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The city council last year approved $1.5 million for maintenance and renovations at the sports complex.
130 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Alaska on Tuesday
Formal ownership of the park has changed hands several times
Changes to the program have been proposed by city council members, city administration and the public
If approved, the declaration would be extended to Feb. 28
DHSS announced 153 new COVID-19 cases in Alaska on Monday
In total, the committees will award up to a combined $55,100 to eligible applicants
Technology from the Final Frontier arrives in the Last Frontier
Many of the borough’s existing agricultural land leases were issued during the 1960s and 1970s.
Among the changes are established time limits on meetings
1,680 new resident cases were reported in Alaska this week
Eastern and southern peninsula schools may return to in-person learning five days a week for all grades on Jan. 25
The changes will allow more spectators, more people on the ice and new mask protocols
The state also reported 11 new hospitalizations and two deaths.
Using a grant, the borough would replace a rotting bridge with a culvert
More than 7,000 have already received both doses of their vaccine
Many called for allowing students in all grades to resume in-person learning five days a week or for eliminating mask requirements for student athletes while active.
State Sens. Peter Micciche and Gary Stevens and State Rep. Sarah Vance have prefiled bills
Affected peninsula communities include Kenai, Homer, Soldotna, Anchor Point and Sterling
Clinics are being offered by Soldotna Professional Pharmacy and Nikiski Fire/OEM