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City of Homer threatens to sue aviation company

...company was four or five months behind on rent when it left in February and owed the city about $20,000, city manager Walt Wrede told KBBI."We thought that things were going well for them here," he said. "We found out about them leaving through...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2013-07-30/city-homer-threatens-sue-aviation-compa
State
Endeavour rig operator files lawsuit for non-payment

...said Spartan Offshore Drilling has signed a letter of intent to assume operations of the Endeavour.Homer City Manager Walt Wrede said the announcement got the city's attention and prompted a Friday morning teleconference with Buccaneer officials...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2012-12-23/endeavour-rig-operator-files-lawsuit-no
State
Homer supports move to expand bear sanctuary

...of Homer also supports the bill. Bear viewing has become an important part of the local economy, said city manager Walt Wrede. It's not just the money spent on bear-viewing tours, Wrede said. It's also the money spent to stay in hotels...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021807/out_20070218004.shtml
Outdoors
Homer city council prepares to treat emails as public record, rewriting pre-Internet city code

...public records of all public agencies are open to inspection by the public under "reasonable rules." City Manager Walt Wrede said the city clerk will be responsible for archiving electronic media, an addition to the staff's workload that hasn't...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2011-06-18/homer-city-council-prepares-treat-email
State
Homer residents hoping to get funds to elude vacating of Boys & Girls Club space

...free-of-charge rent, maintenance and utilities."It was seen as a really good thing at the time," Homer City Manager Walt Wrede said of obtaining the structure. "The city wanted the building and had some good ideas about how it could be used...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2011-11-21/homer-residents-hoping-get-funds-elude-
State
Homer eagles to be fed another 60 days

...Tarola called the city, and though it was painful for Keene to ride to town, the two of them visited City Manager Walt Wrede's office. Once they explained the situation, Wrede said, Tarola was allowed to continue.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012309/sta_380704012.shtml
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