Photo by Dan Balmer/Peninsula Clarion Soldotna resident Floyd Frost testifies against the proposed closure of sport hunting of brown bears on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge at a public hearing Wednesday night at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex. More than 60 people attended the hearing. A final decision by the refuge is expected to be made today.
The Soldotna Parks and Recreation Department reviewed and made a number of changes to the Memorial Park administrative policy and fee schedule, including an amendment allowing for more ways residents can plan for their future.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission will hear three out of more than 200 complaints that in some way relate to an annual Kenai River Fishing event, but two officials have already amended their filings to correct the issue, they said.