Paul Seaton

Seaton holds meetings on revenue this week

As the city of Homer starts its budget debate at the next Homer City Council meeting on Monday, the larger question of how to balance… Continue reading

 

Research Reserve gets new partner

More than a year ago, things looked bleak for the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve. The House Subcommittee on Fish and Game had cut annual funding.… Continue reading

 

Legislature needs compromise to pass budget, Stevens says

With the Alaska Legislature still in recess and leaders trying to craft a balanced budget, it all comes down to a compromise, Sen. Gary Stevens,… Continue reading

 

Moving forward

With the Homer City Council’s blessing to proceed until the project is completed, the Public Safety Building Review Committee met Monday and authorized consultants to… Continue reading

Seaton, Stevens clear winners; other results remain cloudy

They’re back. With all precincts reporting, Rep. Paul Seaton, R-Homer, and Sen. Gary Stevens, R-Kodiak, will be the southern Kenai Peninsula’s voices when the Legislature… Continue reading

Pratt celebrates $900,000 grant

From 5 to 7 p.m. today, the Pratt Museum holds an event celebrating a $900,000 grant it received in the state capital budget. The money… Continue reading

‘Vote yes’ rally draws big show of support

If weather can predict election outcomes, Saturday’s sunshine bodes well for Ballot Measure 1, which seeks to repeal the state’s oil and gas tax structure… Continue reading

District 30 could get $7 million in capital projects

House District 30 and the lower and central Kenai Peninsula could get $7 million in capital projects if a budget on the table in the… Continue reading

Session goes on, but end in sight

Legislators have their boxes packed, computers have been shipped to local offices and some aides have boarded the ferry and left Juneau, but as of… Continue reading

Finance panel cuts funds for research reserve

Facing bigger state funding deficits than expected, last week the House Subcommittee on Fish & Game cut general funding for the Kachemak Bay Research Reserve… Continue reading

Residents talk fish to Seaton, Micciche

Homer area residents and voters from other areas of the Kenai Peninsula got a two-for-one special Friday with an opportunity to listen to and ask… Continue reading

Area fares well in capital budget

In the first year of the 28th Alaska Legislature, the House and Senate moved at a faster pace, noted Rep. Paul Seaton, R-Homer. “There’s been… Continue reading

George K. Seaton

    George Kenneth Seaton, father of Paul Seaton, passed on peacefully at home on March 14, 2013, with family by his side. Born Feb.… Continue reading

Vitamin D can’t be forced on Alaska residents

A recent article reveals that Homer's Alaska State Rep. Paul Seaton ­— like many other Alaskans — has discovered the health benefits of vitamin D.… Continue reading

Busy legislative session reaches halfway point

Begun Jan. 15, this year's legislative session is halfway toward its April 14 adjournment. Representing areas of the Kenai Peninsula that include the southern and… Continue reading

Invasive species bill advances in House

A bill requiring the state to create a rapid response and management plan to deal with invasive aquatic species moved out of the House Fisheries… Continue reading

Announcements

Senate District N and O legislators hold a constituent teleconference from 6 to 7 p.m. today at the Legislative Information Office, 270 W. Pioneer Ave.… Continue reading

Candidates meet in chamber-sponsored debate

With the general election quickly approaching, the two candidates for House District 30 met Tuesday in a debate sponsored by the Homer Chamber of Commerce… Continue reading

[flipp]