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Allison wins Cordova mayoral race by 2 votes

Cordova City Council voted unanimously Wednesday, March 16, to certify the results of the 2022 mayoral election in favor of candidate David Allison.

Cordova Council discusses local election, south harbor project

Cordova City Council convened March 2 to discuss myriad of topics, including the south harbor rebuild. The city is intent on keeping the project rolling and is on a quest for more funding. An overwhelming majority of Cordovans voted yes on Proposition 1, which allows the city to take a $2 million dollar Department of Environmental Conservation loan.

Polls open for Election Day in Cordova

Cordova residents go to the polls on March 1 to elect a new mayor, city council members and school board members and to decide on a $2 million ballot proposition to help finance rebuilding of the city’s South Harbor. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Cordova Center Community Room A.

City considers ways to raise fund, cut costs for South Harbor rebuild

Cordova City Council discussed future funding from the state of Alaska and movement on the South Harbor Project at its Feb. 16 meeting.

Around Town: Cordova General Election, movie night is back, new support group

Pizza and a Movie Night This event is back on and will take place starting at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 25 at the North Star...

Filing period closes for Cordova’s March 1 election

Cordova residents go to the polls on March 1 to elect a new mayor, city council members and school board members and to decide on a $2 million ballot proposition to help finance rebuilding of the city’s South Harbor.

Koplin: New mayor should be supporter of fisheries

When it comes to major accomplishments during his six years as mayor of Cordova, Clay Koplin is quick to say he’s throwing those kudos right back to the community.

Sherman unseats Jones from city council

Challenger Cathy Sherman has defeated Councilman Ken Jones in the Cordova Regular Election.

City council contest too close to call

The contest for City Council Seat B will not be decided until outstanding ballots have been counted, officials announced.

Sherman promises to champion city employees if elected

“I’d like to see us be more financially sustainable, and I don’t think more taxes are the answer,” Cathy Sherman said. “This is an expensive place to live as it is, and I’d like to see us driving some more economic development within the community… I value the city employees and how hard everybody works here, and I don’t think that the answer to our budget woes is cutting more positions.”