As a life-long Kenai resident, Henry Knackstedt has been involved in the community from the air and on the ground. Knackstedt, 53, has been a licensed pilot for 36 years with 25 years of service in the Kenai Civil Air Patrol as command pilot.
Tim Navarre's record of public service on the Kenai City Council goes back long before he was first elected in 2011. In his senior year of high school in 1972, Navarre served as the student representative, a position then called junior city councilman.
After more than 300 absentee votes were counted, Tim Navarre and Henry Knackstedt received the most votes for the two at-large Kenai City Council seats. The results of the election will be certified at tonight's city council meeting.
After counting more than 300 absentee votes, Tim Navarre and Henry Knackstedt have received the most votes for the two at-large Kenai City Council seats. The results of the election were certified at Wednesday's city council meeting.
On Oct. 7, the citizens of Kenai will choose between four candidates for two open city council seats.
Without Kenai Mayor Pat Porter and two other council members present, the Kenai City Council again postponed an ordinance regarding telephonic participation for Kenai Planning and Zoning commissioners at Wednesday's meeting.
For the first time in nearly two years the former Sears store in the Kenai Mall will be active with people receiving much needed services, but only for one day. The third annual Project Homeless Connect takes place today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Kenai Planning and Zoning Commission unanimously voted down an ordinance that seeks to allow Kenai residents to raise chickens within city limits at a Wednesday work...
The Kenai Planning and Zoning Commission at its Sept. 11 meeting will consider recommending city council adopt a program similar to Soldotna's Storefront Improvement Program.
The Kenai Planning and Zoning commission will hold a public hearing today on a request by Buccaneer Alaska Operations LLC to amend the company's conditional use permit for its Marathon Road facility to include a storage and disposal unit for drilling waste. The company has already been awarded a special-use permit by the city to operate the waste disposal facility; a conditional use permit from Planning and Zoning would supersede that permit, said acting Planning and Zoning commissioner Nancy Carver.
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