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Apr 12 2010
Hamilton Demoted, Discharged
Monday, 12 April 2010

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            The former commander of Coast Guard Sector Anchorage, Captain Mark Hamilton, has accepted a negotiated agreement and will not stand before a court martial on charges of behavior unbecoming an officer.

            As part of the pre-trial agreement, Hamilton will be demoted to lieutenant and given a general, rather than an honorable, discharge. Coast Guard prosecutors estimate that the loss in retirement pay will amount to $1.8-million. The demotion to lieutenant was because of what Rear Admiral Christopher Colvin described as "unsatisfactory service in the grades of captain, commander, and lieutenant commander."

            Hamilton was relieved of command in May 2009. An investigation conducted by the Coast Guard Investigative Service revealed that Hamilton had inappropriate relationships with several women under his command, including officers, enlisted Coast Guard members, and civilians, over a period of more than 13 years. Some of the violations he was charged with occurred while he was stationed in Kodiak.

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Apr 12 2010
Stevens: Kodiak Projects Probably Safe
Monday, 12 April 2010

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            With the state legislature scheduled to adjourn on Sunday (April 18), lawmakers are scrambling to wrap things up this week. Late last Wednesday the first public draft of the state capital budget was released, with almost $63-million destined for the Kodiak area. The bill was still in the Senate Finance Committee, and was subject to additions and subtractions, but Senate President Gary Stevens said late Friday afternoon the Kodiak projects were probably safe.

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Apr 10 2010
Jock of the Rock
Saturday, 10 April 2010

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            On this week's edition of Jock of the Rock the Three Mousketeers, Ron Sears, Derek Clarkston and Jay Barrett,  talk high school track, college basketball and Tiger Wood's strange Nike commercial. They also take a phone call from beyond.

 
Apr 09 2010
Jail Funds in Pipeline for Kodiak
Friday, 09 April 2010

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            The hard line the Kodiak City Council has taken for more a year with the State of Alaska over construction funds for the jail portion of the new public safety building may have paid off. The state released the list of District 36 capital projects that have gotten the tentative green light from the Senate Finance Committee, and it includes the $2.1-million to finish the jail.

            The money is part of a $63-million package for Kodiak-area projects.

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Apr 09 2010
Personal Floatation Device Study to be Presented at ComFish
Friday, 09 April 2010

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            Just over a year ago the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health distributed various types of personal floatation devices to fishermen in Alaska to find out which worked best for them. Ted Teske will be presenting his findings at a ComFish Alaska seminar next week here in Kodiak.

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