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Tim Dillon to step down as head of the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District at the end of the month
The additional money will help KPEDD cover matching costs for projects
A chunk of the road collapsed at Mile 8
The program has not yet gone live
Alaska Department of Natural Resources Commissioner-designee John Boyle attended Friday’s Soldotna Chamber of Commerce luncheon
The zone would prioritize walkability, ‘visually pleasing’ aesthetics
The all-day forum will feature panels on topics including mariculture, oil and gas, food sustainability, tourism and broadband
The ability of taxing entities to collect sales tax from online, or e-commerce, sellers is a new phenomenon
The federal minimum wage has not increased since 2009
The Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District is asking for people on the Kenai Peninsula to help the federal government figure out how fast internet service… Continue reading
Alaska’s 2021 average inflation rate was the largest annual price increase since 1990
$3,200 in payments to Alaskans, money for local projects included
Officials aim to provide more transparency in the budget process
The annual event is hosted by the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District
That’s according to the January edition of “Alaska Economic Trends”
The annual forum is put on by the Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District
The Kenai Peninsula reported 500 more jobs in November 2021 compared to November 2020.
On average, women earned about 72% of what men earned in Alaska in 2019.
Development district works with local operations to hone goals, find funding.
The median rent payment on the Kenai Peninsula Borough was about $1,009 in 2020 and about $1,023 in 2021