This Week's Coffee Table

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. 

Coffee Table Archive

Important issues facing the City of Kenai take center stage on this edition of the "Coffee Table," as host Shaylon Cochran sits down with Kenai City Manager Rick Koch.

Lots of things are happening at the Homer Harbor – from the presence of the Endeavour jack-up rig to the construction of several new projects, including a new walking trail around the harbor. Catch up with all things harbor on this edition of the “Coffee Table,” as Homer Harbormaster Bryan Hawkins joins host Ariel Van Cleave.

This week, we catch up with what’s going on in Juneau with peninsula legislator Senator Peter Micciche, who gives his thoughts on oil tax reform, a controversial bill dealing with cruise ship waste and a question about whether his employment with ConocoPhillips constitutes a conflict of interest.

Friday is the deadline for Homer residents to voice any objections they may have concerning the special assessment district that’s proposed for the build-out of a natural gas network in the city. On this week's edition of the "Coffee Table," we discuss the natural gas pipeline, what it means for Homer and what it might cost for you to hook up to the gas.

Recent events involving young people in Homer have spurred a community conversation on the subjects of bullying, peer pressure and alcohol abuse. On this week’s Coffee Table program, we take a deeper look at these issues with guests representing the school system, law enforcement and victim’s resources. 

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