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Building for the future: Construction begins on new Habitat home

...on how many volunteer hours are put in, he said. This year, amidst the business relocation on the Soldotna "Y," Peggy Mullen, owner of River City Books, let Habitat for Humanity take whatever salvageable materials they could use for this year's...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-07-07/a-much-needed-move-constructions-mov
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Unsung hero gets recognition

...activities in our area. Since its inception 18 years ago, Peggy Mullen has been a behind-the-scenes, tireless worker to...least three days during each festival. Thank you, Peggy Mullen, for your foresight in creating the Kenai River Festival...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/062708/let_255376359.shtml

...relocating, businesses in the Cornerstone Market Place found a way to recycle the very foundations of their old building. Peggy Mullen, owner of the business complex, will be leaving the doors open for volunteers at Central Peninsula Habitat for Humanity...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-07
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Developers make moves on "Y," shops look to relocate

...first in the new location.Unlike Chez Moi, some other businesses at the "Y" have yet to firm up relocation plans. Peggy Mullen, owner of River City Books, said the business owners haven't received notice that the sale of the property has been...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-02-11/developers-make-moves-on-y-shops-loo
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Collaboration can help address climate change

It is mid-January and the Kenai River has opened. I'm wondering whether the tiny salmon, with the egg sac still hanging from their bellies will emerge, too early, from the gravel bars upriver. People tell me their lilacs are preparing to unwrap the leaves and blossom buds they set last fall. Peony plants are dying in the field because of constant freeze/thaw. Sled dog races are at risk because of slush.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2014-01-30/collaboration-can-help-ad
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Salmon protection must be maintained

If salmon could vote with their fins, they would swim upstream to a voting booth on Tuesday. The borough assembly, after a long and often contentious process, recently voted to protect salmon in their spawning and rearing habitat by establishing a vegetated buffer along our waterways. Now that protection is in danger.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2013-09-26/salmon-protection-must-be
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Candidates file for Soldotna City Council seats

...vie for Seat E. Regina Daniels, who works for Davis Block & Concrete, is running unopposed for Seat D. Incumbents Peggy Mullen, Seat D; and Edward Sleater, Seat E; opted not to file applications to run in the election. Fisher, 28, plans...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/081910/new_697428621.shtml
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Almost a silent night: Soldotna council gets limited feedback on proposed ordinances

...council's Wednesday meeting. Both plans have been in the works for quite a while, said city manager Larry Semmens. Peggy Mullen, a Soldotna resident and business owner, spoke to the council about the Envision 2030 plan. "I see in there that...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/122410/new_761106801.shtml
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Council's decision disappoints resident

...council members wrapped around their little fingers, and even the cries for justice from city pioneers like Marge and Peggy Mullen, Katherine Parker, Barbara Jewell and former Soldotna mayor Bill Reeder couldn't move them to do the right thing...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052009/let_295454311.shtml
Fisher, Daniels win in Soldotna: Bonds for library expansion get voter approval

...officially begin their terms on Oct. 18, pending the council's approval of the elections. Incumbents Edward Sleater and Peggy Mullen will end their terms after the Oct. 13 council meeting. Fisher plans to go through the council's parliamentary procedures...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/100610/new_716607972.shtml
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