Homer City Council

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An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday against three Homer City Council members seeking to halt a recall election next month. Council members Donna Aderhold, David Lewis and Catriona Reynolds are subjects of a recall election sparked over two resolutions they crafted and sponsored.

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A decision in the Homer City Council recall case could come as soon as Monday, just a month before voters are scheduled to decide whether to oust council members Donna Aderhold, David Lewis and Catriona Reynolds.

Aaron Bolton, KBBI News

The group leading a recall effort to oust three Homer City Council members held a rally Saturday in downtown homer. Heartbeat of Homer, the newly formed political action party, has also been granted standing in a lawsuit against the city.

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What are the challenges businesses face in Homer? That’s what the Homer Economic Development Advisory Commission hopes to answer by surveying business owners in the city.

Commissioner Rachel Lord presented a plan to the Homer City Council Monday that would survey businesses within city limits.

The commission hopes the data collected will help the city better understand ways it can help businesses.

“Our job growth and our economic development really is going to likely come most from the success and retention of the businesses we currently have,” Lord said.

City of Homer

The city of Homer is moving forward with a lawsuit. The city council held a special meeting Tuesday, May 2, to discuss its options.


The American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska is backing the suit on behalf of the three council members facing recall: David Lewis, Donna Aderhold, and Catriona Reynolds.



Listen to a recording of Monday night's Homer City Council meeting.

Commentary: City Council Recall

Apr 5, 2017
City of Homer, Alaska

A recall petition naming Homer City Council members, Aderhold, Lewis and Reynolds
is under review by the city of Homer. Homer resident, Brenda Dolma has this commentary.

The views expressed in this commentary are the speaker's own
and do not reflect the views of KBBI, its staff, board or volunteers.

KBBI welcomes submissions of commentary on this or any subject of local interest.
To submit a commentary, email kathleen@kbbi.org.

Proposed Naval Training Causes Concern

Jan 13, 2017
U.S. Navy

Homer City Council passed a resolution on Aug. 8, formally requesting changes to US Navy training exercises in the Gulf of Alaska. The proposed training area is 24 nautical miles from the Kenai Peninsula shoreline, just south of Prince William Sound and east of Kodiak Island. It covers over 59,000 square miles, an area slightly larger than the state of Georgia.

LEDs Will Light Up Homer Harbor Next Year

Oct 14, 2016
Photo courtesy of G. Franklin de Matos

Homer will soon join the list of U.S. cities making the switch to LED lights.

On Oct. 10, the Homer City Council passed an ordinance authorizing the installation of new LED lights on seven high mast poles around the Homer Harbor.

Zak Discusses Hopes for Term as Mayor

Oct 13, 2016
Photo Courtesy of City of Homer

Bryan Zak was elected Mayor of Homer during the regular municipal election on Oct. 4 and sworn into office at the Oct. 10 City Council meeting. He will serve a two-year term. KBBI News Director, Daysha Eaton talks with Zak about his hopes for his term as mayor.