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Feb 03 2009
Lind Brothers Return to Rock Kodiak
Tuesday, 03 February 2009

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            An Anchorage-based band with Kodiak connections will bring its mix of classic rock and country-inspired music to Kodiak next week after the release of its first CD. 

            Singer-song-writer Joe Lind, frontman and co-founder of Premium Blend along with his brother, bass player Pat Lind, said the two lived in Kodiak for about five years in their youth when their father was a crab fisherman. The two brothers are also former commercial fishermen themselves.

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Feb 02 2009
KICVB Board Welcomes Three New Faces
Monday, 02 February 2009

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            There are three new faces on the Kodiak Island Convention and Visitors Bureau board of directors, and a new president.

            Cara Eastman, Val Flinders and Bob Stanford were voted in by the membership and announced at the bureau's annual meeting on January 24th.

            Longtime president Jan Pennington did not seek re-election to the board, and Dan Busch was selected as the organization's new president at the board's first meeting last Tuesday. Katie Oliver will continue as vice president, Susan Johnson as treasurer and Brigid Dodge as secretary.

            The KICVB board oversees the staff that operates the Kodiak Visitors Center in the Ferry Terminal and publishes the Kodiak Island Visitors Guide.

 
Feb 02 2009
Austerman Settling In
Monday, 02 February 2009

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          When the 26th Alaska State Legislative session opened about two weeks ago, there was a new but familiar face in the State House District 36 seat, Kodiak Representative Alan Austerman, who returned to the Legislature after a six-year absence.

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Feb 02 2009
Threshold Now Offering Fluorescent Bulb Recycling
Monday, 02 February 2009

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          It is now possible to recycle fluorescent light bulbs as well as glass in Kodiak, thanks to the recent efforts of Threshold Recycling Services.

Rick Pillans is the manager of Threshold. He spoke about recycling bulbs at the Sustainable Kodiak meeting last week. He said the program began as a collaboration with Alaska Cruise Lines last year when the company donated a machine for breaking down bulbs to Threshold.

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Feb 02 2009
Former Florida Congressman Appointed to AADC Board
Monday, 02 February 2009

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             A former Florida congressman has been appointed by Governor Sarah Palin to the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation board of directors. Republican David Weldon, of Indialantic, Florida, served in Congress representing Florida's 15th Congressional District from 1995 to 2008. District 15 is home to NASA's Kennedy Space Center and Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.

            A written statement from the governor's office says Weldon's congressional priorities were military and civil space programs. During his first eight years in Congress, Weldon served on the House Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics. He also served on the Appropriations Committee. Weldon was appointed to a seat on the AADC board representing the aerospace industry sector.

            The 11-member board overseas the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation, a state-owned agency, which operates the Kodiak Launch Complex at Narrow Cape, about 45 miles from Kodiak City. It was intended to serve private satellite companies, but so far its only launches have been for the U.S. military.

 
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