Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District

Kenai Peninsula Borough School District officials are breathing a sigh of relief over the reinstatement of public education funding in the state budget. However, they will have to hold their breath throughout the year to see if an increase in local funding will come.


Borough Passes $80 million FY2017 Budget

Jun 14, 2016
Courtesy of the Kenai Peninsula Borough.

After some tweaks and tinkering, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly passed a fiscal year 2017 budget Tuesday with general fund expenditures just under $80 million.


Homer Medical Center Renovation Plans See Expansion

Jun 1, 2016
Courtesy of the Kenai Peninsula Borough.

Renovation plans for the Homer Medical Center are expanding, and so will the projected price tag. But the expansion will bring cost savings to create a facility that’s better suited to the needs of the future, without taking much more out of the current bank balance.

Ninilchik Store Works Toward Liquor Sales

Jan 14, 2016
Photo by Daysha Eaton/KBBI

Ninilchik General Store wants to add on a package liquor store and their attorney has proposed a change in Kenai Peninsula Borough code to make it happen. Current code says liquor stores cannot be with in 500 feet of schools and churches.


Dunne Wins District 9 Seat

Oct 14, 2015
Image Courtesy of the Kenai Peninsula Borough

Results for the 2015 Regular Elections show Willy Dunne of Fritz Creek is the winner of the District 9 Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly Seat. Dunne defeated Dawson Slaughter of Anchor Point with roughly 58% of the vote. KBBI’s Quinton Chandler sat down with Dunne to discuss the race and his plans for his term on the Borough Assembly.

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