Kyle Kornelis

City of Soldotna

 

The Soldotna city council will vote on a resolution this week to award a design contract for improvements at the city airport.

It’s been a busy July in Soldotna, with full campgrounds and music in the park causing the expected traffic snarls. At last week’s city council meeting, Soldotna Public Works Director Kyle Kornelis updated the council on the street situation.

        Employees of the City of Soldotna are getting to know each other a little better. Many gathered for a working brunch recently to discuss internal improvements within the city.

City Manager Stephanie Queen talked about it at Thursday’s city council meeting:

City of Soldotna

  The City of Soldotna’s wastewater discharge permit has been administratively extended for over a dozen years now, but it is close to being renewed, formally.

Kyle Kornelis, the city’s public works director, explained at last week’s council meeting why the city needs to appropriate another $128,000.

City of Soldotna

  The City of Soldotna’s wastewater discharge permit has been administratively extended for over a dozen years now, but it is close to being renewed, formally.

Kyle Kornelis, the city’s public works director, explained at last week’s council meeting why the city needs to appropriate another $128,000.

City of Soldotna

  People with mobility issues have long had trouble reaching the upper levels of the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex, as it has no elevator. But that will soon change.

The Soldotna City Council last week authorized the city manager to waive the formal bidding process and enter into a contract with Alaska Stairlift and Elevator company of Anchorage for the installation of an inclined platform lift.

Councilman Paul Whitney asked Public Works Director Kyle Kornelis about the actual equipment, wondering what kind of lift it will be.

The Soldotna City Council got a look at a new way to consider their community’s long-term infrastructure planning. It’s through a long-range planning document that sets out overlapping timelines and budgets.