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One of the goals the City of Homer and organizers of a non-motorized transportation symposium hope to achieve Saturday is brainstorming safe ADA-compliant walking and biking trails; the Alaska Army National Guard wants to know whether its armory building in Kenai should be deemed “historically significant” — a designation that would insure any work on the facility moving forward fits the historical character of the building; and Kenai City Manager Paul Ostrander is leaving the City of Kenai next year after six years on the job.

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In 2019, Hope moved to Unalaska/Dutch Harbor to work for Alaska's Energy Desk and KUCB — the westernmost public radio newsroom in the country. She has lived, worked and filed stories from California, New York, Bolivia, Peru, Cuba and Alaska.