After six months of debate, the city of Soldotna will be getting a new daycare.
With regular elections over, the city of Soldotna is wasting no time in adopting policy that facilitates the process of moving from general law to a home rule city.
At the Soldotna City Council meeting Wednesday, council members reviewed the ballot summary statement for the city's Proposition No. 1, which will appear in the Kenai Peninsula voter pamphlet for regular elections this fall. If approved by voters, Proposition No. 1 will require the city to establish and adopt financial disclosure forms and guidelines for city municipal officials and candidates, who will also then be exempt from the requirements of the Alaska Public Official Financial Disclosure Law.
The Soldotna City Council talked city codes at its Wednesday night meeting. Of the two ordinances up for public hearing, the council postponed one and adopted the other. A third code-related ordinance was introduced on the consent agenda.
Soldotna council member Keith Baxter is introducing an ordinance on the council's Wednesday consent agenda to amend a section of Soldotna's...
With a handfull of community supporters watching, the Soldotna City Council voted to allocate $50,000 of the city budget toward keeping the Skyview pool open. Residents and council members will have the opportunity at an upcoming council meeting to discuss the funds in depth.
...said. It also makes it easier for voters who turn in ballots for state, borough and city elections, Murphy said.Soldotna council member Pete Sprague said any alterations that encourage more community members to come out and vote is a good thing...
After listening to public testimony from three residents and discussing the project, the Soldotna City Council voted down resolution to form a special assessment district for Lord Baranof Street at its Wednesday night meeting.
...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.
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