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Soldotna candidates seek support

...for a three-year term, did not submit columns. David R. Carey Soldotna mayor running unopposed Dear Voters: It has...dedicated public servants that make Soldotna awesome. David R. Carey is running unopposed for a three-year term as Soldotna's...
Kachemak City considers next step toward natural gas

...pipeline is needed to save costs to all users, including the borough, but also to provide necessary service that the gas line would offer to commercial, as well as personal interests," said David R. Carey, Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor.
Welcome to Homecoming II

...women who are and have been in harm's way on our behalf. We will "Sound the trumpet that shall never call retreat." We will greet our heroes. Be jubilant, our feet. Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! David R. Carey is the mayor of Soldotna.
Not circumventing the people: Elected mayor/CEO offers a voice to all from top on down

...Bobek's classroom and in every classroom and home in the borough deserve no less of a birthright and responsibility. David R. Carey is the Kenai Peninsula Borough mayor.
Clarion Dispatch

...Adams received another official letter dated June 6th, this letter from the City of Soldotna and signed by Mayor David R. Carey stated, "This correspondence is to acknowledge how much I appreciate the community comments regarding your wonderful...
Japan relief contributions appreciated

We would like to thank the many residents of the Kenai Peninsula Borough who contributed to the relief funds collected on behalf of our Sister City - Akita, Japan, in response to the 9.0 magnitude earthquake that hit Japan on March 11, 2011.
Changes needed to keep America bright

The justice represented by the death of Osama bin Laden and the courageous work of the Navy Seals and our intelligence community should prompt the American people to demand that our heroes in the regular Uniformed Services, our Reservists and our National Guard members be brought home to their families and communities, and that all economic efforts at "nation-building" be redirected to the creation of jobs for Americans and strengthening our reduced transportation and energy infrastructure.


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