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Feb 06 2009
SWAMC Gets Earful on Fisheries
Friday, 06 February 2009

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            The Southwest Alaska Municipal Conference held its Annual Economic Summit and Membership Meeting on January 29th and 30th at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage.

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Feb 05 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Thursday, 05 February 2009

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           On this week's show: Pollock fishermen have been idled in Dutch Harbor, causing a ripple effect that is far-reaching. The salmon season this summer is looking increasingly bleak for Yukon River fishermen - but there is some relief for their plight coming from Seattle. And a crewman purposely jumps overboard and refuses all attempts at rescue. We had help from freelance producer Mike Mason in Anchorage, and lots of help from KUCB's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
Feb 05 2009
Former Kodiak Harbor Employee Heads Up Juneau Harbors
Thursday, 05 February 2009

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            Juneau has a new harbormaster. Phil Benner of Haines topped a field of 20 candidates for the position. He's spent the past two years overseeing harbors in Haines. Before that, the Navy veteran spent three years as a harbor patrol officer here in Kodiak.

            Kodiak Harbormaster Marty Owen said Benner did a great job for the city of Kodiak, and he recommended him highly when Haines, and then Juneau, city officials called for references. Owen said Benner got his basic harbor training here in Kodiak, and says he's really proud of his advancement. 

(KMXT's Jay Barrett contributed to this report.)

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Feb 05 2009
Junk Cars Continue to Vex Council, Assembly
Thursday, 05 February 2009

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           The issue of junk car removal was on the agenda at Tuesday evening's joint work session with the Kodak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council. 

          At the meeting, City Manager Linda Freed presented a sample letter to the owner of an abandoned vehicle as an example of the City's policy regarding abandoned cars and trucks.

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Feb 05 2009
Redoubt Unlikely to Affect Kodiak, but be Prepared Anyway
Thursday, 05 February 2009

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           While seismic activity at Mount Redoubt continues at an elevated level, the volcano has yet to erupt. Redoubt's alert level remains at watch status according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory, but scientists there say a potential eruption isn't likely to have a significant impact on Kodiak beyond the effect it would have on transportation. Still, local city and fire officials say Kodiak residents should take precautions.

City Manager Linda Freed said people should refer to the Kodiak Area Emergency Preparedness Guidebook, which is available on the City's Web site, for tips on how to prepare for a potential Redoubt eruption and ash fall in Kodiak. 

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