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...Alaska population, could depart in a year and a half."We have to show an outpouring of community support," said Bill Popp, president of the Anchorage Economic Development Corp.The economic impact of losing the Anchorage-based airborne...

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Mayor seeks to return borough oil and gas liaision position

...The borough previously created such a position when current Assembly President Dale Bagley was borough mayor in 2002. Bill Popp, now president and CEO of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, served as a special assistant to the mayor...

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Navarre, Bagley top fundraisers among mayoral candidates

...who gave $200. Bagley's notable contributors include Soldotna City Council member Nels Anderson, who gave $500; Bill Popp, CEO of the Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, who gave $100, current assembly member Brent Johnson, who...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-09-15/navarre-bagley-top-fundraisers-among
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Borough assembly elects new officers

...leadership Tuesday night. The presidency passed from Bill Popp, of South Kenai, to Tim Navarre, of North Kenai. The...Betty Glick, Jack Brown, Drew Scalzi, Ron Drathman and Bill Popp. "I hope they say that about me when my term is done...

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Lawmakers busy with bills

...from the state and a growing shifting of the tax burden from a minority to a majority of borough taxpayers,? said Bill Popp, special assistant to Mayor John Williams. According to borough data, in 1986 the exemption viewed as a way to help...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010807/news_0108new001.shtml
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Is there enough contract control?

...exceed the mayor?s $50,000 authority. Speaking Friday for Mayor John Williams, who was not available, assistant Bill Popp said the mayor?s office feels the ordinance is unnecessary, redundant. It would add to the government?s bottom line...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/010807/news_0108new002.shtml
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Ice jams cause Soldotna flooding

...the dam, pressure increases on the ice until it finally breaks up and moves downriver at least until it jams up again. Bill Popp, spokesman with the Kenai Peninsula Borough, said a series of ice jams could form all along the lower river over the weekend...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/012807/news_0128new002.shtml
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Assembly to consider contract award oversight

...to trigger assembly action. The administration has called the measure unnecessary, redundant and potentially costly. Bill Popp, administrative assistant to Mayor John Williams, said the borough?s strong budget process reviews large purchases...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020607/news_0206new003.shtml
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Property caps being watched by mayors

...said, they?d have to sell to realize that profit. However, House Bill 23 was ?not a good solution,? he said. Bill Popp, assistant to Mayor Williams, is tracking state legislation. He said the bill had not yet had a preliminary hearing...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/021107/news_0211new003.shtml
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River vs. political ethics: Embracing KRSA's approach to resource management difficult

The Kenai Classic has ended, and the power-brokers have left town. Though Bill Popp may glibly dismiss criticism of the Classic and Kenai River Sportfishing Association's politics and ambitions as a "negative...

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