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In December of 1998, the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly adopted the KPB Trail Plan as an element of the Boroughs Comprehensive Plan ( KPB Ordinance 98-62 ). A Comprehensive Plan is an official document designed to be used as a policy guideline for making orderly and desirable decisions concerning the future use of land in the Borough. Adopted goals and policies indicate the direction for which we are planning and recommended courses of action to pursue. Background information is included for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute statements of policy or goals. Inclusion of any specific trail ...
Known around the world as "The Eagle Lady," Jean Keene, 85, died in her Spit home Jan. 13. Originally from Minnesota, Keene came to Alaska in 1977, settling in her motorhome at the Homer Spit Campground. During the winter of 1977-1978, she began feeding eagles near her home. The practice attracted attention from eagles, drew photographers and visitors from all corners of the earth that came to photograph Keene and the birds, and stirred opposition from those against the activity. The Homer City Council eventually passed an ordinance banning feeding of eagles and other birds. ... Read More
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