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Zink fielded questions from the Kenai City Council during their Wednesday night work session
The beloved school activities bus driver died on Dec. 3 from COVID-19 complications.
Other towers were approved in Ninilchik, Nikolaevsk, Cohoe and Bear Creek
Wednesday marked the 37th day in a row that the state reported a daily case increase of more than 500.
This is the second time that the lease has been extended.
K-6 students will be allowed to return to school on Jan. 19 even if their region is at high risk.
The council will be joined by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink, among others.
Applicants should look for calls from phone numbers with a 360 area code or emails from cssalaska.org.
All peninsula communities were affected except for Fritz Creek and Other South
The state’s health officials gave a vaccine update on Monday
The additional funds will allow the program to run through its original end date of Dec. 16
26 cases were reported on the Kenai Peninsula
The extension runs from Captain Cook State Park to Otter Creek
The police department is scheduled to replace three vehicles in the current budget year
There were 364 cases reported by the Kenai Peninsula Borough over the past week
Victoria Askin and Linda Farnsworth-Hutchings filled Kenai and Soldotna council vacancies
760 new COVID-19 cases were reported in Alaska on Thursday, including 67 on the Kenai Peninsula
More than 500 pages of public comment were submitted prior to the Wednesday meeting
All peninsula communities reported at least one new case except for Fritz Creek
The city will interview nine applicants on Wednesday