Rep. Seaton’s October 3rd Newsletter: Town Halls Oct 5 and Community Assistance Meetings

Town Halls Oct 5: I hope to see you at one of the town halls on Thursday! Office of Management & Budget Director, Pat Pitney, will also be joining me. We will be discussing the upcoming special session, state finances, and other issues affecting District 31. I look forward to meeting with you and answering your questions.

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NEWS: Representative Paul Seaton to Host Constituent Town Halls

Homer – Representative Paul Seaton (R-Homer) invites Peninsula community members and neighbors to two public town hall meetings on Thursday, October 5. Rep. Seaton will be joined by Alaska Office of Management and Budget Director Pat Pitney at both events. The first town hall will take place in the Ninilchik Senior Center from 12:00-2:00 p.m., during and after the Senior lunch. The second town hall will take place at the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center in Homer from 7:00-9:00 p.m.

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Rep. Seaton’s September 18th Newsletter: Town Halls Oct. 5

Greetings! I hope you can join me at one of the two town halls I am hosting on October 5 in District 31. Office of Management & Budget Director, Pat Pitney, will also be joining me. I look forward to meeting with you and answering your questions on the state’s budget, District 31 issues, and the upcoming Special Session #4.

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Rep. Seaton’s August 31st Newsletter: Special Session #4

Greetings! As you may have heard, the Governor may call a Special Session #4 which will be focused on a not yet disclosed revenue measure, or measures, to fill the projected $2.7 billion budget gap. The anticipated start date is Oct 23. Click here to read our House Majority Coalition press release. I will share more information with you as soon as its released by the Governor.

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Rep. Seaton’s End of Session Newsletter

Greetings from your District 31 Representative. It has been a long, tough legislative session. The House and Senate were able to come to a compromise on some items, but there are several key pieces which were not resolved. The decisions the state faces are difficult ones and will affect all Alaskans and our future.

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Rep. Seaton’s July 28th Newsletter

On Thursday the legislature gaveled themselves back in for the third special session and passed the FY18 capital budget (SB 23). This year’s capital budget is the smallest since 2000 according to the Legislative Finance reports available online, but it leverages $1.2 billion in federal funds to keep our roads, highways, and water systems in working order.

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