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May 24 2010
KIB Commits to Level Funding for Schools
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly held a public hearing about school district funding at last week's regular meeting.

            At issue was the minimum amount that the assembly should contribute to the fiscal year 2011 budget. During an earlier work session, assembly members expressed a desire to maintain the same level of funding that it contributed last year.

            The school district had asked assembly members for a local funding increase from $10,290,000 to $10,713,469. The higher amount was requested in order to pay for the hiring of two math intervention specialists and a technology support person.

            During the public hearing, several people spoke in favor of the higher level funding including representative from the villages who participated through video conference. In person, the assembly heard from several citizens including third grade teacher Cat Ellen DeVries. She shared success stories from Main Elementary school where the district's only "math interventionist" has been working with students.

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May 24 2010
City Council Urged to Speak Out at N. Pacific Council Meeting
Monday, 24 May 2010

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            Three Kodiak fisheries activists gave the city council an earful at its last meeting, decrying the council's decision not to send a letter to a U.S. House committee in opposition of enacting catch shares in East Coast fisheries. A similar letter was sent by the Kodiak Island Borough, Aleutians East Borough and the city of King Cove.

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May 22 2010
Jock of the Rock Gets Deep
Saturday, 22 May 2010

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            This week on Jock of the Rock, Michael Odell says records (even his) are made to be broken; Ron Sears says if you're ahead, you can only bring out the Rally Fries if you're 10 games under .500; Derek Clarkston updates us on State Track and Field Championships and KHS baseball; meanwhile, Jay Barrett gets deep.

 
May 21 2010
Petroglyph Mapping Expedition Completed
Friday, 21 May 2010

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           A crew led by Alutiiq Museum director Sven Haakanson, Jr., has just completed an archaeological and petroglyph survey at the southern end of the island. Haakanson was joined by Patrick Saltonstall, Mark Rusk and Jill Lipka at Cape Alitak to locate, map and document the sites. The work performed this month is part of an effort that's been ongoing for several years.

 

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May 20 2010
Kodiak Crosswind Runway Closed
Thursday, 20 May 2010

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            The main cross-wind runway at Kodiak Airport has been closed by the state due to deterioration of the seams between strips of asphalt. Runway 18-36, which runs north-south, was deemed unsafe for general aviation despite emergency repairs done last fall, according to State Department of Transportation spokesman Rick Feller in Anchorage.

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