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May 11 2009
Devens Out as Prince William Sound RCAC Head
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            Big changes have come out of the annual spring meeting of the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council in Valdez. There is a new board president, and long-time executive director John Devens has resigned.

            The other major change was Steve Lewis of Seldovia being elected president, replacing Patience Andersen-Faulkner of Cordova, who had served in that post since 2007. Jane Eisemann of Kodiak was elected to the executive committee at the annual meeting held Thursday and Friday in Valdez.

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May 11 2009
Stimulus Package Brings More Money into Borough
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough has released a report outlining spending bills approved during the Alaska State Legislature's session and funding of interest to the Kodiak community. 

            According to borough lobbyist Mark Hickey's report, municipal revenue sharing for fiscal year 2010 was funded at the same level as the current fiscal year. However, borough manager Rick Gifford said that economic stimulus funding will bring in added revenue to the borough.

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May 11 2009
With Summer-like Weather, Comes Safe Boating Reminder
Monday, 11 May 2009

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            Next week is National Safe Boating Week, sponsored by the U.S. Coast Guard's Safe Boating Campaign, and Kodiak plans to participate. A mayoral proclamation announcing May 16th through May 22nd as Safe Boating Week in the Kodiak Island Borough was issued at the Borough Assembly's regular meeting Thursday.

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May 08 2009
Lack of Gravel Lease Progress Frustrates Martin
Friday, 08 May 2009

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            Members of the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly were taken by surprise at Thursday evening's regular meeting, when the president of Brechan Enterprises stepped to the microphone during the citizen's comments portion of the meeting to express his concerns over a long-term lease with the borough to provide gravel extraction services.

            Michael Martin said he was upset and frustrated not to have a contract in place beyond June 30th, when the current contract expires, as the company moves into a busy construction season.

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May 08 2009
Some Tasty Tales from the Sea
Friday, 08 May 2009

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            The Kodiak Maritime History Museum's annual fundraising dinner, "Tastes and Tales from the Sea" will be held Saturday. This year's guest speaker will be Katie Ringsmuth, a historian for the National Park Service. She'll be giving a presentation based on her book "Buried Dreams, the Rise and Fall of a Clam Cannery on the Katmai Coast."

            The doors open at Tastes and Tales from the Sea at 6 p.m. Saturday night. It will be held this year at the new Harbor Convention Center. Chef Joel Chenet will once again provide the seafood meal. Tickets are available from museum board members.

 

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