If voters and the state approve the $4 million general obligations bond, the city said it will use existing revenue sources to pay for it. The bond would fund a project to fix downtown roads and an extension to the Lake Road Fire Hall.
This round comes more than a month after PFAS levels at an airport well measured at more than double DEC's action level. King Salmon is the second Bristol Bay community to see follow-up testing for per- and polyfluorinated substances in drinking water sources.
Wells near the Dillingham airport are being tested for PFAS contamination. According to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, water that exceeds its minimum action level is not safe to drink.