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Cordova City Council discussed future funding from the state of Alaska and movement on the South Harbor Project at its Feb. 16 meeting.
Letter writers voice support for various candidates in Cordova's March 1 election.
There are two open seats on the Cordova Community Medical Center Authority Board, but only one candidate, Annie Linville. Election day is March 2.
Candidates for the two Cordova School Board seats are incumbents Barb Jewell, and Theresa (Terri) Stavig, Chris Bolin and Stephanie Rusinski Bernard. Election Day is March 1.
Q&A with mayoral candidate Wendy Ranney. Ranney is running against David Allison for mayor of Cordova. Election day is March 1.
Three Cordova City Council seats are up for election March 1. Ken Jones and Molly Mulvaney are running for Seat G. Kristin Carpenter is running unopposed for Seat F. Candidate Tom Bailer is running unopposed for Seat A.
Q&A with mayoral candidate David Allison. Allison is running against Wendy Ranney for mayor of Cordova. Election day is March 1.
Cordova residents go to the polls on March 1 to elect a new mayor, city council members and school board members and to decide on a $2 million ballot proposition to help finance rebuilding of the city’s South Harbor. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cordova Center Community Room A.
Cordova City Council convened March 2 to discuss myriad of topics, including the south harbor rebuild. The city is intent on keeping the project rolling and is on a quest for more funding. An overwhelming majority of Cordovans voted yes on Proposition 1, which allows the city to take a $2 million dollar Department of Environmental Conservation loan.
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