Business for Sale: Gold Digger Mine and Dine For more information see https://www.skagway.forsale/
Downtown Skagway Space available for lease: 1200SF retail space next to Eagles Hall. Great location in the heart of Skagway’s Historic District between 5th and 6th Ave. on Broadway. This is for the south retail in the Kelly Block Building. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text Jim at 907-612-0114.(1cb)
RETAIL SPACE ON BROADWAY for lease. See info at: www.skagwayrealestate.net. (1cb)
FOOD BANK DONATIONS WELCOME. Donations may be sent to the Food Bank, PO Box 200, Skagway, AK 99840. The local Food Bank helps those in need with groceries. If you need assistance, or know anyone who needs assistance, at any time of year, call any pastor or 907-612-0313.
Intent to use USDA Forest Service, Secure Rural Schools Title III Funding:
As required by the Secure Rural Schools Act (SRS Act) reauthorization, P.L. 115-141, signed into law on March 23, 2018, and following the initiation of Title III funds for this use by the Borough Assembly on September 17th, 2020, the following is the public announcement of the Municipality of Skagway’s intent to use Title III funds: The municipality is proposing to use Title III funds to Purchase a Polaris Utility Emergency Response Vehicle with tracks and a transportation trailer.The Emergency Rapid Response Vehicle is a Polaris with tracks allowing Emergency Response personnel to navigate both common and less commonly used terrain in a safer manner for patient rescues.In addition, this vehicle would allow access to areas that we currently cannot get to, aiding in wildland fire suppression and in some cases, residential structure protection. With the tracks specified, this Emergency Response Vehicle can be utilized year round. This advertisement will be published for the required 45-day period.Please contact the Borough Treasurer with comments at 907-983-2297 or email@example.com.
Notice of Utility Tariff Filing
The REGULATORY COMMISSION OF ALASKA (Commission) gives notice that Goat Lake Hydro, Inc. (GLH) filed TA6-521, a revenue requirement study based on a 2019 test year. With TA6-521, GLH proposes a 29.87 percent increase to its energy rate from $0.08666 to $0.11250 per kWh on a permanent basis. GLH is not requesting an interim rate change.
GLH currently calculates its energy rate using a Rate Stabilization Methodology (RSM), which defers costs to future ratepayers. With TA6-521, GLH proposes to phase out the RSM and calculate the rate using the traditional ratemaking methodology. GLH proposes to amortize the RSM asset balance over a ten-year period.
This notice may not contain all requested revisions and the Commission may approve a rate or classification which varies from that proposed. You may obtain more information about this filing by contacting Steven J. Kramer, Senior Director – Regulatory Affairs for BBL Hydro, at 901 N. Leatherleaf Loop, Suite 201, Wasilla, AK 99654; phone: (907) 864-3211. The complete filing is also available for inspection at the Commission’s office at 701 West 8th Avenue, Suite 300, Anchorage, AK 99501; phone: (907) 276-6222, or may be viewed at the Commission’s website at http://rca.alaska.gov by typing “TA6-521” in the Find a Matter search box.
To comment on this filing, please file your comments by 5p.m., by October 23, 2020, at either the Commission address given above or via our website at:
Please reference TA6-521 and include a statement that you have filed a copy of the comments with GLH at its address given above.
Individuals or groups of people with disabilities, who require special accommodations, auxiliary aids or service, or alternative communication formats, please contact Valerie Fletcher-Mitchell at (907) 276-6222, toll-free at 1-800-390-2782, TTY/Alaska Relay: 7-1-1 or 1 (800) 770-8973, or send a request via electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 16, 2020.
DATED at Anchorage, Alaska, this 29th day of September, 2020.