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The forum was the fifth of eight being held throughout September heading into the Oct. 3 municipal election
Stantec presents first draft of multipurpose community center to go on HERC site.
New green infrastructure project to solve drainage issues
Homer City Council votes 4-2 in favor of partially funding the Homer Business Advisory position.
Sen. Stevens and Rep. Vance hold meetings before heading to Juneau for start of session.
Third-quarter sales taxes are 85% of projected revenues for budget.
Members discussed if the meetings were necessary with public Zoom access available.
Erickson, Aderhold win council; third race too close to call. Daugharty, Tupper win borough races.
Homer City Council is exploring future uses of the Homer Education Recreation Complex.
The campus on the south side of the Sterling Highway near Heath Street lies below the 50-foot tsunami inundation zone.
Jason Davis was sworn in on Monday to serve in the interim position on the Homer City Council.
Marijuana consumption ordinance fails at city council.
After hiatus, annual event back as program transitions out of pandemic
Coalition of environmental groups says Fish and Game’s process to rescind JetSki ban was illegal
Sierra Moskios earned the Alaska Afterschool Superhero award for her dedication to Homer youth.
Festival is a mix of live, virtual programming
The legislation is a response to the repeal of a regulation banning the use of personal watercraft in the Fox River and Kachemak Bay Critical Habitat Areas.
The legislation is the latest development in a controversy that began with a repeal of a regulation banning the watercraft.
City manager authorized to negotiate Homer Spit lease with Salmon Sisters
Both are participating in a 14-day quarantine.