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Her family is moving outside of Soldotna City limits.
The project will be paid for in full with federal money.
The trails association recently applied for a grant through the Alaska Department of Natural Resources.
All events are still being held virtually at the Kenai Community Library.
The city council first considered the resolution at their April 14 meeting.
The council first voted to restrict in-person meetings during October of last year.
The borough, in contrast, has no plans to phase out Zoom services.
Soldotna City Clerk Shellie Saner spoke during a Wednesday city council work session about how city elections work and emphasized how collaboration between her office… Continue reading
Food bank will return to monthly boxes as CARES funding dries up.
The state has about $37.5 million available for the program and is requiring 10% of the funds from each grant to be used to address health equity.
A resolution encouraging the state to approve a grant application for the project was up for consideration by the council.
The chamber also named its people of the year and gave updates on relief spending.
The series will kick off with performances by Zen Trembles and opener Shonathin Hoskins.
Group organizes sidewalk sale, discounts and art gallery for Earth Day.
The city last adopted a hazard mitigation plan in 2016.
The library hopes to install a “StoryWalk” in Soldotna Creek Park this summer
All of the trees at 3 Friends Dog Park must be removed, report says
St. Patrick’s Day parade returns 1 year after COVID-19 cancellation.
The move is part of a yearslong effort
The city has about $2 million left to spend