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Jul 14 2008
EVOS Plaintiffs Await Word On Interest Issue
Monday, 14 July 2008

 

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            Last week lawyers for the plaintiffs in the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill punitive damages case filed a request with the U.S. Supreme Court seeking clarification on the question of interest payments on the judgment against Exxon Mobil Corporation.

            Andrew Ott, a plaintiffs’ attorney in Kodak, said the high court will issue an order on the decision in about two weeks, which should clarify how the case is to proceed:

 

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Jul 14 2008
Kodiak Woman Named To AADC Board
Monday, 14 July 2008
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            On Friday Governor Sarah Palin appointed a Kodiak woman to the Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation board of directors. Patty Tabon, manager of the North Pacific Fuel here, was appointed to a seat representing the private business sector. The governor also reappointed Sharon Anderson, owner of Anderson Business Consulting of Anchorage to another term. 

            Tabon has worked for 30 years for North Pacific Fuel, first as controller, and since 2000 as manager of the company’s fuel dock. She has served on the Kodiak Island Borough School Board, and been active in the Arts Council, the Kodiak Women’s Resource and Crisis Center, Kodiak College Advisory Board, and Kodiak Multicultural Committee. She has a degree in chemical engineering.

              The 11-member board leads the corporation that oversees the company that operates the Kodiak Launch Complex.

 
Jul 14 2008
Kodiak Evaluating Its Carbon Footprint
Monday, 14 July 2008

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            The city and borough governments in Kodiak are teaming with a local non-profit on a study that will tell them how much greenhouse gas emissions they’re creating, and eventually help them develop ways to reduce and conserve energy. KMXT’s Casey Kelly has more.

 

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Jul 14 2008
Resident Recalls Early Days Of Scallop Fishing
Monday, 14 July 2008

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Salmon, crab and halibut aren’t the only seafood delicacies pulled from Kodiak waters. There is also the elusive and tasty weathervane scallop. Mary Donaldson spoke with a Kodiak resident who participated in the fishery when it first began in Alaska and has this report.

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Jul 11 2008
Council Rejects Bond Discussion
Friday, 11 July 2008

 

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            There was so much opposition to putting out another six-million-dollar bond to help pay for soaring costs of the new police station that the Kodiak City Council last night would not even vote to talk about it some more. A first reading of the ordinance that would have authorized letting the citizens of Kodiak vote on the bond failed on a 1-to-4 vote. Councilman Gabriel Saravia was the lone yes vote to bring the ordinance back in two weeks for a public hearing.

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