NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2019
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RESOLVING RUNOFFS FOR
ALEUTIANS EAST BOROUGH ASSEMBLY SEAT B AND SCHOOL BOARD SEAT E
Polling places will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on November 5, 2019 and the precinct polling places will be located as follows:
Sand Point Municipal Bldg.
King Cove Municipal Bldg.
Akutan Municipal Bldg.
If you plan to not be in your community on November 5, 2019, you may vote absentee in person with the Borough Clerk or with an Assistant Clerk below October 21 through November 4, 2019 until 12:00 noon. You may also request an application for an absentee ballot by phone, fax, e-mail, or by mailing a written request. The last day to request a ballot by mail is October 29, 2019. The last day to request by electronic transmission is November 4 no later than 12:00 noon and ballot must be returned to the Borough Clerk no later than 8:00 p.m. Election Day.
There are no polling places in Cold Bay, False Pass and Nelson Lagoon. Ballots are mailed to all registered voters in those communities. If you wish to have your ballot mailed elsewhere you need to fill out an absentee ballot request application.
SAND POINT AEB OFFICE……………………TINA ANDERSON
KING COVE CITY OFFICE…………………….KAILEE CALVER / KIM NEWMAN
AKUTAN CITY OFFICE…………………………AMANDA TCHERIPANOFF / SARAH BERESKIN
COLD BAY CITY OFFICE………………………ANGELA SIMPSON
FALSE PASS CITY OFFICE……………………CARLEEN HOBLET
NELSON LAGOON VILLAGE COUNCIL……..NANETTE JOHNSON
If you have any questions, please call the Borough Clerk at 383-2699 or outside Sand Point 1-888-383-2699.
Borough Clerk, P.O. Box 349, Sand Point, AK 99661
E-mail: email@example.com E-fax: 1-888-737-3524
The Aleutians East Borough is beginning work on its 2020 strategic plan. In preparation for that plan, the board has asked Professional Growth Systems to complete a survey of residents on what is important to you.
The survey questions are on the following three pages and should take about 15 minutes to complete. To move through the survey, click the “Next Page” button at the bottom of each page. When you are finished, be sure to click the “Record Answers” button on the final page. This will assure your answers are recorded and included in the survey results.
Special Note: At the end of the survey is an opportunity to sign up for a prize drawing to be held after the survey is closed. There is a sign-up page at the conclusion of the survey to fill in and be entered into the drawing. The survey will be closed for additional input and results compiled on November 15, 2019.
Thank you for your time to complete the AEB Strategic Planning survey and for your commitment to improving the communities of the Aleutians East Borough.”
“On November 5, 2019 a Special Election be held to resolve a run-off between Assembly Seat B candidates, Paul R. Gronholdt and Mikal McGlashan; and resolve a run-off between School Board Seat E candidates, Brenda Lee Wilson and Rita Uttecht.”
Aleutians East Borough School District
PO BOX 429 • SAND POINT, AK 99661
PHONE 907.383.5222 • FAX 907.383.3496
The SCRAP MATERIAL is being sold “AS IS / WHERE IS” by the Aleutians East Borough School District – to the highest bidder. Minimum bid applies.
NOTICE: Despite resembling a skiff – in its current condition – this item is be offered as SCRAP MATERIAL ONLY and NOT as a seaworthy skiff.
With respect to the condition of the scrap material – NO warranty is implied, nor provided. Any costs associated with the removal and transport the scrap material will be the sole responsibility of the purchaser. The scrap material may be inspected at the Sand Point School.
Minimum Bid: $750 USD
The School District retains the right to reject all bids.
Sealed bids may be submitted in person or mailed to the District Office at the address above; or faxed to the fax number noted above.
~ DEADLINE FOR SEALED BIDS – October 28, 2019 by 4:00 pm ~
Roger Holmberg sits down with KSDP in order to discuss substance abuse struggles throughout the Aleutians East Borough. Offering his support to everyone, Roger shared his views on how to approach substance abuse and 2 Facebook pages that he has started to address these and other Alaska related concerns.
If you are interested in speaking with someone about you or a family member’s struggles with substance abuse feel free to contact Roger Holmberg at 907-338-7372 or look up his Facebook pages: Praise Broadcast and Alaska Prayer Team where he posts weekly podcast and other resources.
If you or a loved one is struggling with drug and alcohol abuse you can also contact Eastern Aleutian Tribe clinics throughout the Aleutians East Borough where Crisis Network, Substance Abuse Counseling, Peer Support Groups, and Medically Assisted Treatments are now available. Call Eastern Aleutian Tribest toll-free at 1-(866)-328-4911 for more information today.
Aleutians East Borough School District
Regular Meeting of the School Board Wednesday, October 2, 2019 @ 6:30 pm
Regular Meeting will be held at District Office And by VTC at all school sites
Regular Meeting Agenda
A. Call to Order
B. Pledge of Allegiance
C. Roll Call & Establishment of Quorum D. Others in Attendance
E. Approval of Agenda
II. Approval of Minutes
A. Regular Meeting, September 16, 2019
III. Public Comment On Agenda Items 2.1
IV. Student Comments 2.1
V. Student Reports 4.1
VI. Board Reports 5.2 A. 2019 Fall Boardmanship Academy
VII. Superintendent’s Report 3.1
A. Report to the Board
B. District Correspondence
VIII. Business Manager’s Report 3.4 A. Current Financial Report
IX. Department Reports 3.4
A. Special Education, Hilary Seifert
B. Technology Director, Kirk Feldbauer
C. Activities Director, Paul Barker
ACTION ACTION ACTION ACTION
INFORMATION INFORMATION ACTION
X. New Business
A. BP 3515.5 Revision: 2nd Reading 2.2 B. BP 6146.1 Credit Requirements Revision: 2nd Reading 2.3 C. BP 6145 Co-Curricular and Interscholastic Programs Revision: 1st Reading 2.3 D. Student School Board Representative 2.2
XI. Public Comments On Non-Agenda Items XII. Board Comments
XIII. Agenda Items for Next Meeting
XIV . Date, Time & Location of Next Meeting XV. Adjournment
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