Service Area Board Candidates

  • Saturday, October 1, 2016 3:23pm
  • Opinion

Anchor Point Fire and Emergency Medical Service Area Board

Seat B (3-year)

Robert Craig

Seat D (2-year)

Dawson R. Slaughter

Kachemak Emergency Service Area Board

Seat E (3-year)

Matthew “Matt” Schneyer

Nikiski Fire Service Area Board

Seat A (3-year)

Chrystal L. Leighton

Seat B (3-year)

Mark Cialek

Seat C (3-year)

Janet R. Hilleary

Nikiski Senior Service Area Board

Seat B (3-year)

Jonathan “Jon” Becker

Seat C (3-year)

Erich Deland

North Peninsula Recreation Service Area Board

Seat A (3-year)

P. Paul Lorenzo

Seat B (3-year)

Michele Carver

South Kenai Peninsula Hospital
Service Area Board

Seat G (3-Year)

Clyde T. Boyer Jr.

Seat H (3-Year)

Doris Cabana

Seat I (3-Year)

Ralph Broshes

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