Backers of a citizens’ initiative to re-establish an Alaska Coastal Management Program have submitted nearly 34,000 signatures to the state Division of Elections. The Alaska Sea Party held a news conference in Anchorage on Tuesday to announce the total, which is about 8,000 more than the group needs to place the measure on this year’s statewide ballot.
The second session of the 27th Alaska State Legislature begins Tuesday. The House of Representatives will gavel in at 1 p.m. The Senate comes in at 1:30.
Organizers of a citizen’s ballot initiative to restore Alaska’s coastal management program have well over the number of signatures required to put it on the statewide ballot.
The legislative session begins today (Tuesday) in Juneau, with a lot on the plate of lawmakers. And Juneau Senator Dennis Egan is right in the thick of things.
Another item has been added to a list of possible state funding requests the Juneau Assembly plans to submit to the legislature this year. Meanwhile, another item is a candidate to come off the list.
Backers of a citizen’s initiative to re-establish the Alaska Coastal Management Program have unleashed a full-court press to collect nearly 26-thousand signatures needed to put the measure on this year’s statewide ballot.
The group behind a citizens’ initiative to re-establish an Alaska Coastal Management Program plans to have signature gatherers in every corner of the state.
Rear Admiral Ostebo says icebreakers are key to U.S. presence in Arctic.
Alaska’s Lieutenant Governor pressed Congress Thursday for new icebreaker ships to operate in the Arctic.
Governor Sean Parnell and First Lady Sandy Parnell will host the annual holiday open house at the Governor’s mansion next Tuesday, December 6th from 3 to 6 p.m.