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Re: Proposition No. 1
General obligation debt Landfill Equipment Upgrades
 
Because uncleared snow surrounding refuse cells currently leaches into our soil, potentially harming our water quality, we qualify for a $1.2 million DEC Clean Water Fund Loan, the terms of which are extremely favorable, and include $500,000 of loan forgiveness. 

This is fortunate, because our Refuse Department desperately needs new equipment. The loader pictured above can hardly make it up a hill. The excavator costs more to keep running that it is worth. And a new dozer would let us solve the water quality issue mentioned above and keep the delta pristine.

We will release a lot more information about this Ballot Prop between now and March, including opportunities to meet with Refuse Superintendent Aaron Muma and Public Works Director Sam Greenwood with any questions.

For the moment, though, the long and short of it is this: We can pass this ballot proposition now, and have the DEC foot $500,000 of the bill, with 1.5% interest on the other $700,000, or we can kick the can down the road for another year or two until these machines fail catastrophically, at which point we’ll have no choice but to pay the full $1.2 million at 4% interest.

It’s a no-brainer. Help us keep your Trash bills low. Help us keep the delta clean. Vote YES on Ballot Proposition No.1.

 

Notice to the Public:

The following resolutions were approved by the City Council
on December 16, 2020:
 
Resolution 12-20-42
A resolution of the Council of the City of Cordova, Alaska, adopting an operating budget for fiscal year 2021
and…
Resolution 12-20-43
A resolution of the Council of the City of Cordova, Alaska, adopting City fees, rates and charges for the 2021 calendar budget
 
 
These resolutions are posted in their entirety upstairs at the Cordova Center, and at www.cityofcordova.net (2020 Resolutions); copies can also be obtained from the City Clerk’s office
Cordova Regular Election - March 2, 2021
Polling place: Cordova Center Community Room A
Voting hours: 7:00 am to 8:00 pm
Notice of Offices to be Filled
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To elect:         
Seat D             One (1) City Council Member         for One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
Seat E             One (1) City Council Member         for One (1) Regular, Three (3) Year Term
To elect:
            Two (2) School Board Members       for Two (2) Regular, Three (3) Year Terms
To elect:
Two (2) CCMC Authority Board Members         for Two (2) Regular, Three (3) Year Terms
One (1) CCMC Authority Board Member             for One (1), One (1) Year Term
 
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To declare candidacy: Any qualified voter who meets the residency and age requirements of the elective office must file, not earlier than the date of first posting of this notice (Friday December 18, 2020) and at least by 30 days before the election (Monday February 1, 2021), with the city clerk, a sworn declaration of candidacy using the declaration of candidacy form that applies to the office for which he or she is a candidate in order for the voter's name to appear on the ballot as a candidate for that elective office.
Residency requirements: Mayor, City Council, and School Board: One year immediately preceding the election. CCMC Authority Board of Directors: One year immediately preceding the election and able to meet the requirements in Cordova Municipal Code 15.20.010.
Voter registration: Voter registration applications may be obtained at City Hall or you may register online at http://www.elections.alaska.gov/ . To be qualified to vote in a regular or special city election, a voter must be: A) Qualified to vote in state elections and registered to vote in state elections at a residence address within the city limits of Cordova at least thirty days (Sunday January 31, 2021) immediately preceding the municipal election; B) A resident of the city for thirty days (Sunday January 31, 2021) immediately preceding the municipal election; and C) Not disqualified under Article V of the Alaska Constitution.
For further information, contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@cityofcordova.net or 424-6248.
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Cordova is currently at nine active cases as of today, Tuesday, 1/5/21. The City Health Alert status remains at Level 4: Local Outbreak Warning.

The Medical Response Team, at this time, strongly advises against elective travel. 

For the most up-to-date case counts and news releases, click the Dashboard above.

Current testing times in Cordova:
Ilanka Health Clinic:

  • Mondays and Fridays, 2-3 p.m.
  • Saturdays, noon – 1 p.m.
Please call ahead to pre-register at 424-3622. Testing entry is downstairs across from the Episcopal Church.

Cordova Community Medical Center:
  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9–9:30 a.m.
  • Testing is done at the Ambulance Bay.

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City Council Members (by seat)
A. Tom Bailer
B. Cathy Sherman
C. Jeff Guard
D. Melina Meyer
E. Anne Schaefer
F. David Allison
G. David Glasen
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