Kenai Peninsula Borough

Anchor Point, Kasilof to have field assessments this year

Borough assessors will be scoping out properties in the Anchor Point, Deep Creek, Ninilchik, Clam Gulch and Kasilof areas this year. The Kenai Peninsula Borough… Continue reading

Assembly passes rules for attending meetings by phone

Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly members may be blocked from participating in meeting telephonically in the future if the other members decide it’s not merited. The… Continue reading

State cuts ripple through borough budget

Quilts covered the walls at the Funny River Community Center, the result of hours of work by charity-minded community members. But on a Thursday afternoon,… Continue reading

Landfill plans for expansion, gas use

A few changes proposed for the Central Peninsula Landfill will not only make it bigger but possibly provide a way to harness its gas that’s… Continue reading

Borough’s health care costs decreased in 2016

After years of escalation, the Kenai Peninsula Borough saw a decrease in its employee health care costs in 2016. Across all departments, the borough is… Continue reading

2 lawsuits against borough moving through courts

Two entangled lawsuits against the Kenai Peninsula Borough are winding their way through the court system, one toward trial and another toward dismissal. The borough… Continue reading

Borough to explore emergency services fix

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly took a first step Tuesday toward securing emergency services in an area that has few residents, but sees thousands of… Continue reading

Kenn Carpenter appointed to Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly

Kenn Carpenter, a procurement specialist at Seward’s AVTEC vocational training school, will represent Seward, Cooper Landing, Moose Pass, Hope, east Sterling, and other areas of… Continue reading