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Apr 30 2010
Gravel Pit Stirs Up More Than Dust
Friday, 30 April 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly met in a worksession last night. The borough conference room was packed with attendees but for the first time in three months the topic of interest was not trash, but gravel.

            On the agenda was a public hearing for a long-term gravel pit lease with Brechan Enterprises. The contract calls for a nine and a half year lease for extracting gravel from the pit in Bell's Flats.

            The comments that were made during the meeting revealed some of the neighborhood tension that exists between those operating the gravel pit and the people who live close to it.

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Apr 30 2010
Softball Season Kicks Off
Friday, 30 April 2010

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            Kodiak High School softball players are praying for good weather, as the 2010 season kicks off Friday afternoon at East Addition Park. The Lady Bears have four varsity and three JV games scheduled against the Service Cougars, and the field is just dry enough to play on - too much more rain and the teams may spend two days sitting in the dug outs.

            Coach Dave Allen said his squad has spent more time on the practice field this year than in recent years.

            The Lady Bears have three home-stands against four other schools this season. Service is here for four varsity and three JV games Friday and Saturday. East Anchorage and Soldotna will be here next weekend. There are two weekends on the road against Kenai, Skyview, Palmer and Colony, with the Homer Mariners wrapping up the regular season here in Kodiak a month from now. The state championship is in early June, up in Anchorage. 

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Apr 29 2010
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 29 April 2010

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           Coming up this week, gillnet herring wraps up in Petersburg, Marine Advisory Program funding seems secure, and a potential new way to keep salmon out of trawl gear. We had help from KFSK's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska, and KTOO's Casey Kelly in Juneau.

 
Apr 29 2010
Assembly Talks Trash Collection Again Tonight
Thursday, 29 April 2010

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            When the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly meets in a work session tonight one of the topics on the agenda will be the solid waste disposal contract. The contract is listed under "old business."

            At the last regular meeting of the assembly, the latest version of the contract was up for a vote after months of discussion, public hearings, and revisions. But instead of deciding on the contract, the assembly passed a motion to delay the vote another time. The revised contract had been e-mailed to the assembly on the afternoon of the April 15th meeting but some of the members were unaware that it was available.

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Apr 29 2010
Video Technology Brings Music Classes to Village Students
Thursday, 29 April 2010

 

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            Tonight at the Gerald C. Wilson auditorium, music students from the Kodiak Island Borough School District will perform the last in a series of three concerts. One unusual feature of this year's spring music concerts is the inclusion of students from the district's village schools. Music students from the villages are flying in to perform alongside the students from Kodiak. What's even more unusual is that the students from the villages get almost all of their music instruction by video conference.

            District director of instruction Marilyn Davidson, explained that the long-distance music classes are something new this year. She said that the parents in the villages wanted their children to have the opportunity to study music.

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