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The last time the borough conducted a general capture of imagery was in 2012 and 2013 for the western Kenai Peninsula.
The board reviewed their initial request and agreed to approach the borough with a new, lower request of $50 million.
This includes the 5 positions already slated for the new Western Emergency Services
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will vote on a resolution during its Tuesday meeting that would add 15 new positions to various fire and emergency… Continue reading
Both pieces of legislation were approved unanimously
The school district requested about $53 million from the borough, while the borough proposed about $43 million as a minimum amount.
The year saw fewer and smaller fish, as well as lower-priced fish
Many of the borough’s existing agricultural land leases were issued during the 1960s and 1970s.
Renovations include a new configuration of the assembly dais and audience, and new camera equipment
Borough’s legal department says more time is needed for proper transfer
The declaration was extended until March 31, 2021
Residents worry about increased traffic, speeding hazards
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
The letter describes specific statutes barring them from enacting mask mandate
Western Emergency Service Area board of directors will be appointed by borough mayor
Eligible residents may receive up to $1,200.
Four towers will be constructed to expand internet access following an assembly vote Tuesday.
In the race for Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor, Charlie Pierce is leading the vote count after election night with 5,777 of the votes cast. Linda… Continue reading
Ballot measure to create service area for Ninilchik, Anchor Point is passing
The race for Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor