Just a quick reminder of tomorrow’s East Anchorage Town Hall picnic. Drop by to hear from your East Anchorage delegation and let us know what matters to you and your family. The event is tomorrow, Tuesday, June 26th, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Lidia Selkregg Chalet (1600 Lidia Selkregg Ln). I hope to see you there; we’re buying the pizza!Read more
I hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying the beginnings of a hopefully long and sunny summer. I have been enjoying talking with folks as I see them in the neighborhood and at community events, and hearing their issues, concerns and ideas. Please know that I am always available to listen to you and work with you to find solutions to any problems you may have.Read more
In the last week, we have heard an outcry from Americans across the nation, including Alaska, in passionate opposition to the Trump Administration’s zero-tolerance policy for people attempting to enter the U.S. from the southern border to seek asylum.Read more
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
My office has been busy setting up shop in Anchorage for the interim. Some of the topics on my mind these days have been improving local infrastructure, sound environmental management, resolving our fiscal issues, and, of course, abating crime in our fair city.
Yesterday, Governor Walker signed House Bill 312, legislation I sponsored that gives practitioners, judges, and law enforcement the tools they need to address our greatest public safety needs and to protect our doctors and nurses.
Thank you to the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory for hosting the bill signing
Greetings from your District 31 Representative. The 30th Legislature wrapped up our work and gaveled out May 13. I am proud of the work the Alaska House Majority Coalition accomplished this year to support education, protect the PFD, and improve public safety. We were able to complete our work three days before the Constitutional 121-day limit through compromises with the House Minority and Senate. Several key pieces of legislation were passed to better position our state and revitalize our economy. Over $34 million was added to fight crime, drug abuse and make our communities safer. I encourage you to stay engaged as Alaska works toward a new fiscal path that is fair and sustainable. My staff and I will strive to keep you up-to-date and informed.Read more
I hope you made it to our neighborhood picnics this past weekend! The Russian Jack and Airport Heights Community Councils organized picnics in Tikishla Park and Russian Jack Park, with a park cleanup included at Russian Jack.Read more
I hope this email finds you well. As summer blooms upon us, I wanted to share some fun and exciting events that are happening in the neighborhood in the upcoming weeks.
The annual Spirit of Muldoon picnic happens this Saturday, June 16th. It runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at….