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Apr 06 2010
Talk of the Rock - Discussing Bristol Bay's Exemption from Oil/Gas Drilling
Tuesday, 06 April 2010

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          On Talk of the Rock this week, host Diana Gish welcomes fisherman Dan Strickland with the Alaska Marine Conservation Council to discuss the withdrawl by President Obama of Bristol Bay from off-shore oil and gas drilling plans.

 
Apr 06 2010
Sportsfishing Restrictions on Karluk and Ayakulik
Tuesday, 06 April 2010

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            The king salmon sport fishery on one Kodiak Island river is set to be closed completely this year, and severely restricted on another.

            The Karluk River, which has not achieved its minimum escapement goals since 2005, will be closed to all king sportsfishing throughout its drainage. Last year, 1,308 kings returned to the system, which was more than 2008, but still well below the 10-year high of over 7,000 in 2004. The lower end of the target range this year is 3,600.

            Meanwhile, on the nearby Ayakulik River, anglers can fish for kings, but it will be catch-and-release only from the beginning of the season. Escapement goals have not been reached on the Ayakulik the last two years. Last year the return was 2,615 king salmon. The 10-year high also occurred in 2004, when nearly 25,000 fish returned to the river system. The lower end of the escapement goal this year is 4,800.

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Apr 06 2010
KIB Assembly and School Board Meet Tonight
Tuesday, 06 April 2010

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            Tonight members of the Kodiak Island Borough's Assembly and Board of Education meet for a joint work session.

School District Superintendent Stewart McDonald shared the reasons the two governing bodies are meeting.

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Apr 05 2010
City Pay Structure to be Studied
Monday, 05 April 2010

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            Changing the pay grade for the position of deputy clerk in the city of Kodiak proved contentious when the council met last week. Several other employees of the city turned out to speak against the ordinance, asking for a city-wide study of pay scales before this one position gets an increase of between four and seven pay grades. The difference in salary ranges from 10-cents per hour to 10-dollars 56-cents per hour, depending on the "step range" the employee is at.

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Apr 05 2010
Trash Contract Continues to Stir Controversy
Monday, 05 April 2010

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           The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly continues to struggle with issues of trash collection. On the agenda of last week's regular meeting was the latest version of a contract for solid waste collection.

            During citizen's comments three people spoke against the contract, primarily because of the differences in trash collection costs for different parts of the community.

            As written in the current version of the contract, the city rates would vary depending on the size of garbage cart. Bells Flats rates would stay the same while Monashka Bay rates would go up.

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