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City Council Seat E: Dennis Robinson

Sep 22, 2017
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I was born in Unalaska, I live with my wife Lynda, piano teacher and composer and our two boys, Liam and Tristan. I also have five grown daughters, Chelsea, Vanessa, Mariah, Kyesa and Ashley.  I have served on the Unalaska City Council from 1986-1992 and 2008-2014. My passion for this community, its citizens, its potential, its power and its beauty are unwavering. My interests in the community are as diverse as the community itself, ranging from city’s long and rich history, local industry, diverse cultures, and the arts. I am committed to do the best I can for all that live here.

City Council Seat G: Rachelle Hatfield

Sep 22, 2017
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I am island born, raised in Hawaii with “Malama” in my heart; to serve and protect, to honor and respect, and to give honestly and unselfishly.” The diverse people of Unalaska are filled with such kindness. I call Unalaska the island of the north. I call Unalaska home. I am a CCD Teacher, and in training as a lay presider for my church, St. Christopher by the Sea.

City Council Seat B: Jim Fitch

Sep 22, 2017
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I am James Fitch and I am running for Unalaska City Council. I am married to Angela and have 3 adult children, Sina, Emmett and Olga. I came to Unalaska to work in the seafood industry and ended up working in the City Power Plant for 27 years, 17 as the supervisor. I am semi-retired.

City Council Seat B: Yudelka Leclere

Sep 22, 2017

In my 16 years in Unalaska, I have been a coach, a dance instructor, a Sunday school teacher, a bank teller, a member of the Iliuliuk Clinic board, a member of the Unalaska Ballyhoo Lions Club, co-founder of the non-profit organization Teens for Health. Recently awarded the 2014 Community Star Award by the City of Unalaska/PCR. I am a loyal wife, loving mother, supportive daughter, a caring big sister, and a friend. I believe that the council acts on behalf of all residents to promote the good of the entire community.

Berett Wilber/KUCB

The Unalaska Post Office is cutting back its services once again. For the next week, patrons will have a two-and- a-half-hour window to can pick up packages -- from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.  

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