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Fred Meyer delayed on grocery tax repeal

...immediately upon certification, which occurred at the borough assembly meeting Oct. 13.Craig Chapman, the finance director for the borough, said the borough initially sent out letters in late September to the retailers in Seldovia and Soldotna who...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-10-20/fred-meyer-delayed-on-grocery-tax-re
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AKDOT budget cuts limit winter road clearance

Budget cuts statewide will limit the Alaska Department of Transportation's ability to clear roads this winter. Falling oil prices have forced the state legislature to trim more than $1 billion from its unrestricted general fund spending for FY 2016.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-09-26/akdot-budget-cuts-limit-winter-road-
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Century old law returns to fund forest communities

Alaska's already tight budget is set to get a little snugger for some communities dependent on national forests.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-01-20/century-old-law-returns-to-fund-fore
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Borough to consider river protection tax credits

Ordinance 2011-37, introduced by assembly member Bill Smith, seeks to expand the already existing tax credits and exemptions on 25 of the borough's streams to all of the streams that became protected in June.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-09-23/borough-to-consider-river-protection
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4 injured in Yukon Island plane crash

A Smokey Bay Air single-engine plane crashed Tuesday morning on Yukon Island, injuring a man and three women. All four victims were taken by Maritime Helicopters to Homer and treated at South Peninsula Hospital.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/062007/news_0620new004.shtml
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Highway repairs may hit roadblocks without money

Drivers used to cruising speeds between Sterling and Soldotna are easing off on the gas these days to avoid an increasing number of cracks and frost heaves in the rapidly deteriorating pavement.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050607/news_0506new002.shtml
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Borough has new projects leader

...architecture from Montana State University, said his goal is to practice fiscal conservatism as the capital projects director for the borough. "I've always been an advocate of being conservative and frugal with my own money. I see the borough money...

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