JOB ANNOUNCEMENT-THORNE BAY SOLID WASTE OPERATOR

The City of Thorne Bay is now accepting applications for the position of Solid Waste Operator & Streets and Roads Assistant.

The Solid Waste Operator & Streets and Roads Assistant is a full-time position (40 hours/week split between Streets and Roads and Solid Waste) as that term is described in the Thorne Bay Municipal Code Chapter 2.24.  The Solid Waste Operator & Streets and Roads Assistant shall be removed from city employment for just cause or if funding is not appropriated for the position.  Position may require work on weekends and early morning or late nights.

Desirable / Required certifications: Alaska CDL (Commercial Drivers License), State of Alaska Hazardous Waste Site General Worker, Hazardous Materials Technician Certification

Notice of City Council Meeting

Meeting link:

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Meeting number:

126 035 2456

Password:

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Agenda:

NEW BUSINESS:

a) Award of Bid for the Construction of a Multi-Use Facility in Thorne Bay, discussion and action item:
b) Resolution 20-08-04-01, recognizing Jim and Libby Nieland for their contributions to the Thorne Bay Public Library, discussion and action item:

ORDINANCE FOR INTRODUCTION:

a) Ordinance 20-08-18-01: amending Title 18-Harbor, Chapter 18.40 Control of Nuisance and Derelict Boats, discussion and action item:
b) Ordinance 20-08-18-02, amending Title 6-Animals, Chapter 6.04-Animals Generally, Section 6.04.020 – Licensing, discussion and action item:

Possible additions of:
1. Minutes for the July 21st, 23rd and 30th meetings
2. Discussion of Code Enforcement Officer Duties – Possible amendments

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NEED HELP APPLYING FOR CARES FUNDING? MEET WITH SPECIALIST ON WEDNESDAY (JULY 15TH) IN THORNE BAY

Need HELP applying for the CARES funding?
Southeast Conference will be visiting Prince of Wales Island to connect your business with the Alaska CARES Grant program and offering TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE in filling out the application on the Credit Union 1 website. We will also be on hand to answer any questions regarding the process, eligibility and share updated program details. We look for-ward to assisting you!
PLEASE call the Prince of Wales Chamber of Commerce at 755-2626
For an appointment or for questions. Appointments will be ONE HOUR LONG
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A CHAMBER MEMBER for an appointment
Our Schedule is:
MONDAY July 13 Klawock at the POW Chamber Office
TUESDAY July 14 Craig City Hall
WEDNESDAY July 15 Thorne Bay Library
THURSDAY July 16 Coffman Cove Library

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING JULY 6 @ 6:00 p.m.

There will be a Special Meeting of the City Council on Monday, July 6th at 6:00 p.m., via Webex, to Certify the results of the Special Election held June 30th.

Special City Council Meeting-Webex Login Information:
Meeting Number (access code): 126 968 1629
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Monday, July 6, 2020 6:00 pm  |  (UTC-09:00) Alaska  |  1 hr

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2 NEW COVID-19 CASES IN POW-HYDER CENSUS AREA

Craig Emergency Operations Center (EOC) staff was notified by Alaska Public Health on Friday, June 12th that they had received notice of two new confirmed COVID19 cases in the Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area. These cases are not located within the Craig city limits.
Both cases were a result of State Health Mandate 10.1 testing at the Ketchikan Airport.
The Division of Public Health and the Alaska Section of Epidemiology have started case investigations and have started contact tracing to determine how the patients were exposed and the potential scope of contacts.
Both of the cases are non-residents and will not be quarantining in Craig.
With summer upon us, we are strongly advising residents to follow all health mandates and advisories to reduce the risk of spreading the virus in Craig. These measures include:

  • Maintain good social distancing at all times keeping at least six feet between persons
  • Keep all trips for non-essential services to a minimum to avoid contact and wear a face mask/covering when you do need to make trips
  • Stay home as much as possible
  • Wash your hands frequently and avoid touching your face as much as possible
  • If you have symptoms or have a temperature of 100.4° F or higher contact your primary healthcare provider and self-isolate immediately

The City of Craig Emergency Operations Center will continue to work with Alaska Public Health and Ketchikan Emergency Operations Center and will provide updated information as it is available.

The City of Craig will continue to monitor COVID-19 reports and information and provide links and up to date information about the City of Craig response at the city’s website. For information go to www.craigak.com or www.craigak.com/covid.
Contact information for City of Craig departments and services.
Craig Aquatic Center
826-2794
pool@craigak.com
Craig City Hall
826-3275
info@craigak.com

CITY COUNCIL MEETING NOTICE-TUESDAY, MAY 5th 2020

There will be a regular meeting of the City Council on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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