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Friday, August 05, 2005

Various MSB land sale programs

Now you can explore various programs and possibly own your own piece of Alaska land:

For questions regarding Land Management please call 745-9869 or e-mail us at lmb@matsugov.us.

Matanuska-Susitna Borough, Purchasing, 350 E. Dahlia Avenue,
Palmer, AK 99645



2005 OVER THE COUNTER AGRICULTURAL LAND SALE
PROJECT PACKET # 05-204
Brochures for the 2005 Over the Counter Agricultural
Land Sale Are Now Available

The 2005 OTC Agricultural Land Sale offers borough-owned land for
sale to the public. Applications to purchase may be submitted beginning at 10 am
on June 14, 2005, and ending at 3 pm on October 14, 2005 .
Instructions for submitting applications and information for each parcel,
including maps, are available in the 2005 Over the Counter Agricultural Land
Sale Brochure (#05-204).

To Obtain a Brochure:

INTERNET: Download a complete brochure
free of charge from the Borough Website, listed as Project No. 05-204 at: http://www.matsugov.us/Purchasing/bidlist.cfm
PICKUP: Purchasing Division located at the address below, weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Cost is $10.00

BY MAIL: Mail your request to PURCHASING
at the address below. Cost is $15.00 (Payable by check – Please note “2005 OTC
Agricultural Land Sale Brochure" on your check
The 2005-2006 Over-The-Counter Land Sale offers borough-owned land for sale to the public. Purchase requests may be submitted beginning at 10 a.m. on August 8, 2005, and ending at 3 p.m. on December 28, 2006. Instructions for submitting bids and information for each parcel, including maps, are available in the 2005-2006 OTC Land Sale Brochure.

Summary:
Matanuska-Susitna Borough Agricultural Land Sale Programs





Over-the-Counter Borough-Owned Land
SaleThe 2005-2006 Over-The-Counter Land Sale offers borough-owned land
for sale to the public. Purchase requests may be submitted beginning at 10 a.m.
on August 8, 2005, and ending at 3 p.m. on December 28, 2006.
Instructions for submitting bids and information for each parcel, including
maps, are available in the 2005-2006 OTC Land Sale Brochure.
To Obtain a Brochure: INTERNET: Download a complete brochure
free of charge from the Borough Website, listed as Bid No. 06-004 at: http://www.matsugov.us/Purchasing/bidlist.cfm;


PICKUP:Purchasing Division located at
the address below, weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Cost is $10.00
BY MAIL: Mail your request to PURCHASING
at the address below. Cost is $15.00 (Payable by check – Please note “2005-2006
OTC Land Sale Brochure" on your check)




Over-the-Counter Tax &
LID Foreclosure Sale
Watch this site for information on the
next sale tenatively scheduled for late summer-early fall 2005:http://www.co.mat-su.ak.us/LandManagement/sales.cfmTax & LID Foreclosure Sale COMPETITIVE TAX & LID FORECLOSURES: The next competitive Tax & LID Foreclosure Sale is scheduled for early fall 2005. Watch this site for more information.

http://www.co.mat-su.ak.us/LandManagement/sales.cfm



Tax & LID Foreclosure Sale COMPETITIVE
TAX & LID FORECLOSURES: The next competitive Tax & LID
Foreclosure Sale is scheduled for early fall 2005.  Watch this site for
more information.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Study Says Alaska food safe decades after nuclear blasts

Submitted by a reader: Three decades after officials detonated nuclear bombs under a remote Aleutian Island, a scientific panel has determined that fish and other wild foods in the area are safe to eat, according to a report issued on Tuesday.

Scientists warned, however, that regular monitoring is necessary to check whether radionuclides have begun seeping out of the cavities that were created when bombs were exploded at Amchitka Island from 1965 to 1971.

"All of the radionuclide levels that we found were well below human health standards," said Rutgers University's Joanna Burger, who led the study's biological analysis, but added "Amchitka is not a site that's going away. The contamination is (still) there."

Scientists also noted that radionuclide levels will remain low, barring a "powerful earthquake or volcanic eruption" that could speed up the release of contaminants into the environment.

It's a good thing Alaska doesn't have any powerful earthquakes or volcanic eruptions.

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It's Funny, Laugh: Liquor, Guns, Ammo and Alaska

Submitted by a reader: "A machine gun isn't typically something you would think of packing when going fishing. Then again, most people don't expect to be hunted while fishing. We're packing up our fishing poles and waders in the rental car to go stand in a frigid Alaskan river when our host, my friend's uncle, pulls out the essential piece of gear: a very large gun. When a bear comes running, he warns, "Aim for the face and don't stop till the thing is empty." Bears are no joke to Alaskans; that is, until they maul and kill a hippie, at which point locals find it hysterical. When hundreds of thousands of salmon are running up Alaskan rivers, it attracts anglers worldwide. It also attracts bears. "Granola crunchers" also backpack here to camp out and become one with nature, and more than a few have been taken out, much to the delight of permanent residents..."

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