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Two contested races for Soldotna council; mayoral candidate to run unopposed

Four people have filed for two seats on the Soldotna City Council and one for the remainder of the city mayor's term.
Soldotna loses, regains mayor

...his request to the council, Anderson wanted to resign and be reappointed with a term set to expire in October so a mayoral candidate could be selected during the regular elections, thus saving the city the cost of holding a special election. Council...
Borough mayoral candidates speak to issues

1. What is the most important duty of the borough mayor? What will be your approach to that job? Tom Bearup: It is very important to listen and respect the opinions of the people.
Hospital seem to be well managed now

One of the Borough Mayoral Candidates seems to have it in for our hospital here in Soldotna and if elected he wants to make some changes. It could be a vendetta or...
Seniors respond to exemption vote

...He has staked out his position on seniors in the upcoming election. Seniors look forward to seeing how other mayoral candidates view the seniors of the KPB. The vote tally and more commentary can be found at Thank you...
Commitment to community should be applauded

...Whitney, Murphy and Carey, who were unsuccessful at the polls on election day.Likewise, thank you to Kenai mayoral candidates Pat Porter and Bob Molloy, and council candidates Terry Bookey, Brian Gabriel and Mark Schrag, all of whom contributed...
Q&A: Kenai mayoral candidates share vision of city

Molloy and Porter compete for Kenai Mayor

Both Kenai mayoral candidates agree that Kenai has a city center, but each have a different definition. Bob Molloy, who is running against incumbent Pat Porter...
Kenai mayoral candidates talk development

In Kenai's October election, two candidates are running for mayor and three are running for two open seats on the city council. Bob Molloy, a nearly eight-year running city council member, is competing with incumbent Pat Porter for mayor.
Term limit vote delayed

...Regardless of which side you're on on this issue, this is not the right process."Fred Sturman, a recent mayoral candidate and one of those behind the term limits initiatives in the last 15 years, encouraged the assembly to do as the people...


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