Regenerate Alaska, a unit of Australia-based 88 Energy Ltd., relinquished the tract it acquired for over $770,000, federal officials said.
More than 200 candidates are running for state and federal offices.
The pole, representing the Lingít, Haida and Tsimshian cultures, will be dedicated June 8.
Tlingit and Haida hosts Meet the Candidates Native Issues Forum
At least 17 of the Legislature’s 60 members will be in a new position or out of office entirely by next January — and that doesn’t count anyone who loses their seat this fall.
Third-degree sexual abuse of a minor is a Class C felony punishable by two to 12 years in prison.
The decision almost certainly ends Alaska’s redistricting process for 2022.
Alaska is a globally significant reservoir and distribution point for viruses carried by birds.
“Alaska took a gargantuan step forward in updating our laws,” said John Skidmore, deputy attorney general for the Criminal Division of the Alaska Department of Law.
The budget finishes as second-largest in state history by one measure, but Dunleavy could make cuts.