Leaders of the Anchorage Assembly have sent a letter to Mayor Dave Bronson saying they don't recognize the firing of the city's first chief equity officer, and asking Bronson for his grounds for firing him.
Seniors in Alaska have an estimated $3 billion annual impact to the state according to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation and with the older population continuing to rise, more resources will be needed.
After two years of pandemic buying online and a strain on global supply chains, customers and shop owners are finding their goods being delivered months after being ordered. In Alaska it means fewer Christmas toys and shortages of parts for things like helmets.
A little more than a week after Anchorage's first chief equity officer was fired and replaced by the Bronson administration, Clifford Armstrong III updated his LinkedIn profile with an article he wrote about the reasons he believes he was let go.