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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...
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...
Commitment to community should be applauded 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...
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...
Zoning, wood burning requests come before council

...last week, petitioning the governing body to make some changes to the city's residential zoning. Colleen Ward and Mark Schrag, residents from the MAPS subdivision, asked the council to realign the city's land use table to meet with the comprehensive...
Kenai comp plan challenged

...recent approval of that plan."Let's put it on the ballot and see if it's just a core group of people," said Mark Schrag, a resident of the MAPS subdivision who spearheaded the petition.Since the plan's inception, residents of the...
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...
Kenai residents request land-use changes

...single-or-dual-family dwelling. And that's just how the neighbors want it. "This is not a sweeping change," said Kenai resident Mark Schrag. "It's just going back to what it was." Schrag and others say the proposed changes would restore their neighborhoods...
Kenai adopts sustainability resolution

...riled up last winter and ultimately caused the city council to facilitate a town hall meeting for residents in May. Mark Schrag, Kenai resident who attended the town hall meeting, showed up to council chambers Wednesday to show his support too...
Dual office not an issue

...general public's either. I am tired of being marginalized by people and entities I have supported in the past. You marginalize enough of your little supporters and your foundation will crumble. Cancel my subscription. Mark Schrag, Kenai


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