Kenai Peninsula Multi-Use Recreation Facility Proposition (2009)

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Kenai Peninsula Ordinance 20092-32 was a ballot measure that was supposed to appear on the October 6, 2009 ballot in the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska.[1]

The ballot proposal was introduced at the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly on May 19, 2009. The proposal would create a service area that would fund the construction of the multi-use reacreation facility. The facility would be a venue for multiple sports activities and events.

The ordinance must be passed by or on August 4, 2009 in order to appear on the October ballot.[2]

Assembly minutes

Assembly President Martin passed the gavel to Vice President Sprague and noted concerns regarding Ordinance 2009-32 Substitute. Vice President Sprague returned the gavel. Assembly Member Sprague spoke in support of Ordinance 2009-32.

VOTE ON MOTION TO AMEND BY SUBSTITUTION:

  • Yes: Fischer, Knopp, Long, Pierce, Smalley, Smith, Sprague, Superman, Martin
  • No: None
  • Absent: None

MOTION TO AMEND PASSED: 9 Yes, 0 No, 0 Absent[3]

Text of measure

"Shall the Kenai Peninsula Borough be authorized to exercise powers to construct, maintain and operate a multi-use facility to accommodate sport activities and events, recreational wellness opportunities, academic, cultural and entertainment activities and services in the Central Peninsula Multi-use Facility Service Area within the service area boundaries?"

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