Website maintenance and updates

This website will be undergoing maintenance and updates during the month of October. The website may be briefly unavailable from time to time or you may encounter temporary glitches. If you have trouble navigating around the website, the site map may help you find the information you are looking for:  Sitemap Please contact the webmaster, Amanda Johnson, if you need assistance: 907.277.7222 or by email. Our apologies for any inconvenience. Thank you for your patience while we improve our website. Print Friendly Version Read More: Website maintenance and updates

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September 2014 issue of The Observer now available

The September issue of The Observer newsletter is now online. Read about the council’s comments on recent proposed changes to the terminal’s spill contingency plan, a date has been set for the next marine fire symposium, and more: Council weighs in on terminal contingency plan changes (9/23/2014) New committee volunteer has long history with council (9/23/2014) Symposium for marine firefighters set for May (9/23/2014) Print Friendly Version Read More: September 2014 issue of The Observer now available

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Council’s board of directors met in Homer

The council’s board of directors met on September 25 and 26, 2014 at the Islands & Oceans Visitor Center in Homer, Alaska. The board will meet next in January in Anchorage. Meeting materials are available for download here:  September 2014 Meeting of the PWSRCAC Board of Directors The September agenda is available here: Final Agenda September 2014 Meeting of PWSRCAC Board of Directors Council board meetings are open to the public, except for executive sessions. An opportunity for public comments is provided at the beginning of each meeting. The councils’ board meetings are recorded and may be disseminated to the public by the council or by the news media. Print Friendly Version Read More: Council’s board of directors met in Homer

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Are you a college student interested in video production?

The council is recruiting for a Multi-Media Intern. This is a paid student internship that will run throughout the 2014-2015 school year, averaging approximately 20 hours per month. The council needs a college-level student to complete several video projects, from storyboard to videography to editing to final product. Video projects will include such subjects as a virtual Valdez Marine Terminal tour for incoming board members and volunteers, videos of youth learning about the marine environment, and more. All travel required for the videography will be paid. Print Friendly Version Read More: Are you a college student interested in video production?

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