Now that 2015 has arrived, some members of Kenai's city council are making plans for action. "I could go on and on about the things Kenai needs," said Kenai Mayor Pat Porter.
Mobile vendors have established a presence as a lucrative model in Soldotna. The city's planning and zoning department and the owners and operators of the migratory businesses have agreed the setup is mutually beneficial.
Soldotna's Planning and Zoning Commission has opposed modifying city code to allow for wider than 24-foot driveways within city limits, but this time around the choice...
...of debate, the city of Soldotna will be getting a new daycare. Following a second appeal to the city's Planning and Zoning Commission, Robyn Schneider was given permission to open an in-home daycare facility, to be called Schneider's...
After two months on the job, new Kenai City Planner Matt Kelley has gone from the California sun to the land of the midnight sun.
...situation with Soldotna resident Jerry Farrington, who was denied approval for a driveway expansion by the Planning and Zoning commission. The fastest way to remedy the issue was completed by council member Linda Murphy who submitted an ordinance...
Since the beginning of October Kenai police have left warnings to residents who park on the street overnight to make way for plow vehicles.
Soldotna resident Robyn Schneider has been trying to get a conditional use permit from the city to open a daycare facility since July 6. Throughout the process members from the public expressed extreme responses of both support and opposition.
The city of Soldotna is expediting the move to paperless politics.
Soldotna resident Jerry Farrington has been trying to add 6 feet to his driveway for more than two years.
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