KSRM Week In Review 3/23 – 3/27

first_imgHigh Water Drainage Task Force Focuses on Projects, April to be Proclaimed as “Safe Digging Month”, Personal Use Priority Bill Making Progress, Local Again Charged with Theft, Tampering Clothing and Handgun Found Indicate Missing Family, Governor Appoints Ruffner to Board of Fisheries Tuesday 3/24 Soldotna Marijuana Use Ordinance Fails, What Would Ramsey Say? Micciche Supports School Bill, Residents Organize in Opposition to Annexation, Two Sets of Remains Identified as Adams and Jividen, Budget Paints Bleak Picture FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from this past week. Fire Danger Already on the Kenai Peninsula’s Doorstep, DOWL HKM Identifies Two Main Aquifers, Properties Acquired by LNG Won’t Affect Assessing, Tanner Arraigned in Kenai Superior Court Wednesday 3/25 Soldotna Halves Fees For Non-Motorized Boats, Dunleavy to Clarify: Parents Can Refuse Testing, Borough Facing Fiscal Realities of Low Oil Prices, Keeping House Numbers Visible Helps Emergency Services, Comment Period for K-Beach Drainage Project Opens Monday Thursday 3/26 Friday 3/20 Monday 3/23last_img

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