Tag: Seldovia City

Kris Lethin Explains Reasoning Behind His Quest for Annexation

| November 25, 2013 | 2 Comments

by Jenny Chissus

Seldovia has a lot going on these days, and one of the big issues swirling around in the talking circles has been the quest by local resident Kris Lethin regarding the pursuit of annexation of the entire Seldovia Recreational District into the city of Seldovia.  I thought it best to give Kris the floor, and let him explain his position and why he feels it’s a positive opportunity for Seldovia.

Should you be interested in knowing more, there are links in this article, as well as an opportunity to express your thoughts at the next City Council meeting on December 11.  But for now, I wanted to thank Kris for taking the time to answer a few questions, and get us all up to speed on his thinking so that folks can make intelligent and informed decisions on their own!

KrisLethinGazette:    Kris, there is a lot of talk about your pursuit to annex the whole Seldovia Recreational Service area into the city of Seldovia.  Tell us about your proposal.

Kris:  The Seldovia boundary (annexation) issue has been simmering for decades in Seldovia.  There’s been an assumption that nothing could be done because any effort would be turned down by those living outside of Seldovia City Limits without knowing about the constitutionally created Local Boundary Commission that was created to resolve Continue Reading

Update On Your Sea Otter Community Center

| May 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

by Sandy Murray

Last October the Seldovia Recreation Service Area was approved by a vote of the residents in the area.  Since that time a Service Area Board has been appointed by the Borough Mayor. All terms will expire in October 2012.   Members of the Board are as follows: Vivian Rojas, Sheryl Hingley, Mark Janes, Jan Wyland and Sandy Murray.  Vivian is currently the chair and Sandy and Jan share the Secretary/Treasurer position.

 The Board meets on the first Tuesday of every month at 5 PM in the SOCC. These meetings are open to the public and we encourage you to attend.    On April 24th the Board attended a three-hour long training session here in Continue Reading