"My view of this whole thing is that it is turning into a witch hunt directed at the police department by a few individuals," wrote Mike Hicks, former Cordova police chief and current Cordova fire chief. “This needs to end now. It will destroy your police department."
“We’re moving forward toward that day when we’re going to say, ‘No more masks,’” City Manager Helen Howarth said.
As the production of disinfectant wipes has increased, so has the number of wipes clogging up Cordova’s sewer system.
Cordova City Council will, at its Wednesday, May 19 meeting, consider repealing the city's mask mandate and relaxing its emergency public health rules.
At a Wednesday, May 19 meeting, Cordova City Council voted unanimously to repeal most local COVID-19 rules, including a rule requiring the wearing of face coverings.
The city of Cordova raised its public health alert level Monday, July 12.
Beginning Sunday, Aug. 1, the city of Cordova will require all its employees to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or to be tested weekly for the virus.
Gov. Mike Dunleavy heard school and city officials' concerns about pre-K funding and school bond debt reimbursement at a Monday, Oct. 25 public roundtable.
Cordova expects to see big benefits from the $1.2-trillion federal infrastructure legislation signed into law by President Joe Biden.
At its Wednesday, Dec. 1 meeting, Cordova City Council voted not to protest the liquor license applications of two breweries hoping to open their doors in Cordova. Because Alaska’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office may grant only one brewery liquor license to a community the size of Cordova, at least one of the applications will presumably be denied following the office’s public hearings in January.
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