CITY OF SAND POINT – PO Box 249 – Sand Point, AK 99661 – (907) 383-2696
Revised City of Sand Point Travel Policy – 03/11/21
People who are within 90 days of testing positive for COVID-19 or 14 days past their second vaccination or single-dose vaccination AND asymptomatic may come to Sand Point and are not required to get tested or isolate. However, the City still requests all travelers to the community to adhere to the best practices, including personal hygiene and social measure, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control. City policy does not override or supersede any private businesses or governmental regulations.
People who do not meet the above criteria are asked to isolate for 7 days and then get a negative test before resuming normal activities. After a negative test the City still requests all travelers to the community to adhere to the best practices, including personal hygiene and social measure, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control. City policy does not override or supersede any private businesses or governmental regulations.
Job Title: Temporary Security Guard
Location: Sand Point Alaska
Aurora Launch Services (ALS) is seeking to fill Temporary Security Guard positions to support a mission in the third quarter of 2020. The successful applicants will be required to work shifts, as requirements
are the area be under 24-hour coverage 7 days a week. The duration of the employment will be approximately 8 weeks.
Individual will be responsible for site security of ALS assets within a fenced are at the Sand Point School. Guard will ensure all equipment is secured when ALS employees are not present, checks of the facilities will required and logged hourly. (more…)
Subject to AS 38.05.083, the Southcentral Regional Land Office (SCRO) has made a Preliminary Decision to offer a 10-year lease to Shannon Carroll dba Trident Seafoods Corporation for a 101.92-acre, more or less, site for the operation of an aquatic farmsite for the purpose of cultivating bull kelp, sugar kelp, and ribbon kelp. The location of the project area is further described as being within the S1/2 of Section 2 and SE1/4 of Section 3, Township 54 South, Range 75 West, Seward Meridian, within Lefthand Bay, approximately 14 nautical miles northwest of the city of Sand Point, Alaska.
The public is invited to review and comment on this Decision. A copy of the Decision can be found at https://aws.state.ak.us/OnlinePublicNotices/default.aspx or is available in hardcopy upon request. Questions concerning how to comment should be directed to Brent Reynolds at (907) 269-8567, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (907) 269-8913. All comments must be received in writing at the above listed mailing address or e-mail on or before 5:00 PM on April 1, 2021.
Alaska CARES Act Information
Applications are now available.
NOAA is currently working with the US Fish and Wildlife Service to identify potentially eligible subsistence users across Alaska. Once this task is completed, subsistence applications will become available.
Applicants will be responsible for downloading or printing their applications off this site. Applicants are encouraged to complete and submit their applications electronically, although will still be permitted to print, complete by hand, and submit through traditional mail methods, i.e USPS, FedEx, UPS, etc. Applications will NOT be mailed unless explicitly requested. Given the application period is only 54 days; all applications MUST be received or at least postmarked on or before 4/23/2021 – ABSOLUTELY NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED, Commission staff highly encourage applicants to obtain the necessary documents themselves due to these time constraints and due to our limitations to review and respond to voicemails and emails promptly. (more…)
The Alaska Department of Fish & Game will hold a preseason meeting for the South Peninsula Pacific cod State-waters Fishery at 1pm Wednesday March 3, 2021. ADFG Fishery Managers Nat Nichols & Cassandra Whiteside will discuss fishery reporting requirements, number of registered vessels, weather forecast, season length predictions, etc. and will be available to answer questions.
The teleconference number for the March 3rd 1PM preseason meeting is:
From the ADFG February 1, 2021 Advisory Announcement for Emergency Order 4-GF-
“The South Alaska Peninsula Area state-waters Pacific cod pot gear season will open at
12:00 noon March 7, 2021, unless delayed by weather. If the National Weather Service
marine forecast for Area PKZ155 issued at 4:00 a.m. on March 7, 2020 contains a gale
warning, the season opening will be delayed 24 hours. Weather delays may continue on a
rolling 24-hour basis for seven days, after which the season will open regardless of the
weather forecast. The 2021 South Alaska Peninsula Area state-waters Pacific cod
guideline harvest level (GHL) is 5.28 million pounds. Pot vessels are allocated 85% of
the GHL or 4.49 million pounds. (more…)