Rep. Grenn’s May 3rd Newsletter: This Week: Citywide Cleanup, Coffee & More!

This week, the House Finance Committee is holding hearings to more closely compare and contrast the competing fiscal plans that have passed the House and Senate, hearing from various stakeholders on how these policy changes will impact our state’s economy. As part of this series, we’ll hear from the private sector, municipal governments, nonprofits, labor groups, and tribal representatives, in addition to presentations from the Alaska Department of Revenue and the non-partisan Legislative Finance Division.

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Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: Tuesday Morning Coffee Meetings Have Resumed

Now that the legislative session is over I am back in Anchorage and ready to continue working on state and local issues that are important to you. I have resumed my usual Tuesday morning constituent meetings at the Elim Café (at the corner of Arctic and Dimond Boulevard). If you have any issues you would like to discuss or any thoughts you would like to share, please stop by.

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