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The money was made available under the American Rescue Plan Act.
The regulations drew safety concerns when first proposed earlier this year.
The funds were part of $2 million in beetle kill mitigation funds obtained by Sen. Lisa Murkowski.
The slide was about 250-feet wide and 6- to 8-feet thick with mud and debris.
The landslide happened on a section of road between Mileposts 49 and 51 on the Sterling Highway.
Runway 7-25 was temporarily closed earlier this year while it underwent renovations.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities said Monday it is working with business owners along the Sterling Highway to minimize the impact proposed… Continue reading
The project is aimed at improving highway safety between Sterling and Soldotna.
Native Issues Forum gets emotional for speakers.
Recent funding just scratches surface of needs.
Gov. Bill Walker and Alaska’s congressional delegation are asking for a resolution in the long-running dispute on how to build a 15-mile bypass of a… Continue reading
With a measurable amount of snow on the roadways this morning, it’s time to slow down and bust out the four-wheel drive. Drivers in Kenai,… Continue reading