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The longest running outage is on the Fisherman’s Road area of Nikiski.
Gravel pit owners and homeowners near existing pits both spoke in opposition to the ordinance.
Alaska DOT has new snowplow safety information and resources on their website.
The District 6 opened when Martha Fleming stepped down last month.
An overnight measurement taken Monday showed nearly 10 inches had fallen.
An ordinance asks that $1 million in additional appropriations be made for the project.
Several of the proposed code changes were first explored in the borough’s Material Site Workgroup.
The work group includes members from the assembly, planning commission and 5 members of the public.
Tebughna School lost ceiling tiles in the gym after the November 2018 7.1 magnitude earthquake.
A frontal system moving over Southcentral may bring moderate to heavy accumulating snow.
The transit administration is awarding $423 million in transit infrastructure grants nationwide.
There are four applicants for the District 6 vacancy — which covers the eastern peninsula.
‘Perhaps one of the most meaningful awards that I have received’
The Kenai Peninsula was first categorized by the U.S. Drought Monitor as abnormally dry on July 9.
The Swan Lake Fire burned more than 160,000 acres of forest before it was contained this fall.
Wildwood Correctional Center in Kenai was over maximum capacity for more than 200 days.
Sales tax revenues help support government services in both Kenai and Soldotna.
John Nels Anderson died in September while serving as mayor.
Commissioners deliberate land use development requests and make recommendations.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy has 45 days to choose from nominated applicants and make appointments.