Demboski’s 24-page lawsuit includes new allegations, including that the mayor gave his “tacit approval” for his then-chief of staff to have an “improper relationship with a subordinate.”
With so few lots available for mobile homes, one resident expects that many of his neighbors will end up living in their cars.
The company is currently looking at building another large solar project on the Kenai Peninsula.
The Wall Street Journal reported last month that buyers in Japan and South Korea aren’t confident in the project, and don’t plan to make investments or sign contracts.
It was a terrible year for growing pumpkins. Marshall’s largest barely topped 2,000 pounds.
The blast damaged nearby buildings and could be heard miles away.
Continuing rains this summer could produce significant flooding in parts of Southcentral Alaska this weekend.
The ombudsman also says he believes there may have been a violation of state election law, and he’s forwarding his findings to the state Office of Special Prosecutions.
The hunters spent about two hours “just hanging on to a cliff face” thousands of feet above the ground.
A tsunami could overrun parts of the coast in the Anchorage area if a large enough earthquake hit in the right place during a high tide in Cook Inlet.