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Councilmen discussed the ordinance regarding rezoning portions of property in Nome for commercial use. Photo credit: Davis Hovey, KNOM (2016)

City Council Approves Zoning Changes for Five Nome Blocks

Portions of five Nome city blocks will be rezoned from general use to commercial use, following an August 30th ordinance from the Nome Planning Commission and approval on Monday from the City Council. Also approved on Monday: monthly stipends for city employees who also hold elected or appointed positions.

Nome Mayor Richard Beneville signs six resolutions at City Council Meeting on June 27, 2016. Photo: Margaret DeMaioribus/KNOM

Nome Visitors Center Contract Approved

City Manager Tom Moran weighed in on the operation of the Nome Visitors Center, saying, “I think the issue is with getting people to Nome, I think maybe they are doing a less than perfect job of that, but when people get to Nome, they are doing a very good job catering to their needs.”

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