An article entitled “Scope of multi-billion dollar Alaska gas line project hits home” was recently published in the Anchorage Daily News.
Point of View
t concerns us to see that our entire school has been associated with recent events.
We fully understand the anger that has grown within the community in response to these incidents; they are unacceptable and we are angry as well.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and I can't think of a better time to address our community. Haven House has been providing crisis intervention, shelter, advocacy and outreach for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence for over thirty years. For the last four years, we have also been serving victims of child sexual abuse through our Children's Advocacy Center. Our greatest wish is to be put out of business but, unfortunately, our numbers continue to rise.
Anyone coming over Baycrest Hill these days encounters a stark new addition to the Kachemak Bay skyline: Buccaneer Oil's jack-up drilling rig "Endeavour."
For some, the image harkens back to the days of Jay Hammond and the fight to put fish and the families they support before heavy industry.
For others, the rig looks like jobs and money.
Each side, of course, is right. The question then becomes what type of economic development do we want for Kachemak Bay?