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The Kenai Peninsula Borough Economic Development District is helping the state plan for how to best use funds it receives from the federal government via… Continue reading
Roughly $1.36 billion in federal funding is expected to flow into Alaska.
One of the goals of S.B. 17 is to have Alaska enter into energy service performance contracts valued at $100 million by 2026.
The boatyard hopes to acquire three lots of land that separate some of the company’s discontinuous lots.
Nearly half of the leftover funds come from CAR13, the project aimed at retrofitting borough facilities.
Baisden has served as borough Mayor Charlie Pierce’s chief of staff since 2018.
Across the peninsula, CARES dollars funded grant programs offering financial relief to residents, workers and businesses.
Among the projects KPEDD is working on this year are the borough’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy and an Economic Resiliency Plan.
The event was hosted on Facebook Live.
59% of borough residents 65 and older have received at least one dose.
About 29.9% of borough residents 16 and older have received at least one dose
The disposal site saw more use in 2020 due to a statewide burn suspension enacted during the 2020 wildland fire season.
The communities will receive about $15,500 each.
The last time the borough conducted a general capture of imagery was in 2012 and 2013 for the western Kenai Peninsula.
Large-scale clinics hosted in part by the borough can vaccinate hundreds in one day
Alaska continues to lead the nation in vaccine rollout
The board reviewed their initial request and agreed to approach the borough with a new, lower request of $50 million.
5,773 of 11,317 people in the borough age 65 or older have received at least one vaccine dose
The vote to veto was unanimous