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Peter Micciche

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

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Senator Peter Micciche

Sen. Micciche Calls for Halt to DPS Plan to Centralize 911 Service

SOLDOTNA – Senator Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, this week urged the leadership of Alaska Department of Public Safety (DPS) to halt their plan that would centralize 911 response services and, instead, work with experts, stakeholders and lawmakers on a better, more comprehensive solution....  Full Story >>

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Sen. Micciche Commends Alaska LNG Milestone

JUNEAU – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) announced today it had authorized the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) to liquefy and export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the North Slope.  Full Story >>

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Alaska Senators Commend LNG Project Milestone

JUNEAU – The Alaska Gasline Development Corporation (AGDC) hit a milestone today with the release of a critical federal permit for an Alaska LNG export project.  Full Story >>

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Alaska Senate Approves Update of Alcohol Industry Rules

JUNEAU – The Alaska Senate today unanimously passed a bill to modernize laws that govern Alaska’s alcohol industry.  Full Story >>

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Sen. Micciche Calls Meeting with Officials over Wildfire Management

SOLDOTNA – Senator Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, sent a letter Thursday requesting a meeting with federal officials to investigate why efforts to fully extinguish the Swan Lake Fire were significantly scaled back in June.  Full Story >>

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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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Peter Micciche

District O, Republican

Residency: Soldotna, Alaska

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SB 88 ~ Administrative Appeals  Bill Text

Senate Bill 88 is a “good government” bill to improve the process for hearing administrative appeals in Alaska This bill updates the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) statutes to address due process...

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SB 137 ~ Extending the Termination Date of the Board of Parole  Bill Text

Upon review of the recent Legislative Audit summary and the full audit report of the Alaska Board of Parole, it becomes apparent that in the opinion of our auditors, the Board of Parole is serving the public’s interest...

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SB 232 ~ Personal Use Fishing Permits  Bill Text

Senate Bill 232 is aimed at addressing impacts faced by Cook Inlet communities where dipnet fisheries are prosecuted, such as additional burdens on local services, infrastructure, handling excess fish waste, litter...

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SB 177 ~ Driving without a License  Bill Text

Senate Bill 177 seeks to resolve an inconsistency by eliminating a loophole in State law that allows two drivers who have committed nearly identical crimes to receive vastly different penalties...

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SB 145 ~ Registration of Commercial Fishing Vessels  Bill Text

SB 145 removes a duplicative and confusing registration requirement for active commercial fishing vessels, which was inadvertently created by the passage of the derelict vessel bill, SB 92, in 2018...

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SB 52 ~ Alcohol Regulation  Bill Text

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

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SB 90 ~ Cook Inlet Set Net Buy Back  Bill Text

Once established, permit holders would apply for the program and 200 permits would be drawn in lottery-fashion to determine the order of permit retirement When a permit is retired, the waters where the permit was fished...

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SB 100 ~ Naming the Willard E. Dunham Residence Hall  Bill Text

Willard Dunham worked for the Alaska Department of Labor when AVTEC was founded in 1969 His passionate advocacy of Seward convinced the committee founding AVTEC to be established on the Kenai Peninsula...

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SB 16 ~ Alcoholic Beverage Licenses and Permits  Bill Text

The Alaska State Fair has been operating under the recreational site license since 1981, and the loss of the ability to serve at the annual event would be financially devastating to the State Fair...

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SB 15 ~ Grand Jury Petitions  Bill Text

Enacts a process by which a grand jury investigation is activated by the public through a well defined process and repeals and reenacts Rule 16(b)(3) concerning a prosecuting attorney’s duty to...

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