Election season is in full swing with Alaska’s state primary coming up August 19th. For the next few weeks on Coffee Table, we’ll be hearing from candidates running in the various races on the Kenai Peninsula. This week, we’ll be speaking with Representative Paul Seaton. He is a candidate for House District 31. We’ll cover redistricting, Prop 1, and more.
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Birders from around the Kenai Peninsula have been put in high gear, as the annual migrations bring dozens of species to the area. On this week’s Coffee Table, we’ll learn more about this ever-growing hobby of birding and some of the events planned on the peninsula.
Rep. Paul Seaton checks in during the last week of the legislative session, giving an outline what’s happened during the session so far and what lies ahead in the coming days.
One of Alaska’s more notable characteristics is its lack of extensive land use and zoning regulations. But as we encourage more people, and more industry, to be in the state, how do we address inevitable challenges of growth? For a better look at how the Borough is addressing these issues, we visit with Borough Mayor Mike Navarre and the Borough’s Land Use Manager Marcus Mueller.
On this edition of the "Coffee Table:" What did the Kenai Peninsula look like when the earliest settlers made their home here? Explore the pre-history and early peoples of the Kenai Peninsula when history experts sit down for a roundtable discussion.
Central Peninsula Hospital is preparing for some major expansions in services and new facilities. Find out what’s driving growth at CPH and how the hospital is preparing for changes in health care with our guest, Central Peninsula Hospital CEO Rick Davis.