I would like to encourage residents from the Kenai Peninsula to contact their legislator to urge them to table House Bill 77. Alaskans need a chance to review and agree with any changes that DNR or Governor Parnell has made regarding amendments requested by Senator Micciche. Senator Giessel scheduled a public hearing before the Senate Resources Committee on March 12. All meetings up to now have been held without any public or apparently Senate knowledge of any fixes by the Parnell administration to this bill.
...sister-in-law of the bride Zeidy Sluciak. The groom's parents are of the late William R. Farrally of Soldotna, and Betty Whittenberg and stepfather Robert Whittenberg of Soldotna. He is a member of IBEW in Anchorage, and also has an associate's...
...education psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2006. Farrally is the daughter of William Farrally and Betty Whittenberg and step-daughter of Robert Whittenberg of Soldotna. · Soldotna resident David Ryan Hinshaw received a bachelor...
...state. The Exxon Valdez oil spill cleanup was a large temporary boon to our economy, too. Would we really want to repeat that disaster to our fisheries for the jobs and money? Betty Whittenberg Soldotna
...methylbenzene, toluene, phenol and naphthalene as well as heavy metals such as chromium, lead, nickel and zinc, almost universally present in produced water. Now that's a waste stream to get tougher on. Betty Whittenberg, Soldotna
...Vote "Yes" on Proposition 4 if you want to put our more stringent state water quality regulations back in place to protect Alaska's rivers, fisheries and clean water dependent businesses and wild foods. Betty Whittenberg Soldotna
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