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Spotted in NEJC: Birds! Deer!

first_imgWe’ve gotten a handful of cool submissions from readers who have spotted wildlife out and about in northeast Johnson County lately.Let’s start with this trio of deer that showed up in a Roeland Park front yard Monday morning around 49th Street and Wells: Reader Mark Athon spied a owl in all of its glowing-eyed glory perched atop a new house on Delmar in Prairie Village a few days ago:And photographer David Mootz passed along this great shot of a Carolina Wren making a stop by his Roeland Park backyard:last_img read more

Borough Will Reconsider Vote on Moving Hospital Boundaries

first_imgTestimony from Homer was mostly from South Peninsula Hospital employees who spoke of SPH’s partnership with the Ninilchik clinic and the negative impacts SPH would suffer if it lost the tax revenue from Ninilchik residents. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A last minute request from Soldotna Assemblyman Dale Bagley could overturn a Tuesday evening vote which would leave Ninilchik residents in the South Peninsula Hospital Service Area. Ninilchik residents who would be affected by the change testified that they’ve been paying the significantly higher mill rate of South Peninsula Hospital since the lines were drawn in 1969, but they live closer to CPH and use Soldotna’s services. During the 1969 vote, Ninilchik residents were overwhelmingly against being included in the SPH service area, but were overwhelmed at the polls by Homer voters. The vote will be taken up for reconsideration at the Assembly’s next meeting in August. If it is approved at that time, the issue will be put to area voters. During closing comments, Bagley requested reconsideration of the vote. Sterling Assemblyman Stan Welles was absent on Tuesday. His vote would break the tie. The vote failed on a 4-4 stalemate with Bagley in the minority. Bagley, Holmdahl, Johnson, and Knopp voted in favor of moving the boundary line closer to the half-way point between Soldotna and Homer, reasoning that residents who live closer to Soldotna should pay their taxes to Central Peninsula Hospital. Asm. Bagley(Soldotna): “I think if I lived in that area all these years, I would be extremely upset and I think I’d like to tell people that live in Homer and other Assembly Members to put yourself in the shoes of people that live in that area. It is a fairness issue and I don’t know how it couldn’t have passed tonight, but I guess everyone has different views in life.”last_img read more

Triple bundles of twin joy

first_imgBy ANEEKA SIMONIS IT’S not often multiple sets of twins are born at a time in St John of God…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Open heart and open home

first_imgBy Cam Lucadou-Wells Mick Morland, OAM, – Casey’s two-time-mayor with the iconic moustache – has been remembered as more than…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img