With increasing military interest in the Arctic, many coastal communities worry about the effects of large training exercises in Alaska waters.
A new ethics complaint has been filed in relation to Homer’s recent recall election. Three Homer City Council members were up for recall in June, but all three retained their seats. The complaint argues that the council members should have recused themselves from certifying the election results.
Three Homer City Council members subject of a highly contentious recall effort will retain their seats. Each council member was voted on individually.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska and the City of Homer have struck a deal following a recent court battle over a recent recall effort.
The unofficial results are out for the recall election of three Homer City Council members, but it’s too close to call until the vote is certified Friday. About 740 in-person absentee ballots were cast and another 80 were mailed out to absent voters.
An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday against three Homer City Council members seeking to halt a recall election next month.
American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska filed a suit Monday against the City of Homer. The suit targets the proposed recall of three Homer City Council members.