Tuesday, January 1, 2019

Municipal Government 2019 -- City and Borough of Ketchikan, Alaska

Our quick reference and archive of items from the Borough of Ketchikan, an surrounding areas of Southeast Alaska for 2019.

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Items of Note 2019


December 23 -- Ketchikan's heavy-load airport ferry breaks down, passenger service to continue as scheduled
December 20 -- Property taxes, electric rates, sales tax cap to rise next year as 2020 city budget passes
December 18 -- Ketchikan city budget up for final vote Thursday
December 17 -- Assembly declines to protest Saxman liquor license,  approves tone-down Unuk resolution
December 17 -- Underwater rock blasting gets underway near Ketchikan's Berth II
December 16 -- Still no sign of an Alaska Marine Highway System return for Prince Rupert  NCR
December 16 -- Despite recent drought, southern Southeast's wholesale power provider won't raise rates - yet
December 13 -- Saxman's first liquor license on borough assembly agenda
December 12 -- Ketchikan's school board agrees to give tribal leaders input on hiring
December 10 -- School Board to consider giving tribal leaders input in hiring process
December 10 -- Longtime city council member and former Mayor Lew Williams resigns
December 9 -- State troopers' plan to move dispatch to Anchorage draws criticism from Ketchikan borough
December 6 -- Fire house to see another live auction
December 5 -- PeaceHealth announces interim Ketchikan Medical Centre administrator
December 4 -- Council to consider KPU budget transfer and engineering contract
December 3 -- Assembly reject pot regulation proposal, asks state to hold land auction
December 3 -- Freysinger to step down as head of PeachHealth Ketchikan


November 28 -- Fate of Alaska Marine Highway Service to Prince Rupert for State of Alaska to announce  NCR
November 27 -- Marijuana business rules to be considered by assembly
November 27 -- Paxton named Clerk of the Year
November 26 -- Borough assembly says no to proposed Ward Cove gun range
November 26 -- Council supports Roadless Rule rollback, discusses annexation and water filtration
November 25 -- Heavy rains prompt flooding concerns less than month after drought ends
November 22 -- Assembly to consider transboundary mining resolution, rezones, KVB grant Monday
November 22 -- Ketchikan City Council to discuss supporting full Roadless Rule exemption Monday
November 15 -- Bacteria levels high at Ketchikan beaches, shellfish harvest sites this summer
November 14 -- School board approves sports fund transfers, Siemens contract
November 14 -- 'Governor's going to have a fight': Pioneer Home resident suing state
November 12 -- School board to discuss Siemens contract, activity fund deficits Wednesday
November 12 -- Rains erase last of 'severe drought' in Southeast as conditions improve statewide
November 8 -- Council recommends keeping 2 deer limit for non-subsistence hunters on POW
November 7 -- Saxman City Council does not protest liquor license application
November 7 -- Assembly advances sales tax plan, considers rezones
November 6 -- Forest Service sees resistance to Roadless Rule rollback at Ketchikan meeting
November 6 -- Reginald Atkinson wins Metlakatla mayor's race
November 6 -- Council to discus water filtration in jam-packed meeting Thursday
November 4 -- Metlakatla to hold general elections Tuesday
November 4 -- Forest Service to hold meetings on Tongass Roadless Rule rollback in southern Southeast
November 1 -- Coast Guard: proposed Ward Cove dock wouldn't impede marine traffic
November 1 -- Borough assembly to consider collaboration to collect online sales taxes


October 29 -- Cape Fox liquor license application draws criticism in Saxman
October 25 -- AMHS set to tie up Malaspina, with future of 56 year old vessel still to be determined NCR
October 24 -- No bids on fire station in live auction
October 24 -- School Board discusses agreement with KIC
October 23 -- City to continue efforts fo purchase Bar Harbor restaurant
October 23 -- Assembly approves Knudson Cove rezone, introduces gun range regulations
October 23 -- Fire house auction set for Thursday
October 23 -- Regional hatchery operator may consider allocation changes
October 22 -- School board to discuss health insurance recommendations Wednesday
October 21 -- How much longer can Ketchikan enjoy unfiltered drinking water?
October 21 -- Army Corps declines to hold public hearing on Ward Cove megaship dock permit
October 17 -- Assembly to consider Knudson Cove rezone, gun range zoning rules
October 17 -- Mayor Brain confirms City's RCMP commitment to short term return of AMHS vessels  NCR
October 16 -- City Council to consider purchase of Bar Harbor restaurant Thursday
October 16 -- Has Prince Rupert picked up the security tab for two AMHS sailings of October and November? NCR
October 11 -- Ketchikan's city Council approves final port RFP
October 10 -- School Board passes three policy changes, elects new officers
October 9 -- City Council to discuss port RFP at special October 10 meeting
October 9 -- POW, Metlakatla election results finalized
October 8 -- Rezone proposal prompts questions over commercialization of Knudson Cove
October 4 -- Ketchikan City Council approves Ward Cove study, WISH grant application
October 4 -- Borough assembly to hear comments on rezone near Knudson Cove
October 3 -- Ketchikan voter turnout at 26% for October 1 election
October 3 -- Ketchikan voters approve bond plan for funding of fibre cable to Prince Rupert  NCR
October 3 -- City Council to consider study on Ward Cove dock's impacts Thursday
October 2 -- Unofficial POW results: O'Connor re-elected as Craig Mayor, Thorne Bay race too close to call
October 2 -- Dial elected mayor, 'cannabis cafes' get green light
October 2 -- Municipal election day is today
October 1 -- Ketchikan's Fibre Optic hopes to be part of today's municipal election vote  NCR


September 30 -- Key candidates, propositions on October 1 ballot
September 30 -- Last ferry leaves Ketchikan for Prince Rupert
September 27 -- City Council hikes tax cap, port fees; school board approves phone policy
September 27 -- Borough mayoral candidates sound off during chamber forum
September 26 -- Many Ketchikan residents want public hearing on Ward Cove Dock
September 25 -- Assembly candidates discuss energy, housing in KRBD forum
September 24 -- Borough mayor candidates discuss tourism, education, budget
September 23 -- Ketchikan debates 'cannabis cafes' as October 1 election nears
September 23 -- Borough Assembly candidates discuss challenges and opportunities
September 20 -- EPA, DEC share concerns about Ward Cove dock's environmental consequences
September 19 -- Mayor's update on Alaska Ferry offers few details on three stage plan to address Alaska concerns  NCR
September 19 -- School board discusses PEAKS scores, delays cell phone policy, superintendent search
September 19 -- Mayor Brain's Ferry quest reportedly comes up short following meeting with Alaska Transportation Director  NCR
September 19 -- Ketchikan mayor, council concerned over Ward Cove project
September 18 -- KPU wants to build an $11.5 million undersea fiber cable - without raising rates
September 18 -- Even more cruise ships are coming to Alaska in 2020
September 18 -- Mayor Brain in Alaska for Southeast Conference to discuss AMHS options among agenda items  NCR
September 17 -- Borough assembly pleads with state, feds to restore Prince Rupert ferry link
September 17 -- School board to consider cell phone use policy, superintendent search
September 16 -- Mayor's journey north will feature notes on Alaska Ferry Solutions and relations with Alaska cities and towns   NCR
September 13 -- City Council candidates face off in two forums
September 13 -- Prince Rupert delegation to lobby to keep BC Ferry link with Alaska
September 12 -- Ketchikan Gateway Borough Mayor fights for local funding from feds
September 12 -- As Alaska representative Dan Ortiz visits Prince Rupert; MLA Rice, MP Cullen speak to pending end of Alaska Ferry service to Prince Rupert  NCR
September 11 -- School board candidates face off in KRBD forum
September 10 -- Ketchikan's School board moves meeting to next week
September 6 -- City Council raises port fees, sales tax cap, awards contract for pinnacle removal
September 6 -- Candidates discuss education funding and abuse prevention at forum
September 6 -- Prince Rupert Mayor to travel to Alaska in quest of AMHS service closure reversal  NCR
September 5 -- Prince Rupert ferry cancellation shocks community
September 4 -- Ketchikan City Council to consider port fee hike
September 4 -- Alaska says it can't meet Homeland Security mandate, will cut ferries to Canada
September 3 -- Ketchikan assembly approves policy, capital priorities


August 30 -- Agencies scrutinize Ward Cove's cruise dock renaissance
August 30 -- Resolutions for state issues on Ketchikan assembly agenda
August 29 -- School Board delays policy revisions
August 28 -- Ketchikan Council OKs moving forward with draft port RFP
August 28 -- Study looks at housing situation in Ketchikan
August 27 -- Educators participate in active shooter drills
August 27 -- School board to consider student cell phone use policy
August 27 -- Ketchikan council to talk again about port development
August 26 -- Two file for Ketchikan municipal office on final day
August 23 -- Additional candidates file for borough office
August 23 -- Ketchikan City Council OKs compensation plan update
August 21 -- Ketchikan council to discuss compensation plan update
August 21 -- SEAPA kicks off wind energy study in Ketchikan
August 20 -- Tabb adds name to list of school board candidates
August 19 -- Ketchikan assembly delays vote on gun range rezone
August 16 -- Two more file to run for school board
August 16 -- Governor Dunleavy postpones budget signing, support for two more vetoed programs
August 16 -- Assembly to consider rezone for firearm business
August 15 -- Murkowski now supports a 'complete exemption' for Tongass from Roadless Rule
August 15 -- Council postpones decision on downtown port RFP
August 15 -- Becker files for school board
August 15 -- Sitka Assembly takes no action on police investigation
August 15 -- School board approves policy revisions
August 15 -- New totem pole raised in Metlakatla
August 15 -- Metlakatla celebrates 132nd Founders' Day
August 14 -- Familiar faces among applicants for city admin job
August 14 -- Murkowski talks healthcare, energy and natural resources at Chamber lunch
August 14 -- Council to discuss port RFP, water main bond prop
August 13 -- Veto blocks cruise funding for Marine Exchange
August 13 -- School Board to approve complaint policy revisions/new hires
August 12 -- Clark honored for two decades of service
August 9 -- Second candidate files for borough mayor
August 8 -- Only 2% of Alaska cruise passengers will visit Wrangell in 2018. And the town is fine with that
August 6 -- Committee in Sitka trims police hiring request by half
August 6 -- Petersburg pool and gym rolls out age limit for unaccompanied minors
August 6 -- Ketchikan council moving forward with port RFP
August 6 -- More candidates file for Ketchikan elected office
August 5 -- Borough moves forward with tax-cap increase
August 5 -- Two new candidates file for local office
August 2 -- Second candidate files for local office
August 2 -- Sitkans join statewide recall efforts
August 2 -- Rezone to allow small home development in up for second reading
August 2 -- Settlement possible in Sitka police whistleblower suit
August 2 -- As filing closes, it's a six way race for Sitka Assembly
August 2 -- Council moves forward with RFP, schedules executive session
August 2 -- Voters to consider plastic bag ban this fall
August 2 -- Many rural communities left out of recall process, for now
August 2 -- Judge dismisses wrongful death case against Petersburg borough
August 2 -- Petersburg officials look at changes to curbside recycling program
August 1 -- Across coastal Alaska, Recall Dunleavy campaign gets underway
August 1 -- Filing period for Ketchikan municipal office open
August 1 -- Knox files to run for second assembly term


July 31 -- Recall Dunleavy group prepares for petition process
July 31 -- Dunleavy administration seeks overhaul of Alaska's cruise ship program
July 31 -- Loss of winter service 'unacceptable' to coastal communities
July 31 -- Council to discuss RFP for Port development partnership
July 30 -- Ward Cove Group open house for private cruise dock
July 30 -- Budget uncertainty could make it harder for the elderly to access medical care
July 30 -- Platson joins race for Sitka Assembly
July 29 -- As ferry strike continues, Angoon must find alternatives
July 29 -- Metlakatla copes with ferry system strike
July 26 -- Former Assembly member throws hat in ring, again
July 26  -- Ward Cove Open house to discuss project
July 25 -- Petersburg officials bemoan reports of cruise waste dumping
July 25 -- Council discusses port facility options, RFP
July 24 -- Sitka hones in on water treatment plant location
July 24 -- Assembly candidate says transportation, rehab services top priorities
July 24 -- Petersburg police to end round the clock coverage
July 24 -- Economics of marijuana in Ketchikan
July 23 -- Work session planned to discuss port development
July 23 -- Lightning strike takes out power throughout Ketchikan
July 23 -- Some plan to run for re-election on Petersburg assembly
July 22 -- Assembly OKs water, sewer borrowing ballot question in first reading
July 23 -- What's happening at tonight's Sitka Assembly meeting?
July 22 -- Proposed development would be first of its kind in Ketchikan
July 19 -- Rezone would allow small houses, condos on South End
July 19 -- Petersburg Assembly votes against filling public safety jobs
July 18 -- Ketchikan City Council discusses port changes
July 17 -- 'Tobacco 21' resolution on Ketchikan City Council Agenda
July 16 -- Special City Council meeting focused on compensation plan
July 16 -- Budget vetoes disrupt overdue Angoon harbor repairs
July 15 -- Museum celebrates Diving Whale Robe
July 12 -- Bears try to move in, Angoon sets boundaries
July 12 -- Water main break creates sinkhole on Schoenbar Road
July 11 -- City Council moves forward with port RFP and Local option
July 10 -- Sitka approves emergency repairs for downtown water main
July 9 -- Ortiz hosts teleconference about budget vetoes
July 9 -- Paperwork available for local elected office
July 8 -- Ketchikan council moves forward with e-scooter limits
July 8 -- Ketchikan LGBTQ members hope to maintain safe spaces
July 8 -- Ketchikan council to discuss pinnacle removal, new flag
July 2 -- Ketchikan voters to decide tobacco tax extension
July 2 -- Some restrictions for Fourth fireworks in Ketchikan
July 1 -- DOT cuts ribbon on three year Water Street rebuild


June 28 -- Two tobacco motions in front of Ketchikan assembly
June 27 -- Stedman discusses special session, PFD and more
June 26 -- Full house for public forum on future of cruise tourism
June 26 -- HSS Commissioner address plans to combat opioid abuse
June 25 -- Health and Social Services Commissioner talks Medicaid changes
June 24 -- Public forum to gather input on port and tourism management
June 21 -- Alaska considers $10 million loan fund to prop up Ketchikan's shipyard
June 20 -- Food trucks, recycling, more discussed by Ketchikan council
June 19 -- Rented backup diesel generators likely needed through fall
June 17 -- First step to form a new Ketchikan service area approved
June 14 -- Ketchikan marks first visits for two new mega ships
June 14 -- PeaceHealth public forum comments cover the good and the bad
June 14 -- Tobacco tax extension on Ketchikan assembly agenda
June 12 -- Chamber meeting discusses future of ferry system
June 11 -- Ward Cove Group announces plans for private cruise dock
June 10 -- Vigor explores local shipyard opportunities
June 7 -- Ketchikan council nixes property tax increase
June 5 -- City compensation plan update completed
June 3 -- Assembly honours first responders
June 3 -- Queen Elizabeth makes first stop in Ketchikan


May 31 -- KPU seeks easement for under sea-fiber optic cable
May 17 -- Assembly to approve budget Monday night
May 16 -- City of Ketchikan to explore private port partnership
May 16 -- Sitka Assembly calls for cuts to city travel, electric fund
May 16 -- Residents step up to help victims, their families
May 15 -- City looks to potential private cruise dock investment
May 14 -- What's happening at tonight's Sitka Assembly meeting
May 13 -- Sitka's downtown post office closes abruptly over weekend
May 10 -- State's downtown road work in the home stretch
May 10 -- Research team scouts locations for Sitka landslide warning system
May 9 -- Williams appointed to vacant Ketchikan council seat
May 9 -- Petersburg assembly starts changes to draft budget
May 8 -- Williams, Strassburg apply for vacant Ketchikan council seat
May 7 -- Petersburg assembly advances new fireworks fines
May 7 -- Petersburg residents come out agains privatizing public library
May 6 -- Ketchikan Assembly introduces borough, school district budgets
May 3 -- Assembly to consider borough, school district budgets
May 3 -- Without an investor, Sitka pulls (drain) plug on bulk water sales
May 3 -- Salmon hatchery to lose free water deal, will 'pay at the pump'
May 3 -- Sitka Assembly approves $7M, flat funding for schools
May 2 -- Dock owner urges Sitka to brace for mega-ships
May 2 -- Icy Point to add megaship dock as Hoonah readies for hundreds of thousands of cruise visitors
May 2 -- Despite low business confidence, Sitka's economy trends up
May 2 -- Council to consider on-site consumption ballot question
May 2 -- Ketchikan Community Foundation plans 2019 awards ceremony
May 2 -- Ketchikan Council to discuss future of downtown dock


April 30 -- Sitka Assembly calls for city hiring freeze
April 30 -- Ketchikan City Council to discuss cannabis, tobacco
April 25 -- Sitka Assembly holds FY2020 budget meeting
April 25 -- Assembly approves PAC agreement, pinches pennies on planner
April 25 -- Electricity conversation still urged to refill Southeast hydro lakes
April 24 -- Survey: Southeast businesses pan Dunleavy budget priorities
April 24 -- Previously unknown issues delay downtown roadwork
April 24 -- Assembly reverse condemnation, paves way for sale of utility dock
April 23 -- Council moves forward with selling old fire station
April 23 -- SEAPA plans to pay out $841,000 to Wrangell and Petersburg
April 22 -- Sitka health providers dismayed by state budget cuts
April 19 -- Library column settling needs repair work
April 19 -- Sitka nonprofits fear economic, social setbacks of deep state budget cuts
April 18 -- Assembly starts borough budget discussion
April 18 -- Assembly sends another letter for Tongass timber sale information
April 18 -- Southeast Alaska pilots raise concerns over Royal Princess megaship
April 17 -- Comment period open for Margaret Creek project
April 17 -- 'We can't let this happen': Budget cuts threaten Sitka's education institutions
April 17 -- Sitka administrator evaluation turns to debate over termination
April 16 -- Assembly hears update on state Gravina access project
April 16 -- Retired Petersburg Fire Chief honoured for 50 years with volunteers
April 16 -- Assembly approves sale of Sitka Community Hospital
April 16 -- Petersburg Fire Department asks to fill medical coordinator position
April 15 -- State ferry reshaping study stalls as coastal lawmakers remain skeptical
April 15 -- Staffing shortage, maintenance work mean closures at gym, pool
April 12 -- Rep. Young speaks to Ketchikan Chamber
April 12 -- District spending increase on Borough Assembly agenda
April 12 -- Sitka Assembly holds off on hiring investigator, planning director
April 12 -- Proposed borough budget would increase spending
April 11 -- Planning commission to vote on change on zoning code next month
April 9 -- Governor: Big cuts needed for long term fiscal health
April 9 -- Assembly meeting rescheduled due to lack of quorum
April 8 -- Governor presents arguments for big budget cuts
April 8 -- Sitka Assembly, school board grapple with question of funding
April 5 -- Governor Dunleavy plans Ketchikan visit
April 5 -- Amazon's collecting sales tax now, will Alaska cities see that money?
April 4 -- Petersburg borough: No response from Forest Service on timber sale questions
April 4 -- EPA to exempt rural Alaska from some air quality rules for diesel power
April 4 -- Consultant recommends repairs, upgrades for Petersburg's cheapest power source
April 4 -- Council moves forward with sale of Carianna Lot - for $500
April 4 -- AP & T encouraging electric vehicle purchase
April 3 -- Developer wants to buy city-owned Carianna lot for $500
April 2 -- Ketchikan City Council, PeaceHealth Board meet
April 2 -- Petersburg assembly seeks recommendation on new fireworks law
April 1 -- Gravina rezone delayed, planning process to start


March 29 -- Ketchikan School District ponders budget-building options
March 29 -- Resolution opposing governor's budget approved by all local elected bodies
March 29 -- Sitka Assembly earmarks $35,000 for SPD investigation
March 29 -- Petersburg Planning Commission looks to relax some restrictions in new zoning code
March 29 -- Various expenses, Gravina rezone up for Assembly votes
March 29 -- Ketchikan seeks power relief from SEAPA
March 28 -- Rural residents testify against state budget cuts
March 28 -- Embattled Sitka Police Department needs new, modern building, leaders say
March 28 -- Board welcomes Kanayama kids, honors NYO and cheer teams
March 27 -- Petersburg, Wrangell back on hydro power
March 27 -- Area lakes gaining some water, but still low
March 26 -- 'We can't do this': Sitkans oppose Governor Dunleavy's budget plans 
March 26 -- Senior sales tax card numbers down with new fee
March 25 -- Cruise season stops increase for Petersburg in 2019
March 23 -- More than 50 speakers address state budget cuts
March 22 -- Council delays vote on removing jewelry tax cap
March 22 -- Legislators prep for finance town hall in Sitka
March 22 -- Public reacts to release of hospital sale agreement
March 22 -- Hydro lake levels rebound, but not much
March 21 -- Citing drought, KPU to rent more diesel generators
March 15 -- Borough plans to increase airport parking fees
March 15 -- A pipedream turns to costly nightmare, as Sitka's bulk water system is found unsafe
March 14 -- Sitka school board, assembly, and mayor open dialog on deep cuts to state funding next year
March 14 -- Employment suit filed against City of Wrangell
March 14 -- Property owners unhappy with Petersburg zoning changes
March 13 -- Ketchikan borough repeals Herring Cove program
March 12 -- Corrosive environment leaves wastewater plant needing revamp
March 12 -- Mayor and staff give update on the state of the city
March 11 -- Assembly moves ahead with Gravina rezone
March 8 -- Ketchikan assembly to vote on state budget resolution
March 8 -- Most rail against proposed state spending cuts at Petersburg meeting
March 8 -- Blocked POW road re-opens
March 7 -- Drought could have longer term impacts for SE hydro reservoirs
March 7 -- Citing diesel surcharge, council delays electric rate hike
March 7 -- Community connections starts endowment fund
March 6 -- STA seeks Sitka City's support on herring
March 6 -- Manager's raise in front of Ketchikan City Council
March 5 -- Assembly election change may go on the ballot
March 5 -- Company arrives for filming with  Petersburg police force
March 5 -- Third lawsuit filed against Sitka Police Department
March 4 -- Cut PFD before cutting services, say some Sitkans
March 4 -- STA requests state Supreme Court reversal on injunction  denial
March 1 --  Petersburg plans town hall meeting on state budget

February 28 -- Ketchikan urged to conserve electricity use
February 28 -- Assembly to consider outside investigation of Sitka police department
February 27 -- Assembly election change passes first vote
February 27 -- JKT urges Sitkans to join override battle against governor's 'apocalyptic' budget
February 27 -- No relief in short term for Southeast hydro reservoirs
February 26 -- Cleanup underway for Prince of Wales landslide
February 26 -- Petersburg starts round the clock diesel burn
February 26 -- Assembly to discuss Sitka Police Department practices, procedures
February 22 -- Ketchikan chamber audience opposes big cuts to state services
February 21 -- Hospital lease consulting contract delayed again
February 15 -- Ketchikan Assembly to discuss revenue options
February 14 -- Kreiss-Tomkins: proposed budget could cause 'economic shock' 
February 13 -- Southeast reacts to governor's proposed ferry cuts
February 13 -- Assembly takes step toward hatchery water deal
February 13 -- SEAPA asks Wrangell and Petersburg to conserve hydropower
February 11 -- State funding cuts likely to affect borough
February 6 -- Ketchikan Council to consider sale
February 6 -- Petersburg Assembly waits on state budget, PPD job unfilled
February 6 -- Petersburg Medical Centre funded for master plan
February 5 -- Assembly approves 'live health' program, moves forward with Herring Cove ordinance
February 5 -- Online purchases may have Petersburg sales tax
February 4 -- Assembly directs staff to budget 3 percent cut to enterprise funds
February 4 -- Ketchikan City Sales Tax Again breaks record
February 4 -- Petersburg to continue with local land swap talks
February 1 -- Borough seeks incentive for bus drivers to stay on the job
February 1 -- Amazon starts collecting local sales tax
February 1 -- Petersburg assembly to consider next step for local land swap


January 31 -- Sitka Assembly hears three options for hospital sale
January 31 -- Amazon now collecting sales tax on orders to Wrangell
January 31 -- 2020 Census starting prep work now
January 30 -- Chamber recognizes Meck as Citizen of the Year
January 29 -- Young Sitkans aim to establish local Teen Centre
January 29 -- Assembly considers future rates for electric, water, waste and harbors
January 28 -- Klawock mayor charged with soliciting prostitution
January 25 -- A show more real than 'reality' TV comes to Sitka
January 25 -- Assembly waives late utility fee for federal employees
January 25 -- Hospital board appointments will stand, after procedural error
January 25 -- Petersburg borough to draft proposed change to assembly elections
January 24 -- Petersburg assembly takes up discussion on troll bridge safety
January 24 -- Sitka Police chief asks Assembly to raise officers salaries in response to turnover
January 23 -- Assembly adds field project to state capital requests
January 22 -- Board of Game rejects Ketchikan trapping setback resolution
January 17 -- Hospital lease consultant contract postponed again
January 17 -- Ketchikan community foundation accepting grant applications
January 17 -- Group seeks to join lawsuit between Sitka Tribe and state
January 16 -- Proposed minimum bid for old fire hall $655,733
January 4 -- Request for trapping setback on Ketchikan assembly agenda
January 3 -- Conflict concerns delay hospital lease consulting contract
January 3 -- Crews assessing large landslide on POW
January 3 -- Big landslide blocks South Thorne Bay/Kasaan Road
January 2 -- Council to vote on ordinances to increase utility rates

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