The guy at the helm wasn't the only one asleep at the wheel when the Exxon Valdez "fetched up hard aground" on Bligh Reef 25 years ago.
Last year the Parnell administration threw a bomb that could blow up all your rights and protections under our State Constitution. The State House passed Parnell's HB 77, "The Silencing Alaskans Act.
...eager to work you to make it happen. They each bring skills and expertise now lacking on the board. They feel that by working together we can make decisions that will serve us and our children well in the coming decades. Mike O'Meara Homer
...about that, think about this. When it comes to climate change, scientists liken arctic people to the fabled miner?s canary. It?ll be your family?s turn on the climate change hot seat next. Mike O?Meara Homer
...what you think before all the policies have been decided and all decisions are made. Information on meetings and issues is available on the HEA website at http://www.homerelectric.com/. Mike O'Meara, Spokesman HEA Members Forum
...any other beluga. "They've been separated from all other belugas in Alaska since the last ice age," he said. Mike O'Meara, a founding board member of conservationist group Cook Inletkeeper, said that the weakening beluga population could...
...community meeting attendees. Now it's up to all HEA members to require frank and open examination of the potential risks and benefits of such an enormous change well before we are asked to vote. Mike O'Meara HEA Members Forum Spokesman
...coal. Or at least someone who will demand that any coal generating facility run by HEA employs the best available pollution abatement systems, including effective CO2 sequestration technology. Mike O?Meara Homer
Ballots for the Homer Electric Association Board of Directors election were mailed to HEA members on April 1. Please don't throw yours in the trash. Decisions made by the HEA Board determine much more than our electric rates.
Don't be a chump. Vote yes on ballot measure 2 on August 28. In territorial days carpetbaggers from outside ripped off our resources and took the profits south. Alaskans had little say in who got the fish, trees, oil and minerals or how they were managed. The Feds decided. The Feds and their rich, lower 48 patrons.
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