The city of Sand Point is hiring two (2) permanent, full-time positions; as the Water and Wastewater Supervisor as well as the City Finance Officer. Both positions require a valid driver’s license, and are open until filled. For more information, view the documents below for more information.
The Sand Point City Building, as well as all City Departments, will be closed on Monday March 29th, 2021 in observance of Seward’s Day. We will be reopening for regular business on Tuesday March 30th, 2021 at 8:30 am.
This edition of In the Loop contains information regarding EAES grant applications. If you have applied and have not yet received your payment, or would like an update on your application’s status, call Glennora Dushkin at (907) 274-7555. The deadline to file additional paperwork for this grant is December 18th, 2020. (more…)
Below is the new travel mandates for the City of Sand point, typed in text form for your convenience. You can find the original notice at the bottom of this post. Thank you.
The City of Sand Point is asking everyone to self isolate upon arrival for a 7-day period and then get tested for COVID-19.
Regular activities may resume upon confirmation of a negative test result. This request does not apply to essential workers or those involved in the commercial fishing industry; State of Alaska health mandates cover those individuals, and relevant information for those workers can be found at covid19.alaska.gov.
KSDP will be broadcasting an Aleutians East Borough fisherman’s Zoom call to answer questions from fishermen about relief programs.
The following people are scheduled to participate in the call:
â€¢ Jeffery T. Curry, Agricultural Program Manager, USDA Palmer Office
To discuss the Seafood Trade Relief Program (STRP)
â€¢ Douglas Vincent-Lang, Commissioner, ADFG
â€¢ Rachel Baker, Deputy Commissioner, ADFG
To provide updates on the CAREs Act for Fishermen & other relief programs
â€¢ Mary Tesche, Assistant Borough Administrator, AEB
To discuss the AEB Emergency Assistance program (more…)
Listen to this week’s edition of the Aleutians East Borough School Resource Network, where School Counselor Lindsey Pinkelman’s interview with Sand Point Principal DJ Emanuelson about the state of the Sand Point school, his experience, the differences between Sand Point school and schools in the lower 48 during the pandemic, and what’s coming up for the Sand Point school.
Tune in every other Monday at 12:30pm for Lindsey Pinkelman and her AEBSD School Resource Network show!
KSDP’s Austin Roof discussed the importance of the 2020 Census for majority native and rural communities in Alaska with Nicole Borromeo, the Executive Vice President and General Counsel for the Alaska Federation of Natives.