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Electric costs likely to rise through March in Cordova

Cordova Electric Cooperative is giving its customers fair warning of an anticipated 30% increase in electric bills for January through March, due to temperatures which reduce hydro power and require use of more diesel fuel.

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.

Koplin: positive on Navy presence in Cordova

In the wake of Northern Edge 2019 in the Gulf of Alaska, The Cordova Times asked Cordova Mayor Clay Koplin for his observations on how these military exercises fit into the community.

Koplin: Loss of fish tax revenues would be devastating

Legislation aimed at repealing revenue sharing of fisheries business taxes with municipalities is drawing strong criticism from leaders of fisheries-based communities, including Cordova Mayor...

Community members declare candidacy as Cordova election approaches

Cordova residents will vote on March 5, to elect their mayor, three city council members, two school board members and two members of the...

Geotechnical work completed for Crater Lake Water and Power Project

Cordova Electric Cooperative has concluded the geotechnical work needed to assess the feasibility of the Crater Lake Water and Power project site, including the...

Free car charging stations come to Cordova

In another step toward power independence the city of Cordova and Cordova Electric Cooperative marked the Solstice with the installation of four electric vehicle...

City government faces refuse disposal challenges

A broken-down baler and bears looking for a free meal are posing increased challenges for city officials dealing with the Mile 17 landfill site.Estimates...

CEC holds annual membership meeting

Cordova Electric Cooperative members voted on two new board members and bylaw revisions, and got an update on the co-op’s 2016 performance during CEC’s...

Council says ‘yes’ to fish tax, winter crab fishery

An equal split of shared state fisheries business taxes and a resolution in support of reinstating a winter crab fishery in Cordova have been...
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