The state has shared the estimate in the past — but this year they say they won’t until after announcing the length of the wolf season.
A Washington-based seafood company says the state’s fisheries resource landing tax violates a pair of provisions of the U.S. Constitution.
The agency told lawmakers earlier this year that it’s paying $566,016 a year to moor both fast ferries in Ketchikan’s private Ward Cove facility.
Last month the Forest Service started a 30-day clock to completely exempt Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Rule.
More than half of the federal money is going to GCI to build an 800-mile long undersea fiber cable stretching from Kodiak Island, along the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Chain.
Hecla Greens Creek Mine hopes to expand its tailings and waste rock storage by about 5 million cubic yards. A 45-day period for the public to examine and comment on the plan began Oct. 9.
It’s not clear when U.S. and Canadian authorities will allow cruises to resume and visit Alaska ports.
Tlingit & Haida Tribal Vice President Will Micklin called broadband “an inherent right for our tribal citizens” — and said COVID-19 had made the digital divide even more apparent.
Miners unable to travel to their leases and claims because of COVID-19 can apply for a one-year extension to pay the state.
Fish and Game’s draft plan proposes an even split between charter guides, the commercial fleet and seafood processors at 32%, with small shares set aside for subsistence and aquaculture.