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Session Office

January 21 - April 20

  • Phone: 907.465.2828
  • Fax: 907.465.4779
  • State Capitol Room 514
  • Juneau AK, 99801

Interim Office

April 21 - January 20

  • Phone: 907.283.7996
  • Fax: 907.283.3075
  • 145 Main Street Loop Ste. 217 Room 226
  • Kenai AK, 99611

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Personal Profile

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Peter A. Micciche

Senate District O, Republican

Residency: Soldotna, Alaska

Family:

  • Erin Micciche (wife), Madeline(18), Sophia(7) and Lucia(5)

Occupation

  • Mayor, City of Soldotna (2008-2013)
  • Superintendent, ConocoPhillips Kenai LNG
    Facility/Asset and Operating Integrity
  • Commercial Salmon Fisherman (Drift Gillnet)

Length of Residency in Alaska

  • 30 Years

Alaskan Communities Lived in:

  • Central Kenai Peninsula (1982-Present)

Education:

  • Alaska Pacific University, B.A. Business (Org) Management (Summa cum Laude)

Political and Government Positions

  • Soldotna City Council: 2007-08
  • Soldotna Mayor: 2008-2013
  • Kenai River Special Management Area Board
  • National Fire Protection Association Standards Council (LNG)
  • USCG Area Maritime Security Committee
  • Kenai Peninsula Economic Development District Board
  • Regional Suicide Prevention Team
  • Alaska Partnership for Infrastructure Protection
  • Kenai Peninsula Local Emergency Planning Committee

Business and Professional Positions:

  • 1994-present – Commercial salmon drift gillnet fisherman
  • 1982-present – Natural gas/LNG positions from roustabout to LNG Superintendent
  • 1983-present – Small Businessman (restaurant, snow plowing, commercial painting, residential rentals)

Service Organization(s) Membership:

  • Sons of the American Legion
  • Soldotna Rotary
  • NRA
  • Boys and Girls Clubs (Board)
  • Soldotna /Kenai/Homer Chambers of Commerce

Special Interests:

  • Sport Fishing, Hunting, Ice Hockey, Youth Development, Economic Development, Fish Habitat, Veteran and Senior Issues

 

Personal Legislation

SB 1 ~ Regulation of Smoking

SB 1 seeks to safeguard working Alaskans and their children from the adverse health effects of secondhand smoke providing a statewide smoke-free workplace law for businesses and public places.

SB 5 ~ Loss of Income and Valuing Property for Orders of Restitution

SB 5 strengthens Alaska’s restitution laws; helps restore crime victims to a pre-offense condition; and protects the property interests of all Alaskans.

According to the Department of Public Safety’s annual report, Crime in Alaska 2013, Alaskans suffered over 23 million dollars in loss due to property crimes in 2013, up more than 12% from 2011. Surely we need to do all we can to ensure our laws work for, and not against, restitution to victims of property crimes.

SB 9 ~ Political Party Material in the Official Election Pamphlet

Senate Bill 9 repeals the authority to include advertising from a political party in the election pamphlet. The election pamphlet produced by the Division of Elections is intended to provide information about candidates, initiatives and judges to help voters be knowledgeable about matters that will be on their election ballot

SB 86 ~ Motor Fuel Tax & Refined Fuel Surcharge

This bill proposes a surcharge of .8 cent per gallon on refined fuels distributed in the state. Fuel distributors already file and pay taxes on motor fuels each month. This bill anticipates that the surcharge will be collected from the same distributors and reported on the same forms, reducing implementation costs and maximizing efficiency for both the payers and the State. All funds collected will be deposited in the Response Fund’s Prevention Account.