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Correction: City Code 1.18050 d reads, "The city clerk shall appoint a hearing officer to decide and investigate properly filed written complaints."

The certification of election results from the failed recall of Homer City Council members Aderhold, Lewis, and Reynolds may be the subject of an ethics complaint made on Friday by Stacey Stone, attorney for political action committee Heartbeat of Homer.

Or is it?

KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson went to Homer City Hall to  find out.

 

District 31 State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer spoke with KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson about the state house and senate budgets and the possibility of another special session to finish work on the state's oil and gas tax structure.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer, spoke with KBBI's Carolyn Norton about the legislature's struggle with the state budget.
This interview was recorded on Friday, June 23rd.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer spoke with KBBI's Kathleen Gustafson about the looming state government shutdown during his weekly legislative call-in, recorded Friday, June 9th.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton's weekly interview with KBBI's Carolyn Norton - recorded Friday, June 2nd.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer stopped by  KBBI studios for a conversation with Carolyn Norton on Friday, May 26th.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer joined KBBI's Carolyn Norton
on Friday Morning, May 19th for a conversation about the legislature's special session.

Alaska State Representative Paul Seaton of Homer joined KBBI's Carolyn Norton Friday morning, May 5th for a progress report on the state budget.

Assembly Votes Down Proposed Change To Invocation Policy

Apr 18, 2017
Kenai Peninsula Borough

The Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly voted down another proposed change to its invocation policy. The change was brought forward by Assembly Member Willy Dunne.

 

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