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Do most city workers cost as much as claimed?
To the city council: Your information to the public, posted in your ad concerning Proposition 1 on Sept. 19, is somewhat deceptive. To simply state the average city employee has an hourly wage and benefit cost of $60.85 is probably a fact, albeit deceptive in its implications. What appears to be ...
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Trooper Report 9/29/2016
Sept. 20 A 54-year-old Kodiak man was issued a mandatory court citation for possessing over the limit of subsistence king crab. The king crab was seized and donated to charity. Sept. 25 At approximately midnight, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a motor vehicle crash on Chiniak Highway ...
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Alaska State Troopers: Sept. 29
Sept. 20 A 54-year-old Kodiak man was issued a mandatory court citation for possessing over the limit of subsistence king crab. The king crab was seized and donated to charity. Sept. 25 At approximately midnight, Alaska State Troopers received a report of a motor vehicle crash on Chiniak Highway ...
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Guest Opinion: Fix ordinance to protect plinking
The Kodiak City Council will soon hold a public hearing on proposed Ordinance No. 1359. If adopted, the ordinance will prohibit the discharge of firearms and other dangerous weapons in the city. This ordinance was brought forward due to hunting activities taking place in heavily used recreational...
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Do most city workers cost as much as claimed?
To the city council: Your information to the public, posted in your ad concerning Proposition 1 on Sept. 19, is somewhat deceptive. To simply state the average city employee has an hourly wage and benefit cost of $60.85 is probably a fact, albeit deceptive in its implications. What appears to be ...
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Kodiak football finishes season on GCI
Kodiak is not headed to the playoffs, but it will have a statewide audience for its final football game of the 2016 season. The Bears’ season finale at Eagle River will be broadcast live on GCI Channel 1 (HD 999). The game starts at noon on Saturday. “That’s the one thing about Kodiak football, w...
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Week in Words: Cousins getting together for a beat-down
A historic night, this past Monday night, to say the least. One of the largest television audiences ever tuned in to watch the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. “Debate” has been around since about the 14th century, and in English it still means to “quarrel,” “di...
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Guest Opinion: Fix ordinance to protect plinking
The Kodiak City Council will soon hold a public hearing on proposed Ordinance No. 1359. If adopted, the ordinance will prohibit the discharge of firearms and other dangerous weapons in the city. This ordinance was brought forward due to hunting activities taking place in heavily used recreational...
Sep 29, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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