Recent News & Information

PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE

Moose Pass Residents are invited to an Informational Meeting Wednesday, January 28th, 2009 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. At the Moose Pass Community Hall Regarding the Proposed Small Low Impact Hydro Projects Located near the Moose Pass Area This meeting will be conducted by: Kenai Hydro, LLC (A partnership between […]

First Wednesday Hymn Sing-A-long

The winter is made warmer when we sing together! Join the growing number of friends from every faith tradition as we gather on the first Wednesday evening of each month at the Methodist Church, to sing songs of faith, new and old. You pick the songs by shouting ’em out, […]

Citizen Lobbying Opportunity

Alaska Conservation Alliance and Alaska Conservation Voters Legislative Fly-In 2009 What: The Fly-In comprises two days of legislative & grassroots advocacy training, followed by one day of lobby visits with legislators at the Capitol.  Each year, the Legislative Fly-In brings together conservation-minded folks from around the state to learn about […]

City Calendar

City Calendar

Seward City Council Regular Meeting Agenda Monday, January 26, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. 1. Call To Order 2. Pledge Of Allegiance 3. Roll Call Citizens’ Comments On Any Subject Except Those Items Scheduled For Public Hearing. Approval Of Agenda And Consent Agenda 6. Special Orders, Presentations And Reports A. Proclamations […]

Possible Bus Driver Strike

The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District contracts with First Student to provide bus transportation for our students.  The bus drivers have chosen to be represented by the Teamsters and are in the negotiations process with First Student.  As part of the process, bus drivers may choose to go on strike […]

Community Needs

President Obama is asking for citizens to volunteer, get involved and make a renewed commitment to their communities.   Seward is a fantastic example of what people can do when they work toward a better community.  We built a playground with volunteers.  Our fire department and ambulance corps are manned with volunteers […]

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 […]

Weird Book of the Week

Weird Book of the Week

With the arrival of the New Year and all the promise it contains, I’ve been thinking lately of past resolutions, potential new ones I’m procrastinating making, and all the things that make each New Year truly “new”.  One way to make sure this year will be different, if it’s difference […]

Polar Bear Jump Photos

Polar Bear Jump Photos

The folks of Bucks Wildlife Photography, www.buckswildlifephotography.com have been kind enough to share some of their jump photos with us. Visit  www.buckswildlifephotography.com for more jump photos!

Grab that Pack, Head to Emmonak

I think it’s time for our governor to sit for a geography lesson.  And no, I’m not referring to that now infamous “You can see Alaska from Russia” comment she correctly made a while back because that one’s true.  On a clear day, from the shores of Little Diomede island, […]

Thank you, Seward!

Thank you, Seward!

Seeds of Faith Preschool Board invited local businesses to support the scholarship program which enables several children to attend classes who otherwise would be unable to do so. The response was absolutely amazing, and a wonderful testimony to the impact Seeds Of Faith has had, and continues to have, on […]

Ship Yard Violation Notice

Notice of violation for failure to use reasonable precautions to prevent fugitive particulate matter emissions and air pollution. The Department of Environmental Conservation to Seward Ship’s Drydock, Inc. seward.pdf

Coal Dust Past and Present

The coal export facility was built in Seward by Veco Construction back in the eighties. It was one of Veco’s largest projects to date and brought many jobs to town. I remember waiting and hoping to be selected from the casual laborers who gathered each morning to fill in for […]

Vessel Monarch

We were notified by the Coast Guard at approximately 6:00 a.m. this morning, the Vessel Monarch was taking on water.  Personnel from the vessel were evacuated to the Granite Point Platform.  The vessel overturned and is currently pinned up against the Granite Point Platform.  We were advised by that 21 […]

FLOOD ADVISORY

AKZ121-125-135-170100- 840 AM AKST WED JAN 14 2009 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN ANCHORAGE HAS ISSUED AN * URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR RAIN AND MELTING SNOW IN… WESTERN KENAI PENINSULA WESTERN PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND INCLUDING ANCHOR POINT…FOX RIVER…FRITZ CREEK…HOMER…NINILCHIK AND SEWARD * UNTIL 500 PM AKST FRIDAY […]