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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Next week, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly will hold a public hearing about the much-debated fish habitat protection ordinance. On this week’s Coffee Table, we’ll speak with the Borough Mayor’s Chief of Staff, Paul Ostrander to learn how this ordinance came to be, and what the proposed new rules mean.
The popularity of small breweries has exploded in Alaska in recent years. Join us for a discussion with representatives from local breweries and wineries for a discussion on the state of the industry on the Kenai Peninsula.
Catch up with Kenai Peninsula legislators on this week’s edition of the “Coffee Table,” when Representative Paul Seaton and Senator Peter Micciche join us to talk about state government and politics.
Homer City Manager Walt Wrede joins us to discuss many issues facing the city, including a push for a full Parks and Recreation Department and an effort to write a new city charter.
On this edition of the "Coffee Table," representatives from Kenai Peninsula arts organizations discuss the value of the arts in our communities.