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Jul 15 2010
Assembly to Address Sales Tax, Non-Profit Funding
Thursday, 15 July 2010

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            The proposed borough-wide sales tax would be placed on the October 5th municipal election ballot if the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly decides to move forward with it tonight.

            Assembly members have said that the tax would help to pay the cost of the $80 million high school which was approved by voters in 2009.

            As the measure is written right now, the tax would not exceed 2 percent and could not be increased without further voter approval. It would be similar to the tax in the city, and would stand alone for sales, rents and services outside the city. Inside, the borough's tax would be added on top of the city's current 6 percent sales tax.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby said during a recent assembly work session, that this is the time for people with ideas to come forward and speak. He says the $80 million is the biggest capitol project the Kodiak community has ever faced.

            The borough assembly meets tonight at 7:30 in the assembly chambers. As usual, KMXT will broadcast the meeting live.

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Jul 14 2010
Kodiak Teens Place in National Cooking Contest
Wednesday, 14 July 2010

 

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            Three Kodiak teen-agers took 2nd place in a national cooking contests held last week in Chicago.

            The three teens were members of Kodiak's Culinary Arts classes at Kodiak High School and competed against more than 40 other teams in the national competition.

            The competition was part of the 65th  birthday celebration of the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America organization. The celebration included a convention of 6,000 students from around the country to celebrate the decades of successes of the group that used to be known as Future Farmers of America. 

            Kodiak's winning chefs include two recently graduated seniors: Nina Gronn and Bryce Thomas, as well as Jayse Taan who will be a senior in the fall.

 

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Jul 14 2010
3 Kodiak Fitness Pros Share Thoughts
Wednesday, 14 July 2010

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            KMXT's Run the Rock marathon, half-marathon and 5K will take place on Saturday, October 9th.That means there are 12 and a half weeks left to train for the event. To provide some encouragement and motivation, three of Kodiak's many fitness professionals appeared on KMXT's Talk of the Rock yesterday.

They talked about fitness and training and why they love to share what they do with others.

            Pauline Hsieh is new to Kodiak. She's a runner and she teaches Hatha yoga at A Balanced Approach. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

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Jul 13 2010
Talk of the Rock: Inspiration and Perspiration!
Tuesday, 13 July 2010

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              On this edition of TALK OF THE ROCK, local wellness experts share inspiration about starting and continuing a fitness plan. Kodiak's cross country coach Marcus Dunbar, Kodiak Athletic Club owner Lindsay Knight and Kodiak newcomer, Yoga instructor Pauline Hsieh share their insights with host Diana Gish and you.

 

 
Jul 13 2010
Brodie Appointed to Reapportionment Board
Tuesday, 13 July 2010

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            The main reason the United States Government counts its population every 10 years is to determine how many representatives to Congress each area gets. With a population around 600,000, the state of Alaska only gets one congressman. Every state gets two senators, no matter the population. The state of Alaska uses the census information in the same way: to determine the areas our state house and senate members will represent.

            As Senate President, Gary Stevens is one of the people who get to appoint one of five representatives to the reapportionment board, which will decide the legislative boundaries for the next 10 years. His selection is Kodiak realtor Bob Brodie, who acknowledges the position is sensitive, the job important, and sometimes controversial.

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