There are a couple of corrections and additions to the Borough election results. The Borough reports there are 1,917 votes left to count. (more…)
Election results from both the Talkeetna Community council board of directors AND the Borough municipal elections have been tabulated. Turnout was low across the Borough. 14% of Susitna voters turned out to vote. 21% of Talkeetna voters went to the polls and 9% of Trapper Creek voted.
KTNA’s morning news, weather forecast, Denali echos and announcements for October 5th. Host is Sue Deyoe. Headlines – Talkeetna council announces slate for voting; Su Valley girls go to state championships; Residents meet with Extension Service to discuss education on climate change; Voting underway for Borough elections. 16 min.
Voting for the Talkeetna Community Council is Tuesday, October 5th from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Talkeetna Public Library. Borough elections are held at the Talkeetna Elementary School from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Borough does not allow the council to set up voting in the same area and therefore the seperation. The slate of candidates for the council: Larry Dearman, Mary Farina, Robert Gerlach, incumbent Sharon Montagnino, Rick Schrieber, Deb Wessler and Whitney Wolff. There are 7 candidates and only 5 open seats. KTNA will announce and post results as soon as possible and will also be announcing PRELIMINARY results from the Borough election.
In the upcoming Mat-Su Borough elections, voters have five propositions to decide on. Ballot measure Three and Four are proposing to issue general obligation bonds to pay for major school renovations and sports facility improvements. KTNA reporter Diana Haecker has more.
Residents of the Mat Su Borough go to the polls to vote on millions of dollars in road bonds. Assembly member Ron Arvin is calling on voters to make this Borough different than every other Borough in the state of Alaska. Sue Deyoe has more.
KTNA’s morning news, weather, announcements and Denali Echoes, hosted by Trisha Costello. News headlines: Elections will decide on strong mayor vs. manager form of government for Mat-Su Borough; South Hunter to be christen Stevens Peak; Three school board seats are up for election. (16 min.)
Voters will decide on a new slate of school board candidates at the Borough elections on October 5. Unlike the Borough Assembly, where voters select their district representative, the school district’s board of directors do not represented a specific geographical region. (more…)