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The department received almost $260,000 through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
The legislation being considered, if approved, would replace the word “telephonic” with “remote electronic.”
Kenai Senior Center celebrates 50 years
The council earlier voted to postpone the legislation after concerns were raised about what books would be purchased.
The holiday spirit is back in a big way with ‘Christmas Comes to Kenai’
The money was made available under the American Rescue Plan Act.
The funds were made available by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services
Power had been restored by about 9 p.m.
Kenai rolls out holiday events
Both were elected during the Oct. 5 municipal election
The move was to give newly elected members more time to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the project.
The Kenai City Council voted during its Oct. 20 meeting to postpone acceptance of a $1,500 grant for materials related to health and wellness.
Approval of library grant postponed after Kenai council requests to preview book purchases
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge stickers, T-shirts, magnets, travel stamps and enamel pins will be available.
Some members of the public and Kenai City Council spoke against health mandates and in support of alternative treatments for COVID-19
Both council members-elect — Deborah Sounart and James Baisden — attended Wednesday.
The total acreage of all land owned by the City of Kenai is roughly the same size as the City of Soldotna.
The cemetery has four adult plots available and is subject to a moratorium on the selling of standard plots.
Efforts to create a dog park, which will be located at Daubenspeck Family Park in Kenai, have been underway for years.
The City of Kenai owns 369 subdivided parcels.