The Trapper Creek Community Council has a slate of candidates for their upcoming election April 27th and 28th and have scheduled a potluck dinner for the community to meet and talk to the candidates. (more…)
The Talkeetna Community Council is busy writing letters this week. The Council board of directors, after hearing from meeting attendees Monday evening, voted to send a letter to legislators and the governor concerning the Susitna Dam and the bills currently under consideration in Juneau. (more…)
Last month, Ron Arvin of the Mat Su Borough Assembly introduced a resolution that would support the bills in the legislature dealing with the Susitna Dam.
That resolution was tabled indefinitely. However, wording has changed and has been re-introduced by Assembly member Noel Woods from Wasilla. (more…)
Chase residents will have an opportunity to address their questions about parking at the Chase trailhead this coming Saturday at a Borough sponsored meeting in Talkeetna.
Two separate discussions will take place that day: one on parking issues and accommodation of vehicles around the Talkeetna Village Park AND a discussion of proposed trail improvements in the non-motorized, Borough-owned Talkeetna Lakes Park. (more…)
Lawmakers in Juneau reviewed Senate Bill 42 Monday and took public testimony. The Senate Resources Committee passed the bill on to the Finance Committee to review. (more…)
The Trapper Creek Community Council opened up an unusual contest to their community through their revenue sharing funds. A community entrance/welcome sign is in the works and residents will have a chance to vote on their favorite design this weekend during the Cabin Fever Reliever festival. (more…)
The Talkeetna Community Council is taking the proposed Susitna Dam seriously and has formed a committee to discussion and watch the progress. (more…)
The state’s Division of Oil and Gas at Department of Natural Resources has taken to heart the comments concerning the Susitna Basin Exploration Licenses. The area, west of the Susitna River and south of Petersville Road, including the Yentna and Kahiltna Rivers came under scrutiny for possible gas exploration. (more…)