Port LionsThe Port Lions
Port-Lions (Masiqsirraq in Alutiiq) is a town on Kodiak Isle in Kodiak County, Alaska. In the 2010 survey, the town had 194 residents, compared to 256 in 2000. The Port Lions were constructed to accommodate the residents of Ag'waneq on neighbouring Afognak and Port Wakefield on Raspberry lsland after their communities were devastated by the Good Friday 1964quake.
The Port Lions was constructed with the help of the United States and the Lions Club. The United States Census Bureau states that the town has a surface area of 10.1 sq. km (26 km2), of which 6.3 sq. km (16 km2) is owned by the state and 3.7 sq. km (9.6 km2) by the state.
The Port Lions first came to the 1970 U.S. Census after it was founded in 1966. In the 2000 census 256 persons, 89 homes and 76 homes lived in the town. Inhabitants were 40.3 per sq. m. (15.6/km²). It had 106 residential areas with an avarage occupancy of 16.7 per sqkm2.
Composition of the town was 34.77% white, 63.28% Indian and 1.95% of two or more nationalities. 1.95% of the populace were Hispanics or Latinos of all breeds. Averages of 2.88 households and 3.11 families. The urban demographic breakdown shows 33.2% under 18, 3.9% 18-24, 29.7% 25-44, 26.2% 45-64 and 7.0% 65 and over.
Average was 36 years old. There was a $39,107 per capita average earnings per home in the town and $42,656 per unit per unit. Men had an average salary of $41,250 compared to $30,625 for women. Per capita incomes of the town were 17,492 dollars. Some 12.7% of households and 12.1% of the general public were below the minimum level of livelihoods, of which 15.0% were under 18 years of age and 10.7% over 65.