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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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Feb 04 2009
Sharatin Rescuers to be Honored as Heroes
Wednesday, 04 February 2009

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          Each year the Red Cross of Alaska asks people throughout the state to nominate someone they feel has gone  above and beyond the call of duty to help someone in need. This year, the team of four Kodiak Island Search and Rescue members who successfully rescued four construction workers stranded in a blizzard on Sharatin Mountain in December, have been nominated for a "Real Heroes" award sponsored by the Red Cross. The crew is nominated for a wilderness rescue award for their efforts.

The 10th Annual Real Heroes  Breakfast takes place April 14th at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage.

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Feb 04 2009
School Seeks More Bandwidth
Wednesday, 04 February 2009

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            Now that computers speeds don't change much from month to month any more, the latest technological must-have is high-speed Internet. The Kodiak Island School District is no different. The administration is asking the school board to expend about 56-hundred dollars more per year to boost the bandwidth from 8 megabits to 10 megabits per second. A megabit is one million bits. The fastest dial-up modems of old maxed out at 56-thousand bits. High-speed Internet in the home or a small business would likely be 1-megabit in speed.

            Andy Ozols, the technology supervisor for the district, says the need for bandwidth increases constantly.

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Feb 04 2009
City, Boro Want New Advisory Board
Wednesday, 04 February 2009

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           At a joint work session Tuesday evening the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly and the Kodiak City Council discussed the possible creation of a Kodiak Fisheries and Oceanic Research Advisory Board. According to the borough's recently completed strategic plan, the aim of the program is promoting a sustainable Kodiak fishing industry and to support and enhance communication between Kodiak's public officials and the research sector in order to facilitate better communication among state, federal and university researchers.
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