Holmdahl: “Seward often feels very separated from Borough politics, being so far away. With the road between Seward and the other side of the Peninsula in the wintertime very dangerous, very icy, especially in the dark, it’s really difficult for residents of Seward to get over to the Borough building for Borough Assembly meetings. When it comes to Seward it gives the local residents a chance to participate in the process.” The most controversial item on tonight’s agenda is Assemblyman Blaine Gilman’s ordinance which would restrict commercial cannabis operations in the Borough outside of incorporated cities. There have been behind-the-scenes suggestions that Gilman will withdraw that ordinance tonight, but nothing has been publicly confirmed. Brandii Holmdahl represents the district… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly is visiting Seward tonight for their annual meeting on the eastern peninsula. The meeting starts at 6pm tonight at Seward City Hall.
Thursday 6/27Thursday 6AM Update: Fire Operations Making Progress, Expect Delays To Continue, Thursday Noon Update: Crews Complete Intentional Burning Along Sterling Highway Friday 6/28Noon Update: Crews Work To Finish Burnout Operation Along The Sterling Highway Wednesday 6/26Wednesday Update: Crews Continue Strategic Firing Operations, Fire Operations Within 200 ft. Of The Highway, Expect Delays To Continue Monday 6/24Monday 3PM Update: Swan Lake Fire Continues To Impact Sterling Highway Tuesday 6/25Tuesday Noon Update: Plan For Significant Travel Delays, HEA Has De-Energized Transmission Tie Line Due To Swan Lake Fire FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The KSRM News Department compiled some of the top stories from the Swan Lake Fire from this past week.
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — A police chief who had been on the job for just a few weeks and two nursing home employees are dead after a shooting this morning in Kirkersville, Ohio, officials said.The gunman is also believed to be dead, Licking County Sheriff Randy Thorp said at a news conference.Kirkersville police Chief Steven Eric Disario, 36, died after responding to a call regarding a man with a gun, Thorp said. Deputies came for back up and found him outside the Pine Kirk Care Center nursing home, Thorp said.Authorities learned that a shooter was in the nursing home and went in, where they found three people dead, two employees and an individual believed to be the gunman, Thorp said.The 23 residents of the nursing home were removed, Thorp said. Disario had been the police chief for about three weeks, Thorp said. He is a father of six with another child on the way, Thorp said.The motive is unknown, Thorp said.Kirkersville, about 24 miles east of Columbus, is a small village with a population estimated to be under 600 in 2015. Police are not always on duty, Thorp said.Ohio Gov. John Kasich said in a statement, “Ohio mourns the loss of Kirkersville Chief Eric Disario, who died in the line of duty. Join me in praying for his family, friends and colleagues, and for the others injured in this tragedy.” Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Related