Soldotna City Council swore in two newly appointed council members in addition to its two new elected members and one re-elected member at its Wednesday night meeting. The council appointed Linda Murphy to Seat C and Paul Whitney to Seat A. Following the swearing in of elected seat holders Keith Baxter and Meggean Bos and re-elected member Regina Daniels, who was also sworn in as vice mayor, council interviewed four applicants, Murphy, Whitney, Tom Janz and Dave Carey for the two seats.
The Soldotna City Council will interview applicants for two seats at its Wednesday meeting. Four Soldotna residents, Dave Carey, Tom Janz, Linda Murphy and Paul Whitney, have applied for the Seats A and C.
...based my decision on somebody new, and somebody who might offer a fresh perspective," she said about voting for Soldotna council members. The two newcomers may bring that new outlook. "I've very excited to bring about a fresh face to the...
Soldotna City Council met Wednesday night and discussed the Soldotna Sports Center and the capital improvement plan for funding requests and appropriated funding for purchases and projects. Council unanimously approved both ordinances on the agenda. The first ordinance increased funding for the airport apron expansion project. Funds are increasing by a total of $213,887. A Federal Aviation Administration grant will provide $200,519. A state grant and the city's general fund will each provide $6,684 in additional funds.
Soldotna City Council unanimously passed every action item on Wednesday's agenda. The council voted on amending municipal code, making an exception to an employment term and entering multiple construction contracts.
...retired government teacher, has previously served as a Soldotna council member, Soldotna mayor and Kenai Peninsula Borough...points of view," Baxter said.Daniels has been a Soldotna council member since 2010. She has lived in Alaska for 39...
At Wednesday's Soldotna City Council meeting, the council discussed the possibility of selling some city-owned property.
The Soldotna City Council passed its Fiscal Year 2014 budget at Wednesday night's meeting. The operating budget, which goes into effect on July 1, estimates total operating revenues for Soldotna to be $13,174,787, with $7.
...unanimously passed two resolutions at Wednesday night's meeting. The first resolution was the dedication of the Soldotna Council Chamber in memory of Patricia Burdick. Burdick served as the Soldotna city clerk for 25 years, from 1978 to 2003...
The Soldotna City Council discussed capital budget-related projects Wednesday during a special work session.
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