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Planning and Zoning Public Hearing

The Borough Planning and Zoning Commission public hearings on the draft revisions to the land use and zoning regulations will continue on February 4th. The sections of Borough Code in the proposed changes are Title 16 Subdivisions; Title 18 Borough Lands; and Title 17 Zoning.

 

The meeting on February 4th begins at 6:30pm in the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. The meeting will be broadcast on KMXT 100.1FM and the public may call in during public comment periods to KMXT at 486-3181. More information, including a side-by-side comparison of the current code and the proposed revisions, and copies of the updated code are available at the Borough Community Development office or online at www.kodiakak.us. If you have any questions about how these regulations may affect your property, please contact staff at 486-9630 or 486-9361.  

 
Galley Tables
galley_tables_logo_transparent.jpg Did you miss Galley Tables last month? You can always find the stories at www.galleytables.com, or by clicking the Galley Tables button on the lower right side of our page. February's Galley Tables will be held in the Gerald C Wilson Auditorium Drama Pod on Friday, February 6th at 7:00pm. It will also air later in February on KODK 90.7 FM.
 
Mar 30 2009
Swarm of Quakes Rattle Kodiak Island
Monday, 30 March 2009

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            A swarm of earthquakes have occurred in the Kodiak Island region over the past day and a half. The most recent was a 4.7 temblor at 9:38 this morning centered 105 miles south of Kodiak City. A larger 5.4 magnitude quake struck at 11:13 p.m. last night, about 80 miles south of Old Harbor. Aftershocks of 3.9 and 3.4 shook the area shortly afterwards.

            A total of 10 earthquakes have occurred since yesterday morning, six on Sunday and four this morning. A spokesperson at the Alaska Earthquake Information Center said 50 calls were received from people who felt the largest one, some from as far away as Anchorage, 350 miles away.

            The Alaska State Troopers have not received any reports of damage or injuries.

 
Mar 30 2009
What it Takes to Clear the City Streets
Monday, 30 March 2009

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            Last week's storm dumped an unprecedented amount of snow on Kodiak, wreaking havoc with everyday life. Even on Friday, road crews were still hauling snow from city streets. KMXT's Jay Barrett went on a ride-along with Joe Henderson, one of the city's dump truck drivers, to find out more about the process of clearing our streets.

            The city of Kodiak's Public Works Maintenance Supervisor, Chris Lund, said the city's five trucks make about 325 trips in a 13-hour day. With an average of 20,000 pounds in each load, the city is removing over six-million pounds of snow from the roads each day.

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Mar 30 2009
Crab Committee Needs Members
Monday, 30 March 2009

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            At Thursday's Kodiak City Council meeting, City Manager Linda Freed renewed her call for citizens to serve on the Kodiak Fisheries Development Association, a joint city-borough board that would advocate for the community regarding crab rationalization.

            The city council also presented a certificate of appreciation to former city councilman Dave Woodruff and Alaska Fresh Seafoods, which he runs.

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Mar 27 2009
Chamber to Council: Tax-Free Day a Success
Friday, 27 March 2009

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            The City of Kodiak's very first Tax Free Day was held three weeks ago, and at last night's city council meeting, the chamber's Trevor Brown reported on the results of a survey he made of participating merchants.

            Though he only got 15 responses from the 33 merchants he sent the survey to, the results seemed consistent in considering the event a success.

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Mar 26 2009
Legislative Pay Raise Law Deadline Nears
Thursday, 26 March 2009

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            The Alaska State Legislature has until Saturday to reject the pay raise an independent commission has recommended for them, or it will go into effect automatically on January 1st next year. 

            The five member Alaska State Officers Compensation Commission was created during last year's legislative session. It includes a couple former legislators. They were charged with reviewing the salaries and benefits for the legislature, the governor, lieutenant governor and department heads. The commission announced earlier this year that it felt raises were needed across the board, and that legislators should be paid a flat 50,400-dollars per year.

            Currently, legislators are given a fixed annual salary of just over 24-thousand dollars, and an additional 27-thousand for per diem during the legislative session. They are also allowed to collect per diem during the nine months the legislature is not in session, too. During the interim, a legislator can collect 150-dollars a day if he or she works at least four hours on constituent matters, or attends a meeting on legislative or public business. Travel time is included.

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