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AVTEC

Workforce development on the Kenai Peninsula, with Cathy LeCompte, director of the Alaska Vocational Technical Center in Seward, Sean Dusek, superintendent of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, and Gary Turner, director of Kenai Peninsula College.

KPEDD Forum: Hilcorp

Jan 12, 2018

Chad Helgeson, operations manager, highlights Hilcop projects.

Summer Lazenby, executive director of the Kenai Peninsula Tourism Marketing Council, and Sarah Leonard, president of the Alaska Travel Industry Association, speak about travel and tourism trends in Alaska and on the Kenai Peninsula.

KPEDD

Bart Garber is the new executive director of the Kenaitze Indian Tribe, overseeing many new programs and facilities in Kenai.

Marc Theiler, owner of Red Run Cannabis Co., in Kenai, talks about his business plan and the growth of the commercial marijuana industry in the face of federal challenges.

Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development

Mike Navarre, commissioner of the Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development, speaks about facing Alaska's fiscal challenges.

In this first episode of ECON 919, we take you to the recent Economic Outlook Forum and introduce you to one of the newest players in the Central Kenai Peninsula's economy. And we wrap up with some potentially encouraging news about your PFD.

ECON 919 is KDLL's new, weekly economic report for the Central Kenai Peninsula. It can be heard each Friday at 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Courtesy Charlie Pierce

Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Charlie Pierce speaks about the budget deficit and economic development in the borough.

Kenai River Brewing

Doug Hogue, owner of Kenai River Brewing Co., speaks about the history and development of KRB in Soldotna.

It's been over two months since the Kenai Peninsula Borough has opened the landfill in Soldotna to hazardous waste disposal, but Saturday citizens will be free to bring in up to 55 gallons of household waste.

Commercial disposers are charged a fee, and have to register in advance, but if you're just an innocent bystander with a garage full of half-empty paint cans, used motor oil and fluorescent light bulbs, your trip to the dump is free.

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