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Aug 20 2010
Deckwatch - Produced by the U.S. Coast Guard in Kodiak
Friday, 20 August 2010

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          Deckwatch is a weekly public affairs program produced by the U.S. Coast Guard in Kodiak. It's heard Fridays at 9 a.m.

 
Aug 19 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 19 August 2010

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           Coming up this week, a record number of pinks have been hauled aboard in Prince William Sound, but the chum run is far behind on the Yukon. And we get an update on the Southeast troll season. All that and fishermen propose their own sea lion solution, coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report.We had help this week from KCHU's Erik Wander in Valdez, KUAC's Dan Bross in Fairbanks, KFSK's Melati Kaye in Petersburg, and APRN's Steve Heimel in Anchorage.

 
Aug 19 2010
Proposition 1 Opposed by Municipalities
Thursday, 19 August 2010

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            Voters on Tuesday will be asked to decide the fate of an ethics reform measure that the measure's sponsor has withdrawn support for.

            Ballot Measure 1 would prohibit the use of public funds for political campaigns and lobbying.

            Supporters call it the Alaska Anti-Corruption Act. Opponents call it the "Gag Law."

             The "Yes on One" campaign has suspended it support of the initiative it was championing. Earlier this summer, chairman Dick Randolph said on the group's website that changes in the ballot's title by Alaska's lieutenant governor prompted "Yes on One" to suspend their campaign to promote the measure.

            Randolph said the wording changes favored unions and the Alaska Municipal League.

            The Alaska Municipal League is meeting this week in Kodiak.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby is on the AML Board of Directors. He says he's firmly against banning citizens and volunteers-such  as school board members and city council and assembly members-from speaking to legislators about issues affecting the community.

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Aug 19 2010
Help for Small Business Owners
Thursday, 19 August 2010

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            If you're a small business owner or thinking about starting a business, there is a good resource available free of charge.

The Alaska Small Business Development Center is a state-funded program to teach Alaskans how to start businesses and what to do to keep them profitable.

And there's even someone in Kodiak right now who would love to meet with anyone needing help.

Bryan Zak is the South West Region director for the SBDC. He's also a business owner in Homer and is in town for workshops and the Alaska Municipal League meetings.

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Aug 19 2010
Moderate Quake South of Akhiok
Thursday, 19 August 2010

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            A small- to medium-sized earthquake centered near Akhiok occurred shortly after 4 p.m. yesterday (Wednesday).

            The Alaska Earthquake Information Center says on its website that a 3.98 magnitude quake occurred 4:04 p.m. It centered 42 miles south of Akhiok, or 122 miles southwest of Kodiak, at a depth of nine miles.

            A look at the earthquake information center's website shows a whole slew of quakes around Alaska yesterday. That's not unusual given that Alaska averages 50 to 100 quakes each day, and as many as 24,000 a year. Most are small and many occur in remote areas where no one would feel them.

            The center says Alaska has more seismic activity than any other region in North America and is by far the most active state in the U.S. In fact, Alaska accounts for approximately 52-percent of all earthquakes in the U.S. and 11-percent of the world's earthquakes.

            You can find more info at the Alaska Earthquake Information Center .

 
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