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Aug 18 2010
Teachers Bring International Perspective to Local Dance School
Wednesday, 18 August 2010

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            Two professional ballet dancers have been in Kodiak teaching at the Little School of Dance in recent weeks, and they were guests, along with Molly Brodie, on KMXT's Talk of the Rock yesterday. Brodie says bringing Askir and Corinne Alimbetov to Kodiak to teach is a great opportunity for her students.

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Aug 17 2010
Monroe Only Applicant for Temporary Council Seat
Tuesday, 17 August 2010

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            The process next Tuesday of interviewing applicants for an interim Kodiak City Council member should be short. Only one person put their name forward for council consideration, and that was Mary Monroe, who has filled this role before. She filled in for the ailing Dave Woodruff in 2007, but did not seek election to the seat she was appointed to. She had served on the council two other terms before that.

            Monroe will be interviewed at the city council work session on Tuesday, and barring any surprises, should be appointed by the council next Thursday at the regular meeting.

            The seat is vacant because of the resignation late last month of Paul Smith, who is moving to Eagle River. His replacement will serve until October 28th, when the results from the October 5th municipal election are certified.

            Monroe was unavailable Tuesday evening and could not be reached for comment.

 
Aug 17 2010
Talk of the Rock - Professional Ballet Couple Teach in Kodiak
Tuesday, 17 August 2010

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          On this week's Talk of the Rock, host Diana Gish talks with two professional dancers from Kazakhstan, who are in Kodiak teaching at the Little School of Dance.

 
Aug 17 2010
Branson Leaving Assembly; Abell Challenges Selby
Tuesday, 17 August 2010

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            There will be a new face on the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly after this fall's municipal elections. Long-time incumbent Pat Branson is not seeking re-election.

            Branson has served on the assembly for 12 years. Reached at the Anchorage airport, she said instead, she will be running for Kodiak City Council.

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Aug 17 2010
Alaska Municipal League Meeting in Kodiak This Week
Tuesday, 17 August 2010

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            Community leaders from around Alaska will be meeting in Kodiak this week to discuss common concerns and to set priorities for the coming year.

            The Alaska Municipal League-composed of 140 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities-represents more than 97 percent of the state's residents.

            Borough Mayor Jerome Selby says the AML gives small towns which normally have one voice in state issues a chance to join with others to make a loud chorus that is hard for lawmakers to ignore.

            He says AML membership allows the borough to form coalitions with other similar towns-and with towns with similar concerns-to give them the oomph needed to get funds for things like roads and schools.

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