Thursday, January 9, 2014

Municipal Government 2014 -- City and Borough of Ketchikan Alaska

Our quick reference and archive of items from the Borough of Ketchikan, Alaska for 2014.

City of Ketchikan website
Borough of Ketchikan website

Items of Note 2014

April 8-- KPU starts chlormine water disnifection system
April 8-- School Board to vote on FY2015 Budget
April 8-- Assembly OKs increase to this year's schools budget
April 7-- KPU official responds to electric meter concerns
April 7-- Bad weather delays chloramine switch
April 4-- Chloramine petition review still under way
April 4-- Hospital expansion project enters Phase One
April 4-- Assembly to consider schools spending increase
April 4-- Police: Meth mailed to Ketchikan man
April 3-- Sealaska dividends include no corporate earnings
April 3-- Council to hear about KPU's new electric meters
April 2-- Anti-Choramine petition turned in at City Hall

March 31--  Regional tribes discuss Canada mine concerns
March 31-- What goes into Ketchikan school lunches?
March 28-- Rainforest Roller Girls skate to second bout
March 27-- New SEACC director targets transboundary mines
March 27-- School Board expresses frustration over borough funding
March 25-- School Board to review FY2015 budget
March 24-- Students spend spring break learning cedar bark weaving
March 21-- Bill would help fund two Southeast mines
March 21-- City Council votes in favour of chloramination
March 21-- Teens gather in Ketchikan for Distinguished Young Woman competition
March 20-- Southeast Tribes meet in Craig about Canadian mines
March 20-- Sewer maintenance measure moving forward
March 19-- Boro will require permits for Herring Cove tours
March 19-- City Council to decide chloramine start date
March 18-- Assembly nixes proposed Third Avenue rezone
March 17-- Prince Rupert Mayor touts economic opportunities
March 17-- Wolf trapping closes this week on Prince of Wales
March 14-- Anti-chloramine group trying to collect records
March 14-- Herring Cove, 3rd Ave. rezone on Boro agenda
March 13-- 3 year superintendent contract approved
March 13-- Search for missing boat owner suspended
March 13-- Deputy commissioner: Give SB21 a chance
March 12-- Barge comes aground, owner remains missing
March 11-- Council wants options for historical museum
March 11-- Superintendent's contract up for 3 year renewal
March 11-- Ketchikan-POW ferry aids seafood, retail, tourism
March 7-- Residents getting familiar with chloramine issue
March 6-- Dan Ortiz starting state House campaign
March 5-- 5 admins resign from KIC's education center
March 5-- Thorne Bay official tired of wireless outages
March 5-- City hopes to recover Duty Free demolition costs
March 5-- School District looking into 4 day school week
March 4-- Boro nixes water hookup for existing homes
March 3-- Anti-choramine group starts initiative process

February 28-- Assembly to consider Herring Cove permits
February 28-- Senate OK's medevac memberships
February 27-- Public comments on elementary music funding
February 26-- Kayhi auto shop teacher retiring after 14 years
February 26-- Infusion suite opens at Ketchikan hospital
February 25-- School Board to vote on principal contracts
February 25-- USFS needs Tongass committee members
February 25-- Taylor named District 17 Petty Officer of the Year
February 24-- KVB honours founding member Len Laurance
February 21-- Council OK's tax hike, grants for nonprofits
February 21-- Early childhood programs available in Ketchikan
February 20-- Nurses say adults need vaccinations, too
February 20-- HB75 would expand Pick.Click. Give.
February 19-- Borough Assembly nixes draft letter to Gov. Parnell
February 19-- Council to consider nonprofit grants; sales tax
February 18-- Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell makes campaign stop
February 18-- Kayhi debate team places second at state
February 14-- Borough Assembly to respond to Parnell's "threats"
February 14-- State DNR proposes land sale near Thorne Bay
February 13-- School Board OK's new technology, Ketchikan wins Edgenuity prize
February 12-- Superintendent gives State of the Schools Address
February 7-- Local, state officials respond to Parnell
February 7-- City Council approves 8% water rate increase
February 7-- Water main breaks on Tongass Avenue
February 6-- Parnell warns of lawsuit repercussions
February 5-- Group opposes city's plan for chloramine disinfection
February 5-- City Council to vote on half-percent tax hike
February 5-- Ketchikan assessment notices in the mail
February 4-- Assembly objects to DOT ideas for Herring Cove

January 31-- Ordinance would require S. Tongass water hookup
January 21-- Lawsuit funding approved by a narrow margin
January 17-- Seasonal tax repealed; SSRAA eyes hatchery
January 17-- Assembly files lawsuit, gets Fairbank support
January 15-- Sales taxes, fish hatchery on Council agenda
January 10-- Council to reconsider seasonal sales tax increases
January 10-- City Council debates sales tax increase
January 9--  State of the borough is 'pretty good'
January 8-- Council to pick new member, hire KPU head
January 8-- Assembly to discuss boro policies in 2-day meeting

Archives from 2012 and 2013 can be found here.

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