HKM in Anchorage.

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Feb 27 2010
Jock of The Rock -The Natural Disaster Edition
Saturday, 27 February 2010

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           On this Blizzard Warning and Tsunami Advisory edition of Jock of the Rock, Derek "The Clarkston" Clarkston joins Ron Sears and Jay Barrett as they talk about the surging Kodiak High School Bears, the last week of the Winter Olympics and the inadvisability of surfing Kodiak today.

 
Feb 26 2010
KIB Assembly Crafts Curbside Compromise
Friday, 26 February 2010

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            At a work session last night, the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly addressed the much debated solid waste contract. Five people spoke against the proposed contract during the public comment portion of the meeting. Six members of the public stayed to hear the assembly's entire discussion of the contract with Alaska Waste.

            While many, now-familiar, aspects of the trash pick up plan were brought up during the discussion, Mayor Jerome Selby reminded assembly members that the decision before them was whether or not to accept the contract as amended.

            Assembly woman Pat Branson informally polled the group in an effort to find some common ground. It was determined that all of the assembly members were in favor of adopting a pay-as-you-throw system when the new contract begins in July. After that, the assembly was easily able to reach a consensus on modifications to the contract. The new plan would mean continuing with dumpster use in Bell's Flats and Monashka Bay until transfer stations can be built for those residents.

            Selby explained the outcome of the session which would include curbside pick-up for down town residents.

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