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Q&A: Home rule a key issue for Soldotna candidates

...believe that there may come a day that relocation becomes necessary. We need to be prepared for that eventuality.Paul Whitney, Seat A: Currently the most important issue facing the City of Soldotna is the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/2014-10-05/qa-home-rule-a-key-issue-for-sold
Opinion
Soldotna mayor, council members run uncontested

...transformation of the city from general law into home rule. Soldotna Mayor Nels Anderson is rerunning alongside council members Paul Whitney, Meggean Bos, Linda Murphy and Pete Sprague. Moving to home rule Murphy said the city is ready to move to home rule...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-05/same-face-same-place-soldotna-incumb
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Soldotna council takes up home rule issue

...on whether or not to allocate the $5,000 at the next meeting on Oct. 29.Council member Sprague, Meggean Bos, Paul Whitney, Linda Murphy and city mayor Nels Anderson were also sworn in at Wednesday's meeting after the council voted in favor...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-15/soldotna-council-takes-up-home-rule-
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Soldotna voters reject city ballot proposition

...will fill their seats for the next term. The four candidates running for city council, Linda Murphy, Pete Sprague, Paul Whitney and Meggean Bos were re-elected all with about 97 percent of the votes. Mayor Nels Anderson captured 94 percent of...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-10-08
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Fall ballots finalized

...has unopposed incumbents for the mayor and the four open city council spots. Mayor Nels Anderson and council members Paul Whitney, Megan Bos, Linda Murphy and Pete Sprague all filed for their current seats. The City of Kenai has four candidates...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-18/local-municipal-candidates-finalized
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Fall ballots finalized

...has unopposed incumbents for the mayor and the four open city council spots. Mayor Nels Anderson and council members Paul Whitney, Meggean Bos, Linda Murphy and Pete Sprague all filed for their current seats. The City of Kenai has four candidates...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-18/local-municipal-candidates-finalized
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4 vie for Soldotna council seats

...residents, Dave Carey, Tom Janz, Linda Murphy and Paul Whitney, have applied for the Seats A and C.Carey, a former...projects, particularly with Binkley Street construction.Paul Whitney also ran in the October election against Keith Baxter...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-10-21/4-vie-for-soldotna-council-seats
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Soldotna council approves information for voters

...will also then be exempt from the requirements of the Alaska Public Official Financial Disclosure Law. Council members Paul Whitney and Pete Sprague suggested various revisions to language in the document, and the council unanimously voted in favor...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-08-13/soldotna-council-approves-informatio
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Soldotna opts not to buy Birch Ridge Golf Course

...haven't looked at," said Dixson, facing Pat Cowan and a few supporters who remained until the end of the meeting. Paul Whitney, who voted against the resolution, said it was a tough decision for him as part of organizations that supported the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-23/soldotna-opts-not-to-buy-birch-ridge
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Why Soldotna opted not to buy Birch Ridge

...session, community supporters of the purchase immediately flooded the council meeting room, filling it to capacity. Paul Whitney, who voted against the resolution, said it was a tough decision for him as he knowsmany supporters and belongs to...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-04-24/why-city-opted-not-to-buy-birch-ridg
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