A town hall Monday at the Loussac Library was the third and final in Anchorage’s current round of discussions surrounding the Clean Slate Strategy to get unhoused residents sheltered by the start of winter.
Weather conditions over southeast Alaska remain on the calm side as the week starts. Temperatures hit the 70s in southcentral. Temperatures were also making it into the 70s for the interior too, and that will remain the case over much of the week. Anchorage saw its warmest day since August of last year....299 days! We hit 68 for the official high in Anchorage.
Alaska’s congressional delegation is responding to a report of Chinese spies trying to access one of the state’s military bases. According to USA Today, Chinese citizens posing as tourists “have made several attempts” to snoop on American military bases in recent years including in Fairbanks.
Two vacationing couples — including sisters — and a fishing boat captain were on a charter boat found partially submerged off southeast Alaska over the weekend amid rough seas, family members said Wednesday.
Alaska’s cool and wet weather in May and now June, has had a very positive effect. Fire danger is at very low levels. Multiple low pressure systems engulf the state, from the Aleutians to interior to the Gulf of Alaska.
The Complex Behavioral Health Community Task Force has been working on recommendations to address the behavioral health needs of people experiencing homelessness, as well as those at risk of becoming homeless.