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Using a grant, the borough would replace a rotting bridge with a culvert
The new communications towers are intended to help expand rural internet access
Peninsula’s diversity a strength amid economic struggle
A large portion of the presentation focused on combating misinformation surrounding the vaccine
Just under $50 million in grant funds were distributed to businesses in the area
Renovations include a new configuration of the assembly dais and audience, and new camera equipment
Statewide, 8,918 vaccines had been administered as of Dec. 22
The declaration was extended until March 31, 2021
Board members have been appointed and transfer of assets is next
Gabriel voiced his concern regarding Central Peninsula Hospital, which reached capacity on Monday.
The Assembly supports borough residents getting a COVID-19 vaccine “on a prioritized and optional basis”
Kenai Peninsula Borough reported 15 cases Monday and 28 cases Sunday.
Gillham discusses the state budget, PFD and COVID-19
The program will provide up to $1,200 per month, for four months, to eligible households.
Western Emergency Service Area board of directors will be appointed by borough mayor
Boundary commission opens 7-day comment period on whether or not to send annexation to ballot box
Spectators at the complex will remain imited to 80 people to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation rejected a grant application to support the proposed project
Technical difficulties, COVID-19 protocol compliance and missing ballots were among the issues.
Bill Elam, Richard Derekevorkian and Lane Chesley took the oath via Zoom.