Columns from Homer mayoral candidates

Sarno: Involve citizens, youth  My mayoral office hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Daily citizen meetings at mayor’s office: Monday,… Continue reading

Sarno: Involve citizens, youth

My mayoral office hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. Daily citizen meetings at mayor’s office: Monday, public health and wellbeing;… Continue reading

Arno: Let’s encourage prosperity for all

I don’t have all the answers and I surely don’t know everything and we will have our differences but if you vote for me I… Continue reading

Arnold: Let’s get city back to basics

First of all, thank you for voting. I’m running for city council because I’d like to see the city of Homer move away from the… Continue reading

Lewis: Homer needs young families

Homer has many things going for it. We have great beauty, a good port and harbor, many recreational opportunities, excellent schools and an eclectic population… Continue reading

Lowe: Sees role as representing everyone

A founding member of the Homer Cycling Club, Catriona Lowe has a gimmick not seen in previous Homer elections: She rides her bicycle around town… Continue reading

Lewis: Wants support for nonprofits, trails

In his three campaigns for Homer City Council, incumbent and two-term council member David Lewis has seen the field grow progressively larger. He first ran… Continue reading

Arno: Council still ‘business unfriendly’

In the 2013 Homer City Council election, lifelong Homer resident Corbin Arno had a moment of glory on election night, seeming to have won by… Continue reading

Arnold: Would take hard look at budget

In the 2013 city election, city council candidate Justin Arnold emerged 1-1 in his campaign. While he lost for council, finishing fourth in a field… Continue reading

Carrol Martin: We need to grow more of our food

My main concerns for the entire Kenai Peninsula are increasing our own food production and reducing fire danger and damage. Reducing wild fire danger and… Continue reading

Tom Bearup: Borough poised for optimistic future

I have had experiences throughout my  life, in business, government and as former mayor of the city of Soldotna that put me in the unique… Continue reading