ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Gasline Development Corp.’s board president has resigned.
Dan Fauske started working with the corporation when it was created in 2010. He resigned during a board of directors meeting Saturday morning.
Fauske’s reasons for resigning are unclear.
Gov. Bill Walker has overhauled the corporation’s board since taking office. Walker criticized Fauske’s $366,000 yearly salary during his campaign in 2014.