Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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Unalaska’s proposed capital budget has grown to $11.2 million; the Qawalangin Tribe is organizing a recycling drive for Earth Day; and it’s increasingly likely that Alaska Permanent Fund dividends will be roughly $1,600 this year.
The Northern Victor is finishing its first season processing pollock at the Unalaska spit; the state ferry system is considering alternative fuel options; and Alaska prisons are looking to Norway for examples of reform.
The City of Unalaska has proposed a $29.6 million budget; scientists have detected a small explosion at Cleveland Volcano; and state lawmakers are considering a bill to soften the financial blow of home oil spills.
The Unalaska City Council meets tonight; the Alaska House passed the state budget by a bare majority; and lawmakers are still considering a bill meant to discourage boat owners from abandoning derelict vessels.
Unalaskans are seizing chances to put more local fish on the dinner table; a fisherman has been charged in the knife attack on the F/V Aleutian Sable; and the Alaska House has reversed its support for a $2,700 Permanent Fund dividend.