A divided Alaska Redistricting Board has voted on House district pairings for Senate seats for the Anchorage area that one member said would leave open the board to arguments of partisan gerrymandering.
The city's first chief equity officer, Clifford Armstrong III, gave Alaska's News Source his personnel files. The mayor's spokesperson has continuously said the city is not allowed to talk about why Armstrong was fired because it is a personnel issue.
Wednesday is the deadline Mayor Dave Bronson was given to tell the Anchorage Assembly why the city's first chief equity officer, Clifford Armstrong III was fired. The assembly could consider legal action as the next step.
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.
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.
The longest serving Anchorage Assembly member, Dick Traini, has watched the debate about a proposed mask ordinance unfold over the past few days. He called the public's behavior at recent hearings "embarrassing."
Federal prosecutors argued in court documents filed Thursday that a three-judge panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals correctly ruled last month that the government had proven its case against Dylann Roof, despite his protestations on several points.
Granholm’s office says the visit Sunday and Monday is intended in part to show how investments and research and development funding “will bring jobs and help build the state’s clean, secure energy future.”