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Refuge Notebook: Defining Wilderness in a climate changing world

...Interest Lands Conservation Act in 1980. But in my crystal ball, I don't see that vision extending into the future...somewhere between what we have now and what my cloudy crystal ball is telling me. But this scenario does highlight the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-03-27/refuge-notebook-defining-wildern
Outdoors
Kenai voters decide fate of comprehensive plan

...at what the best use of a lot is, currently and in the future, Knackstedt said. "It's nothing more than just a crystal-ball look into the future," Twait said.The mixed-use land use classification is another source of controversy, Knackstedt...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-24/kenai-voters-decide-fate-of-comprehe
News
34th Home Show "Building Excitement"

...area. So with the great turn out this weekend and very attractive lending rates right now you don't really need a crystal ball to have a positive outlook and I would say we are heading for a busy building season this year and my hat is off to...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2013-05-06
Dispatch
Q&A: Kenai mayoral candidates share vision of city

...that recognizes the importance of the quality of life for our residents. The following is some of what I see in my crystal ball:? Redevelopment of Old Town Kenai? Construction of a bluff erosion control structure resulting in an increase in property...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-09-24/qa-kenai-mayoral-candidates-share
Opinion
Kenai comp plan approval challenged

...City Manager Rick Koch said the plan is only a guide for the city's development. "This document is a look in a crystal ball 20 years in the future," Koch said. The city updates the plan annually, he said. "Guaranteed, it's not going...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-04-24/petition-to-potentially-upturn-kenai
News
'Ifs' aren't healthy for school district budget

...enough to pause. It's difficult enough to build a spending plan, nevermind trying to do so when while looking into a crystal ball just to figure out how much money there is to spend.But the size of the "ifs" in the school district's budget...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-04-05/ifs-arent-healthy-for-school-dist
Opinion
Borough considers fisheries economic study

...value of fish, but where they get their data I'm not quite sure," he said during the meeting. "It could be from a crystal ball, but it is not necessarily accurate. I'm speaking of the Board of Fish."Navarre said he would consider having...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-10-24/borough-considers-fisheries-economic
News
Upgrades in the works

...next few years. "It will be a while," he said. "I think the very earliest that you would see, and this is my crystal ball, is three years from now, probably four years is a more accurate gauge." Wagoner said he thinks $20 million will...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-11-14-0
News
Cook Inlet salmon management plan implications discussed

...Webster said. Tom Vania, regional fisheries management coordinator for Cook Inlet, said he would "need a better crystal ball" than the one he has now. He said the sport fishing division does not have its forecast yet, but that it was likely...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-01-15/cook-inlet-salmon-management-plan-im
News
South Central Title Agency goes "Royal" for Halloween

...hall. Then with a puff of smoke, soothsayers Sharon Dallmann and Julie Murchison appeared with their magic wands and crystal ball to foretell all. "We see nothing but success and prosperity for all who enter the South Central enchanted kingdom...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/111010/dis_734051465.shtml
Dispatch

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