The charges stem from federal and state investigators searching Neese’s home in December of 2019.
“The city is hard pressed to take on any new obligations without adequate funding,” Kirk Duncan says.
“It is just a really special place,” says Darren Snyder, UAF Cooperative Extension agent.
“These kiddos are going to get to finish and complete their term of service and feel valued,” says Sitka AmeriCorps Coordinator Faith Lee.
Nineteen AmeriCorps volunteers throughout the state were told their positions, including stipends and benefits, could end on Monday.
Acting board chair Matt Smith says the board is fighting as hard as it can to keep SAGA alive.