Focused on city and utility employee contracts, the Nome City Council’s proposal to collect property tax on aircraft died on the table after failing to get sufficient votes.
Finances were the central topic of discussion at Nome’s Joint Utility meeting this week, in the wake of a $2.2 million line of credit extended by the Nome City Council.
An emergency work session of the Nome Joint Utility Board was called to order last week, to discuss the utility’s finances. It would appear NJUS has a cash flow problem.
The September 8 City Council meeting saw updates on a few projects in Nome—including local construction and work on the Richard Foster building.
After severe delays, Nome Joint Utility System is being paid on projects stretching back over two years.
State energy subsidies are going down, which means energy costs in Nome are going up.
Wind power in Nome has slightly declined after a wind turbine at the Banner Wind Farm toppled this weekend.
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