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Organizers needed 28,000 signatures to apply with the state to advance the recall effort.
Dunleavy-signed capital budget includes vetoes, partial funding for local programs
Lisa Murkowski talks PFD, Pebble and what’s happening in the Senate.
Negotiations between school district and associations have snagged on rising cost of health care.
Kenai has seen a nearly 40% decrease in the average rainfall for the area from June to August.
Those interested in running can contact their local city clerk to file for candidacy.
The grant program supports management, research and outreach campaigns for conservation of wildlife.
As labor negotiations continue, school district details impacts of work stoppage
The decision to put the measures on the ballot was approved at Tuesday’s assembly meeting.
‘This resolution is communicating to the governor the impact some of his vetoes have to the borough.’
Student representatives are offered a vote, however it is only an advisory vote.
Six youth from across Alaska were celebrated for their community service efforts.
The ordinance would end the offering of invocations before the beginning of assembly meetings.
The two had gone canoeing on the river
The ban is effective until 11:59 p.m. Aug. 15.
‘You don’t have to be a scientist or a researcher … It’s open to anyone.’
Ordinance would increase the maximum amount subject to borough sales tax from $500 to $1,000.
“We really want answers, but we’re being patient with the processes.”
The group was established Jan. 8, and tasked with researching ways to increase voter participation.
Babcock said he’s excited to serve in his new role.