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

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Invitation to help improve Alaska's alcohol laws

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Senate majority committed to safe communities

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State alcohol law rewrite continues

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Bill about clergy and same-sex marriage meant to unite

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Micciche returns to Soldotna for town hall meeting

State Sen Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, returned from Juneau to answer questions at a wide-ranging town hall meeting in Soldotna Saturday afternoon...
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Peter Micciche's swift rise to power in the Alaska Senate

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Personal Profile


Peter A. Micciche

Senate District O, Republican

Residency: Soldotna, Alaska


  • Erin Micciche (wife), Madeline (20), Sophie (9), Lucia (6) and Stella (14 Months)


  • Superintendent, Energy Sector
  • Commercial Salmon Fisherman (Drift Gillnet)

Length of Residency in Alaska

  • 33 Years

Alaskan Communities Lived in:

  • Central Kenai Peninsula (1982-Present)


  • 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

Alaska State Senate 2013 - Present:

  • Alaska State Senate 2013 - Present:
  • Community and Regional Affairs Committee Chairman 2013-2014
  • Health and Social Services Committee Vice-Chairman 2013-2014
  • Labor and Commerce Committee Vice-Chairman 2013-2014
  • Special Committee on TAPS Throughput Co-Chairman 2013-2014
  • Resources Committee 2013 – present
  • Finance Committee Vice-Chairman 2015 -
  • Judiciary Committee 2015 -
  • Transportation Committee Chairman 2015-
  • Special Committee on In-State Energy   2013-2014
  • Special Committee on Energy Co-Chairman 2015 -
  • Legislative Council Vice-Chairman 2013-2014, Member 2015
  • World Trade and Tourism  2013 - present
  • Special World Trade Committee  2013- present
  • Finance Subcommittees
  • Natural Resources 2013-2014
  • Military and Veterans’ Affairs 2013-2014
  • Transportation and Public Facilities, Member 2013-2014, Chairman 2015
  • Health and Social Services Chairman 2015 -
  • Fish and Game 2015 -
  • Task Force on Unmanned Aircraft Systems Co-Chairman 2015-
  • Ethics Committee Alternate 2015-
Personal Legislation

SB 4 ~ Licensure of Non-Chemical Barbering

Under Title 8 licensed professionals regulated by the Board of Barbers and Hairdressers (Board) must work in a licensed shop. These students or practitioners are required by statute to conspicuously display their licenses, however the shop owner is not. This inequity has led to employees being fined because, unbeknownst to them, the shop owner’s license had lapsed. SSSB4 requires the shop owner to conspicuously display the shop license, as well as the licenses of employees, renters and students.

SB 76 ~ Alcohol Statute Rewrite

SB 76 modernizes the over 35-year-old Title 4 statutes governing the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board (Board). The bill allows the Board to function more efficiently as they regulate the alcohol industry in a manner that promotes public safety and health, while supporting the alcohol industry’s continued growth and viability in today’s current climate.

This bill is the product of a five-year, unprecedented collaboration of over 100 stakeholders from a diverse group of alcohol industry representatives, public health and safety entities, local governments and advocates for youth.

SB 77 ~ Second Class Borough Service Areas

This legislation would expand the authority for second-class boroughs to exercise the local option of creating a non-taxable service area to provide emergency response along state highway corridors not covered by existing emergency services areas. In particular, this legislation would enable the Kenai Peninsula Borough to establish a service area for coordinated coverage for the almost 90 miles of the heavily traveled Seward and Sterling highways that are not within the boundaries of any established emergency services area.

SCR 6 ~ Cooper Landing Bypass

Senate Concurrent Resolution 6 has three main objectives:
1. Urges the Governor to oppose the selection of the “G” alternative for the Sterling Highway Milepost 45-60 project, otherwise known as the Cooper Landing Bypass, and to support the Juneau Creek alternative;
2. Urges the Governor to request of the United States Secretary of Interior to initiate a land exchange under the Russian River Land Act; and
3. Urges the Governor to request the Commissioner of the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT/PF) and the division administrator of the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) to reevaluate the selection of the “G” alternative.

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