Mayor Kelty Outlines Priorities For 3-Year Term By Laura Kraegel • Nov 23, 2016 TweetShareGoogle+Email City Clerk Cat Hazen swears Mayor Frank Kelty into office on Tuesday. Kelty will serve a three-year term. Credit Laura Kraegel/KUCB Mayor Frank Kelty was sworn in at a City Council meeting Tuesday night. KUCB's Laura Kraegel spoke with the new mayor of Unalaska about his top priorities as he takes office. Listen Listening... / 4:49 Tags: NewsALTERNATIVE ENERGYSALMONINFRASTRUCTURECITY COUNCILTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Council Certifies Runoff Victories By Kelty, Rowland By Laura Kraegel • Nov 7, 2016 Laura Kraegel/KUCB It’s official. Frank Kelty will be mayor of Unalaska, and Roger Rowland will keep his seat on the City Council. The council certified the results of the city’s runoff election at a special session Monday night. Current Mayor Shirley Marquardt was not at the meeting. She lost her reelection bid by just five votes last week, after holding the top job for more than a decade. Unalaska Continues Debate On Utility Rate Hikes, Commercial Pot By Laura Kraegel • Nov 23, 2016 Laura Kraegel/KUCB The Unalaska City Council is slowly moving closer to decisions on utility rate hikes and commercial pot regulation. At a long meeting Tuesday night, councilors dove deeply into both issues, especially how to pay for upgrades to the treatment facilities for water, wastewater, and solid waste. Sand Point Petitions To Expand City Limits, Hoping to Collect More Fish Tax Revenue By Laura Kraegel • Nov 22, 2016 Michiel1972 via Wikimedia Commons Officials in Sand Point have wanted to expand city limits for years, but they've never filed a formal petition until now.