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KENAI PENINSULA BOROUGH ORDINANCE 2009-09

Some readers have written in with concerns about a proposed borough ordnance. The contentious section is; D. Floodways within the SMFDA district. Any development in the floodways in the SMFDA district located within the Resurrection River watershed, Spruce and Sawmill Creeks, shall be subject to the permitting requirements of KPB […]

Mayor’s Narrative Report #13 January 18, 2009 Week #13 has been very busy with the weather creating havoc. We took another great trip to Seward, had to cancel a trip to Tyonek because of ice, had concerns about ice and students waiting for buses, prepared for the Assembly Meeting, worked […]

Mayor’s Narrative Report #12 January 11, 2009   Week #12 has been very full with a trip to Seward on Monday, my fourth Assembly Meeting on Tuesday, many meetings dealing with the Budget and groups wanted the Mayor’s ear. Through it all, we dealt with very cold weather and the […]

January 4, 2009 Week #11 has been filled with meetings and preparation for my fourth Assembly Meeting. The Assembly Meeting on Tuesday will contain many agenda items as the Assembly has not met for over a month because of the Holidays. I have also worked on recovering the history concerning […]

December 28, 2008 Week #10 has been great as the trip to Seward on Tuesday missed the blizzard until coming home, Thursday was Christmas but on Saturday was the funeral for Roy Shapley. I did a lot of research on the Spruce Bark Beetle Program, we got our Federal Stimulus […]

Kenai Peninsula Borough Stimulus Projects

Kenai Peninsula Borough Stimulus Projects by Mayor Dave Carey On Monday afternoon, December 22, 2008, as part of a statewide teleconference, Senator-elect Begich requested that all projects to be considered in the Federal Stimulus Package be in his office by Monday, December 29th, 2008. These are the projects I have […]

Borough Mayor Visiting Seward

Our new Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor, David Carey, will be visiting in Seward on   Tuesday, December 23, 2008   The City Council and Public are invited to meet and speak with Mayor Carey and discuss issues concerning Seward.   City Council Chambers   Seward City Hall   2:30 p.m. […]

Week #8 has been most productive with a good deal of time and effort being focused on long and short term direction for the Borough. The 2009-10 Budget, reductions in Borough employees, economic opportunities and increasing involvement of Borough residents in public policy decision-making have been the highlights of this […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

DOT&PF imposes speed reductions on Seward Highway bridges

Recent inspections have detected weakened structural supports for three bridges in the Trail Lakes area along the Seward Highway, prompting speed reductions for vehicles crossing the affected bridges, according to Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) officials. This action is in response to heavy commercial vehicles and loads […]

Reports from Borough Mayor Carey

Dear Seward City News: Since becoming Borough Mayor on October 20th, I have been writing weekly reports on my meetings and also a narrative about particular meetings. In addition, each week I try to write something regarding an issue or event from that week. This is now Week #8 as […]