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Snow removal not up to snuff this season

What's up with snow removal this year? I've lived here going on 30 years now, and for better than 20 of those years my job has involved snow removal. I understand what it takes and a good system when I see it.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-01-21/snow-removal-not-up-to-sn
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Commitment to community should be applauded

...you to Kenai mayoral candidates Pat Porter and Bob Molloy, and council candidates Terry Bookey, Brian Gabriel and Mark Schrag, all of whom contributed to an important dialogue of how the city is to be governed and grow.While decisions made...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-10-24/commitment-to-community-should-be
Opinion
Kenai to explore options for rejected comp plan

...residents who rejected the document: "Why did you vote 'yes' to overturn it, and how can we fix that?," she said. Mark Schrag, the sponsor of ballot proposition no. one, the initiative that overruled the plan, said the city should recertify...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-10-05/kenai-to-explore-options-for-rejecte
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Kenai says no to comprehensive plan

...Kenai Proposition No. 1, which asked voters to repeal or keep the city's recently completed comprehensive plan. Mark Schrag, who ran for a Kenai council seat and lost, filed the referendum. Voters elected to repeal the plan by a 580 to 221...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-10-01/kenai-says-no-to-comprehensive-plan
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Q&A: Kenai council candidates share views

...more proactive in the Board of Fisheries process where these decisions and policies are made that affect all of us.Mark Schrag: The city is doing well at providing basic services. The water quality is much better and the city fund balances...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-09-24/qa-kenai-council-candidates-share
Opinion
Kenai voters decide fate of comprehensive plan

...on the city's recently completed comprehensive plan during the Oct. 1 municipal election.A referendum filed by Mark Schrag, who is running for one of the two city council seats, put Kenai Proposition No. 1 on the ballot. A "yes" vote...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-24/kenai-voters-decide-fate-of-comprehe
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Bookey, Gabriel, Schrag talk development, city priorities, goals

...of where the city should guide its business development.Terry Bookey and Brian Gabriel Sr., both incumbents, and Mark Schrag answered questions in an Aug. 20 Clarion interview about where the city should focus its business development, what...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-24/bookey-gabriel-schrag-talk-developme
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Plenty at stake on this fall's ballot

...will be voting for mayor - Pat Porter and Bob Molloy are running for that position. Three candidates, Terry Bookey, Mark Schrag and Brian Gabriel Sr. are running for two council seats. Voters also will decide four ballot propositions. Proposition...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2013-08-23/plenty-at-stake-on-this-falls-bal
Opinion
Kenai mayoral candidates talk development

...member, is competing with incumbent Pat Porter for mayor. Porter is completing her third three-year term as mayor. Mark Schrag, Terry Bookey and Brian Gabriel Sr. are competing for the two council seats. Schrag filed the ballot proposition...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-08-21/kenai-mayoral-candidates-talk-develo
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Kenai comp. plan approved

...said that is wrong. He said many roads are only partially paved, or not at all. Another MAPS subdivision resident, Mark Schrag, agreed.Boyle motioned also to add developing a public campground as a high priority to the plan.After the council...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-04-18/kenai-comp-plan-approved
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