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(2/2) Village of Eyak needs several Technician 2’s (that fisheries).  3 month minimum starting late April, possible 6 month extension depending on variables.  These techs support project managers in research for fisheries, wildlife, and maybe environmental programs.  Expect travel and field work in remote areas.  Application details at nveyak.com.

(2/4) Village of Eyak would like community members to assist with administering a survey of subsistence resource use in Cordova.  It pays $15 per hour.  Each survey takes 1-2 hours, and you’ll likely do 3 surveys per day, along with other duties.  Be available for at least 2 weeks starting the 4th.  Must have high school diploma and basic computer skills, willing to call and knock on doors.  Training will be provided.  Contact NVOE for application details.

(2/11) Village of eyak needs an office systems coordinator for ilanka clinic.  regular, full time, with benefits.  Duties include billing review, and supervision of the front desk staff.  Five years progressive office experience in the heal care field preferred.  Full details at nveyak.com.

(2/11) Village of Eyak needs several Technician 3’s (that fisheries).  3 month minimum starting late April, possible 6 month extension depending on variables.  This is a senior tech position.  Must have at least one year as DNER tech 2 with NVE.  Application details at nveyak.com.

(2/25) The CEC Board of Directors is considering a 2% rate increase to the CEC Tariff to maintain financial health and operation. CEC is having a public hearing on Wednesday, February 25, at 5:30 p.m. at the Cooperative’s headquarters on Second Street to receive input from the membership concerning the proposed Tariff changes. Written or verbal comments are solicited. Please contact the CEC office at 5555, or write CEC at PO Box 20.

(3/3) Cordova Regular Election, March 03, Cordova public library meeting room,7:00 am to 8:00 pm.  More-detailed posted notices are located in the City Hall Lobby, Cordova Public Library, the Cordova Post Office, and cityofcordova.net.  For more information, contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@cityofcordova.net or 424-6248.

Cordova has 2 basic zones for dog control.  In outlying areas, dogs are not required to be restrained, however owners are required to prevent their pet from entering private property: that's northeast past Skaters Cabin on Power Creek Road, North past the Baler on Whitshed Road, and East past Mavis Island on Copper River Highway.  In all other areas in the City, dogs are required to be either restrained or confined.

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