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An effort by a group of Homer residents to close off a pedestrian easement running by their properties was shot down at a Monday planning… Continue reading
The decision to put the measures on the ballot was approved at Tuesday’s assembly meeting.
Kenai has seen a nearly 40% decrease in the average rainfall for the area from June to August.
The filing period for Kenai Peninsula Borough offices opens at 8 a.m. Aug. 1 and runs through 4:30 p.m. Aug. 15. In a notice of… Continue reading
The latest measurement of the fire puts it at 100,812 acres.
Pierce said he did not support a dedicated or targeted tax on specific activities or services.
A quick search on airbnb.com shows hundreds of home, cabins and even yurts for rent
A meeting discussing a controversial gravel pit lasted to nearly midnight Monday, after dozens of Anchor Point residents gave public testimony on the proposed project.… Continue reading
The 12% bed tax would affect temporary lodging, including motels, hotels and bed and B&Bs
‘I didn’t move down from Anchorage just to look at a gravel pit.’
The 12% bed tax would affect temporary lodging across the borough
The Borough Assembly passed an ordinance April 16 increasing the FY 2019 funds by $2,423,955.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly meeting was dominated by education funding Tuesday night, with the assembly passing an ordinance to increase fiscal year 2019 funds… Continue reading
Dozens of Anchor Point residents made the trek to Soldotna on Tuesday night to give the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly a unified message: Fund education… Continue reading
Revenues from oil and gas properties provide the borough with an estimated $15 million per year
The CEO of Central Peninsula Hospital gave a report on the first half of the hospital’s FY 2019
Policy protects borough employees to report matters of public concern without fear of retribution
Assembly approved appropriations of $70,400 to pay toward the balance of ACLU-Alaska’s legal fees
Pierce said that the mayor’s office is still looking through all the impacts to the Kenai Peninsula
District staff rally at school board meeting, talk of a strike