WELCOME TO THE CORDOVA CALENDAR for the 24th...
One classified here... (5/25) The Native Village of Eyak is accepting
applications for a Fish Camp Technician. The position is Full Time,
temporary, for the month of June. Applicants must be able to begin work
on June 1st. The Fish Camp Technician is responsible for camp
safety, food and waste management. They will assist tribal members with
subsistence catch and processing, and will navigate a skiff up and down
river to bring people and supplies to and from camp. The Fish
Camp Technician is expected to stay at camp overnight. CPR
Certification and a valid AK Drivers License are required. Send
NVE Applications to email@example.com, fax to 424-7739, or drop off
at the NVE main offices by the harbor. The position is open until
filled. Complete job description can be found at the NVE main offices
or online at eyak-nsn.gov.
The final votes in the special election were counted, and nothing
changed. The sales tax cap issue passed, the motor fuel tax
repeal passed, and the prohibition of marijuana businesses failed.
Special City Council Meeting May 24th@ 11:30 am in Cordova Center
Community Rooms A & B for Certification of the official results of
the May 15th Special Election.
Mayor Koplin will hold an informal briefing with chairperson of city
boards and commissions on Thursday, May 24, at 12 noon in community
room “B” in the Cordova Center. A quorum of the city council and
or other boards or commissions may be present; however, no decisions
regarding city business will be made.
Special City Council Meeting May 25th @ 12:00 pm in Cordova Center
Community Rooms A & B. Agenda includes A resolution
transferring $135,000 from the City general fund reserve to Cordova
School District for the purpose of purchasing and replacing the CHS
The Native Village of Eyak, Ilanka Cultural Center, Ilanka Community
Health Center, and other NVE facilities will be closed the 28th in
observance of Memorial Day. All medical emergencies should go to
the ER at CCMC, as always.
Senior lunch is enchiladas today, baked chicken tomorrow. Schools
serve biscuits and gravy for breakfast, pulled pork sandwich for lunch
today, cereal and yogurt for breakfast, and then the annual free
barbecue for the last day of school tomorrow (I remember that well).
And looking at the school music program calendar: happy birthday Dexter
Remember all this information is on our website, including any items
that didn’t make the air -- look for the AC logo at cordovaradio.com.
That's our calendar for the 24th -- have a great day Cordova.
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(29th) Mayor Koplin and the City Council are soliciting letters of
interest for a seat on Parks & Recreation Commission expiring
November 2018, one seat on the library board expiring November 2019,
and one seat on the planning and zoning commission expiring November
2020. Email your letter of interest addressed to Mayor Clay
Koplin at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off at City Hall.
Call 6248 or email with questions. Letters accepted through May 29th.
Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting on the 29th at 6pm in the
Mayors Conference Room
The Bob Korn Pool will be closed through June 1st. They apologize
for the inconvenience.
KLAM and KCDV have classified ad space every day, 10 times a day
between the two stations, for just $25 a week - plus we post your ad on
cordovaradio.com at no extra charge. If you have something you
want to sell, a job posting, or a fundraiser coming up, put local radio
and internet to work for you. Call, fax, email -- whatever’s best
-- and get your classified ad on KLAM, KCDV, and cordovaradio.com.
Remember that our town meeting talk show is available any time you
would like to be a guest, suggest a guest, or just have us cover a
topic. It’s an on demand program, we can record at your
convenience, and then the air slot is weekdays in the 10am hour on
KLAM. You can also send a letter for us to read if that’s better
The better business bureau is warning of a returning scam -- the one
where someone pretending to be a utility provider calls and says your
service will be cut off if you don’t pay your bill. Then they try
to make you use a weird payment form like a wire transfer or prepaid
debit card. Legitimate companies don’t do that; so if someone is
trying to scam you, let the police know.