Environmental Youth Group will now be taking place at the Qagan Tayagungin Tribe office starting June 7, 2013 from 2:30pm – 3:30pm. EYG will be every Friday. If you have any questions, you can call Karis Porcincula at (907)383-6968.
PLEASE NOTE CHANGES!!
All persons summoned for jury service in Sand Point during 2013 need to call the jury message line Tuesday, May 21st after 4pm for information regarding a possible trial.
If unable to call please listen to KSDP for updates.
Recorded Message # is 1-888-780-9876
Place to appear for service: Sand Point Court
Time to appear: Wednesday, May 22nd @9am
All summoned jurors should appear as directed unless you have received the blue excusal postcard, excusing you from jury service during 2013.
The City of Sand Point is accepting applications for the following
part-time temporary position:
POSITION: Safe Routes to School Task Force Coordinator
Temporary, up to 200 hours within 1 year.
SALARY: DOE (Depending on Experience)
DEADLINE: Open Until Filled
The Sand Point Police Department is seeking an individual to serve as the coordinator of a Safe Routes to School project. Safe Routes to School is a national program designed to encourage children to be more active by walking and bicycling to school safely. This solicitation is for a temporary coordinator to oversee grant funded activities. Duties will include assuring local compliance with state program guidelines, helping to create and coordinate the activities of a volunteer community taskforce, preparing correspondence, taking minutes of meetings, and preparing a written report of task force findings and recommendations. The coordinator will also be responsible for coordinating safety training events or activities and such other Safe Routes to School duties as may be assigned by the Chief of Police. It is estimated that these tasks will involve about approximately 200 hours of labor over a period not to exceed one year. Scheduling can be flexible if prearranged with the Chief of Police. Compensation will be commensurate with experience.
For a copy of the job description, a copy of the job application or for more information, contact:
Sand Point Police Department at 383-3700 or sppdadmin [at] arctic [dot] net
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WOMEN AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
THE CITY OF SAND POINT IS A DRUG FREE WORKPLACE AND ALL EMPLOYEES MAY BE REQUIRED TO TAKE A DRUG TEST.
Please join VA Representatives and Veterans Service Officers during our Veteran Outreach: The VA team will be available to work one on one with Veterans to answer questions and assist with enrollment for healthcare services and filing claims for compensation & pension and burial benefits. PLUS answering these questions: What is the VA/EYAK sharing agreement, what does it mean to me, and our community? How can I help? What is a Tribal Veteran Representative?
April 22: Cold Bay – VA Outreach
EATs Clinical all Staff VA training 2pm to 4pm via Tandberg (Call 1002 to join)
All Aleutian Chain Veterans 1pm to 5pm – go to your local clinic to speak to a Veteran Representative live or via video teleconference (Call 1002 to join)
April 24: Luncheon and Veteran Enrollment at Cold Bay Community Center from 12-5pm
Luncheon, Aleut Dancers, and Veteran Enrollment at the King Cove Community Center 12-5pm
For further information, please call Sharon Strutz RN MSN 1-907-2575481
*King Cove School voc. ed. project
*19.5′ long, 8″ wide
*Hull is 1/4″ marine grade aluminum, and sides are 3/16″
*Flat bottom work skiff
To inspect the skiff, please contact Ray Miller at King Cove School to make an appointment.
Telephone # 497-2354
The skiff is to be sold by the Aleutians East Borough School District to the highest bidder with a minimum of $5,000. Sealed bids may be submitted or mailed to the District Office at the address above. No warranties are provided and a release of liability form will be required upon purchase. The buyer will be responsible for moving the skiff.
Deadline for bids: May 31st, 2013 @4:00pm
If you participated in a survey within the last 0-18 months you are invited to dinner at the City Gym, Saturday April 20th, 2013 at 5:30pm. This gathering will also include our bi-annual drawing of prizes for participants. Grand prize will receive the option of choosing from 20,000 Air Miles or $600 in fuel. Cash door prizes will also be awarded to survey participants.
Thank you for your continued support with this important surveying project!
For any questions or to participate in a survey, please call 383-3128
Position: Environmental Coordinator Assistant
Status: EXEMPT: Part-time (20 hours per week)
Compensation: $14.39/hour Plus Limited Fringe Benefits/DOE
Duration: This position is funded by an Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA) grant under the Indian General Assistance Program, (IGAP) and continuation of this position is dependent upon adequate funding and the needs of the Tribe.
Supervision: GAP Environmental Coordinator and/or Tribal Administrator
Job Description: The Environmental Coordinator Assistant works under the direction and supervision of the GAP Environmental Coordinator/or Tribal Administrator and is responsible for assisting the Tribal Environmental Coordinator to meet the goals and objectives of IGAP. The Assistant will be assisting in the completion of the work plan included in the EPA/GAP grant proposal submitted by the Pauloff Harbor Tribe.
Responsibilities and Duties:
*Record Minutes from Advisory Meetings
*Assist Coordinator to establish the Environmental Program according to the work plan
*Assist Coordinator in an Environmental Training/Education Program for the Tribe
*Answer incoming telephone calls, record and distribute messages
*General operations and maintenance of office machines and equipment
*Typing, filing, research and other duties as assigned.
*Recycling Center operations
*All other duties assigned
Required Knowledge and Skills:
*Ability to Travel
*Knowledge of Tribal Council and/or how they function
Native Preference: Consistent with P.L. 93-638, as amended, and the regulations the EPA/IGAP, Pauloff Harbor Tribal Council will exercise the Native Preference in recruiting and hiring for this position.
To Apply: Send resume, or completed application to the Pauloff Harbor Tribe, P.O. Box 97, Sand Point, AK 99661. Applications are available at the Pauloff Harbor Tribal Office, Room 7 & 8, in the Sand Point Municipal Building, and on the Pauloff Harbor Tribe’s Bulletin Board. Position open until filled.
Come watch The Lorax at 1:30pm on Sunday, April, 14th at the QQT Rec. Center! Refreshments will be served. All ages welcome. Children under 5 must accompanied by an adult.
On Monday, March 25th in observance of Seward’s Day. Office will be opened on Wednesday regular hours.