Posted on: August 8th, 2014 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Community Window
Summary of Job: Under the direction of the Public Works Director, the water/sewer supervisor assumes full responsibility and authority of the city-owned water and wastewater systems – this includes the planning, coordinating and implementation of all activities of the water and wastewater programs and infrastructure. In addition, this position has primary responsibility for all repair and maintenance needs of the city water and wastewater infrastructure.
* Pay – DOE NEED
*High School Diploma or GED
*Five years of exp in the water and wastewater field with appropriate certifications required by DEC
*Knowledge of pumps and meters
*Valid Alaska Drivers License and good driving record
*Oral and written communication skills
*Patience and courtesy
Posted on: August 7th, 2014 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Community Window
Eastern Aleutian Tribes King Cove Clinic is hosting a kids back o school wellness carnival. The carnival will be at King Cove Clinic on Saturday Aug 9th, from 2-4pm.
There will be carnival games, a teddy bear clinic, duck pond, survival suit races, and other fun activities. The clinic will be giving away free school supplies and door prizes including a grand prize of a bicycle donated by AC.
Posted on: August 6th, 2014 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Community Window
There will be an Island Wellness Retreat beginning on August 7-10, 2014. Let Rayette Know if you are attending.
All community members welcome to attend all or parts of the workshops and workouts at no cost to you.
There will be daily boot camps, afternoon hikes, nutrition 101 education classes, grocery store tours, self care importance classes, overcoming cravings and emotional eating, and healthy meals.
(stay tuned for more details)
On July 12th, Officer Tupper received a dispatch about a woman who was not breathing and that an ambulance was on its way. When he arrived at the scene, a woman reported that a 60-year old male had assaulted her. Upon investigation, officer Tupper noticed her neck was red, and there were several stray hairs in her hand. The witness stated that the attacker had walked into the room and proceeded to choke her, and this previously had happened a couple of days ago as well. Upon questioning, the accused male was found to be highly intoxicated, and after asking him to explain what happened several times he had conflicting stories, which determined he was lying. He was then placed under arrest for Domestic violence of the 4th degree, and was then transported to the police station. At the police station, he was read his rights, and then placed into Sand Point Jail without further incident.
Posted on: July 16th, 2014 | Author: General Manager | Filed under: Police Blotter
On July 14, 2014, a woman about 40 years old was reported to be intoxicated while driving with a child in the vehicle by an anonymous caller. After being pulled over by the Sand Point Police, the driver stated that she didn’t have anything to drink. After this proved to be false as she failed all three of the sobriety tests. After she refused the chemical test, officer Tupper then proceeded to arrest her with two charges of DUI and refusal, and was admitted to the Sand Point Jail without further incident.