Nome was dark for about twenty minutes last week due to inclement weather conditions.
A 2015 audit finds no weaknesses, deficiencies, or noncompliance by NJUS operations.
No more planned power outages are expected, but pole maintenance continues along the Nome-Council Road.
All previously-announced unofficial Municipal election results are now official, including Chuck Wheeler’s appointment to Seat D of the Utility Board, despite Carl Emmon’s challenge to Wheeler’s candidacy and the election results. The official results were canvassed during a City Council special session on Thursday at noon.
Nome City Council will hold a special session to canvass the votes on Thursday at noon and deliberate on Chuck Wheeler’s eligibility to run as a candidate for the Utility Board.
These are unofficial results. The Nome City Council will meet on Thursday, October 6th at 12 o’clock noon for a Special Session to canvass the results of the October 4th election.
As new noise, firearm, and marijuana ordinances are readied for public consumption, the city council is preparing to interview two candidates for the city manager job.
“Basically we need to figure out how to get $1 million closer than we are today,” Utility Manager John Handeland said of the group’s 2015 budget.
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