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Apr 23 2009
ComFish Opens in New Venue
Thursday, 23 April 2009

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            The newly opened Kodiak Harbor Convention Center was a flurry of activity Wednesday, with ComFish Alaska exhibitors setting up their booths in preparation for opening day.

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Apr 23 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 23 April 2009

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          On this week's show: Reaction to the legislature's rejection of a commercial fisherman's nomination to the Board of Fish; ComFish Alaska is underway right now; and Icicle's long-time boss is moving on. All that, and why the North Pacific Council won't meet in Unalaska. We had help from KBBI's Casey Kelly in Homer, KCAW's Robert Woolsey in Sitka, KRBD 's Jay Marble in Craig, and freelancer Jim Paulin in Unalaska.

 
Apr 22 2009
Freed Attends Her Last City Council Meeting
Wednesday, 22 April 2009

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090422.freedgoodbye.jpgOutgoing City Manager Linda Freed was presented with a memento from City Hall after her last city council meeting Thursday night. The "Shuttle Ferry" sign is left over from the days before the Fred Zharoff Bridge when the city would operate a ferry between town and Near Island. Photo by Jay Barrett

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            Kodiak City Manager Linda Freed attended her last meeting as an employee of the city Tuesday night. Mayor Carolyn Floyd, the council members and City Clerk Debra Marlar all took the opportunity to wish her well.

            Freed will remain on the job through the end of the month, at which time Aimee Kniaziowski (kenya-zz'off-ski), will take over.

 
Apr 22 2009
Stevens Touts Session Successes
Wednesday, 22 April 2009

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            The Alaska Legislature wrapped up its business on Sunday, ending the session in the required 90-days, and it doesn't appear there will be a string of special sessions, as there were all last summer. Kodiak's Gary Stevens also wrapped up his first session as the Senate President. He said it was a challenging 90 days dealing with the federal stimulus money and the governor.

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Apr 21 2009
Woodruff Remembered as Community-Minded Leader
Tuesday, 21 April 2009

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            A memorial service was held Monday afternoon for a long-time and highly respected member of the Kodiak community. Hundreds of people packed the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium to bid final farewell to Dave Woodruff, who passed away at the age of 67 on April 6th, after a bout with cancer.

            Woodruff first came to Kodiak in 1978 and co-founded Alaska Fresh Seafoods, which he continued to operate until his death. During his years in Kodiak, he served on committees including the Kodiak Shellfish Study Group, the Kodiak Seafood Processors Association, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute and the North Pacific Fisheries Management Council Advisory Panel. He also served several terms on the Kodiak City Council for a total of 14 years.

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