Peter Micciche

Representing Kenai, Soldotna, Seward, Nikiski, Funny River, Sterling, Cooper Landing & Moose Pass

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Schools Gain New Tool to Fill Vacancies

Today Governor signed a bill allowing school districts to temporarily fill vacancies with qualified retired teachers.  Full Story >>

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Bill Ensuring Clean Air in the Workplace Becomes Law

ANCHORAGE – A bill to protect Alaskans from the adverse health effects of secondhand smoke in the workplace was signed into law this week by Gov. Bill Walker.  Full Story >>

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Bill to Reduce Regulatory Burden on Working Alaskans Becomes Law

ANCHORAGE – A bill to reduce the state’s regulatory burden on barbers, hairdressers, hair braiders and those with student loans was signed into law today by Gov. Bill Walker.  Full Story >>

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Legislature Provides School Districts with Tool to Fill Vacancies

JUNEAU – The Alaska Legislature this week passed a bill allowing school districts to temporarily fill vacancies with qualified retired teachers.  Full Story >>

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Legislature Supports Better Policy for Alaskans with Disabilities

JUNEAU – The Alaska Legislature this week provided Alaskans with disabilities greater flexibility to receive those services best suited for their needs instead of standard service bundles.  Full Story >>

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Sen. Micciche: We Took Down the ‘Welcome to Alaska’ Sign for Criminals

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Invitation to help improve Alaska's alcohol laws

Alcohol and substance abuse destroy individual lives, families and adversely affect communities. It is also a key cost driver in several state departments responsible for responding to the resulting carnage. Although we have noticed the increase of opioid abuse in our state, alcohol remains the single greatest destructive and most abused substance in Alaska.  Full Story >>

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Senate majority committed to safe communities

The Senate Majority stands with Alaskans who have become frustrated with the increase in drug-related property crimes, which began trending upward in 2012.  Full Story >>

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State alcohol law rewrite continues

Now, Senator Micciche is making the rounds to discuss ongoing work on Title 4, with a Nov. 15 deadline for the final legislation to be ready.  Full Story >>

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Peter Micciche

District O, Republican

Residency: Soldotna, Alaska



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SB 76 ~ Alcohol Statute Rewrite  Bill Text

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...


SB 185 ~ Re-employment of Retired Educators  Bill Text

This bill will allow school districts to re-employ educators who are retired for six months if the educator is younger than age 62 or for 60 days if the educator is aged 62 years or older Effectively this will allow school...


SB 92 ~ Derelict Vessels Act  Bill Text

Alaska has become home to an ever-aging fleet of vessels These vessels have become uneconomical to operate and therefore remain moored in public harbors or grounded in State tidelands We have an increasing number of...


SB 173 ~ Utility Poll Pesticide Regulation  Bill Text

SB173 conforms Alaska law to federal law with respect to wood poles treated with pesticides registered with the Environmental Protection Agency The legislation is drafted narrowly to apply only to a “wood utility...


SB 189 ~ Alcohol Licensing for Hospitality Providers  Bill Text

Senate Bill 189 would grandfather hospitality businesses that have been operating for at least thirty years, some for close to one hundred, and allow them to continue operating with a tourism beverage dispensary...


SB 4 ~ Licensure of Non-Chemical Barbering  Bill Text

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...


SB 64 ~ Uniform Environmental Covenants Act  Bill Text

SB 64 protects the buyer and seller of contaminated property while allowing the fullest and best use of the property until the contamination reaches safe levels The bill creates a legal mechanism to safely transfer...


SB 63 ~ Smoke-free Workplace and Employee Protection  Bill Text

SB 63 seeks to protect Alaskan employees from the adverse health effects of secondhand smoke by providing a statewide smoke-free workplace law for businesses and public places In Alaska, more people die annually from...


SB 77 ~ Second Class Borough Service Areas  Bill Text

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...


SCR 6 ~ Cooper Landing Bypass  Bill Text

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...



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