Bethel’s water and sewage delivery trucks may have to run partially full because inspection officers from the Alaska Department of Transportation said that the weight of the fully loaded vehicles is risking damage to the highway. How this will affect drivers and the residents who depend on those services is still being worked out.
On City Corner this week: an open seat on Bethel City Council to fill, a new look for to the city website, and the October 3 elections. KYUK’s municipal reporter Christine Trudeau spoke with Lori Strickler, Bethel’s very busy City Clerk.
801-B Front Street may be the new site of Bethel’s third and final liquor store. At last week's Thursday Bethel City Planning meeting, the Commission decided to grant Kusko Liquor a coveted Conditional Use Permit, pending a few conditions.