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The city was the latest peninsula municipality to mull the future of Zoom access.
The funds were approved as part of the American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA — a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package.
Filing periods for local elections begin in August.
Kenai approves transfer of land to Triumvirate Theatre
A live outcry auction is tentatively scheduled for the second week of August at Soldotna High School.
The proclamation acknowledges the role parks and recreation play in the quality of life of borough residents.
The borough has about $390,000 in remaining CARES Act funds.
Spruce bark beetle infestations overtake peninsula trees
The grants fund civic programs, services, projects and events that contribute to Soldotna residents’ overall quality of life.
While the city does not know exactly how much it will receive through ARPA, estimates suggest it will be between about $500,000 and $600,000.
The capital improvement projects are one-time expenditures costing more than $50,000 and that result in a “tangible fixed asset.”
Alaska Christian College, on the outskirts of Soldotna, is seeking a fire hydrant for their new gym.
Money or no money, Seward’s floods keep coming.
More than 250 grant opportunities were evaluated before the final selections were made.
Soldotna Mayor Paul Whitney wrote in a June 23 memo to the council that the need for video conferencing had decreased.
The American Rescue Plan Act, or ARPA, is a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package signed into law by President Joe Biden.
The proclamation praises the efforts of the Soldotna Chamber to support city businesses.
In a typical year, a maximum of four students are selected for the program and go to Japan for 10 days.
The new units would be on Redoubt Avenue.
The leachate tank was one of many borough facilities that sustained damage during the 2018 7.0 earthquake.