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No cases in Alaska have been identified, but the declaration will help free up resources.
Updates will be presented through press conferences and through a website accessible to the public.
The bill would establish a $5 fee for the Cook Inlet personal use fishing permit.
The district will have to destroy the old buses.
Dunleavy talks state budget, fiscal future and oil prices
Seward’s Alaska SeaLife Center monitors the state’s 6,640 miles of coastline.
The district also launched a webpage to inform families and the community about COVID-19.
The conversation started with a discussion on the city’s budget.
The $30 million bond package would fund capital projects in school buildings across the district.
Official: It’s “highly likely” Alaska will see its first case soon.
“It wasn’t the best deal ever, but it was a lifesaver.”
The ordinance also provides clarification on what the borough can do if residency is challenged.
Resolution in support of state House Bill 198 passes 5-4 at Tuesday’s assembly meeting.
The proposal does not recommend the suspension or deletion of any KPC programs.
The recall group must gather 71,252 signatures.
‘We’re looking at the budget for the next school year and how it might impact our needs.’
Incentives include no lease payments for up to 5 years and option to purchase.
Hope art students display their craft
The state will reimburse earthquake repairs at Hope School and Nikiski Middle/High School.
Since January, Soldotna City Council and Kenai City Council have both passed similar resolutions.