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The borough assembly passed legislation supporting the association’s application for grant funds.
About $3.4 million of American Rescue Plan Act was allocated for “pay-go” infrastructure projects.
Members discussed if the meetings were necessary with public Zoom access available.
The regulations drew safety concerns when first proposed earlier this year.
Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce said he will not appoint Linda Farnsworth-Hutchings to the commission.
The tax increase will bump Seldovia’s sales tax during the second and third quarter from 4.5% to 6.5%.
Prior to Tuesday, Johnson, who represents Kasilof, served as the assembly’s vice president.
It would be roughly 20 times the size of the largest solar farm currently in the state.
Cindy Ecklund, Brent Hibbert and Mike Tupper take oath of office.
11.8% of registered voters cast ballots in the borough’s Oct. 5 municipal elections.
A total of 1,512 ballots, including absentee, questioned and special needs, will be counted.
All results are unofficial and do not include absentee, questioned and absentee ballots.
Erickson, Aderhold win council; third race too close to call. Daugharty, Tupper win borough races.
Richard Derkevorkian, who represents Kenai, said he believes the group is not “nonpartisan,” as stated in the legislation.
Current code only bans smoking in assembly chambers during meetings and session.
Testing voting equipment has always been open to the public, but was made more accessible due to sweeping election policies approved earlier this year.