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Soldotna residents to hear more on Prop. 1

...said. "As a whole it's very informative and it does a good job illustrating the nuances of the issue," member Keith Baxter said. Mayor Nels Anderson said he felt the document was dry and not very readable, and wanted to reiterate that the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-09-10-0
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Piles of garbage gone from Kenai Peninsula

...still taken to the Kenai River, but to clean up the banks, not fish the waters, said Soldotna City Council member Keith Baxter.Redoubt students alone picked up 840 pounds of trash, Baxter said. Combined, the four schools picked up 1,783...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-26/piles-of-garbage-gone-from-kenai-pen
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Soldotna approves contracts, addresses concerns

...will decide whether city public officials financial disclosure filing system will be localized. City Council member Keith Baxter said he was concerned that the materials would be used, or written to persuade voters. City Council member Linda Murphy...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-07-23/soldotna-approves-contracts-addresse
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DOT&PF shares progress in highway study

...the project is figuring out how to balance two competing needs -mobility and access to residences and businesses.Keith Baxter, Soldotna City Council member, attended the meeting in Soldotna on Tuesday and said with the highway serving local...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-06-25/dotpf-shares-progress-in-highway-stu
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Community support key to Kenai River Spring Cleanup

...especially to the kids and community volunteers who removed a whopping 2,494 pounds of trash from the world-renown Kenai River. Mark Glassmaker KRPGA Volunteer and Event Chair Keith Baxter Soldotna City Council Member and Event Co-Chair

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-06-18/community-support-key-to-
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Why Soldotna opted not to buy Birch Ridge

...council had passed the chance simply to look at what kind of contract would even be possible, she said. Council member Keith Baxter urged Cowan and Rose to look into thed the possibility of a grant from the Rasmussen Foundation. The foundation has...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-24/why-city-opted-not-to-buy-birch-ridg
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Lack of fishing opportunity leads to river clean-up

...endorsement illustrates the relevancy and immediacy of dedicating time to clean up the river. Soldotna City Council member Keith Baxter said almost everyone in the community is dependent on the river. Participants can pick up garbage bags and river trash...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-10-0
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Voices of the Peninsula: Golfing community disappointed with council vote

...read the analysis and supported the resolution. We would also like to thank the other council members who voted no, Keith Baxter, Regina Daniels, Megan Bos and Paul Whitney. Perhaps, after reflection and reading the analysis you might reconsider...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-04-29/voices-of-the-peninsula-golfing-c
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Commitment to community should be applauded

...it is refreshing to see so many individuals interested in serving the community.New council members Meggean Bos and Keith Baxter were elected to the council earlier this month and were sworn in Wednesday. Regina Daniels, who was re-elected...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-24/commitment-to-community-should-be
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Soldotna City Council has busy night

...proclamation stating Soldotna would recognize the week of May 11 as Kenai River Spring Clean Up, at Council Member Keith Baxter's request. The Council voted unanimously in favor of having an elected Soldotna High School student representative...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-03-26/soldotna-city-council-has-busy-night
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