Former Fish and Game commissioner seeks Kodiak job

The Associated PressOctober 26, 2011 

KODIAK -- A former commissioner for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is seeking to become the fisheries analyst for Kodiak Island.

The Kodiak Daily Mirror reports Denby Lloyd interviewed Monday before a joint meeting of the city council and the borough assembly.

The joint position was put out for proposals in July. Only Lloyd and a Seattle firm responded, and the firm wasn't invited to interview. Borough and city officials will meet Thursday to finalize details for the contracted position, which awaits approval from both governing bodies.

Lloyd was charged in August 2010 with, and later pleaded guilty to, driving under the influence in Juneau; a reckless endangerment charge was dropped. Lloyd resigned from the commissioner's post in December, calling it his retirement.

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