Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Anchorage Caucus Public Hearing this Weekend

Please join me this Saturday to share your thoughts and concerns with all Anchorage legislators. The Anchorage Caucus Public Hearing is this Saturday, February 27 from 11am to 2pm at the Assembly Chambers in the Loussac Library.

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Rep. Kawasaki’s Newsletter: Public Budget Testimony Opportunity, New Bills, University Under Attack

As we near the halfway mark of the session, the legislature bears down on the budget. The next couple of weeks will be a critical stage in the budget process as the House Finance Committee hears public testimony next week before heading to the House floor.

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Rep. Tuck’s Newsletter: Anchorage Legislative Caucus this Saturday. Also: Memorial Services for Rep. Max Gruenberg

This Saturday, February 27, I will be in Anchorage for a public meeting of the Anchorage Legislative Caucus, and later that day for my regular update on the Legislature to my friends and neighbors in House District 23. This area includes South Midtown Anchorage and the Dimond Business District.

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Rep. Wool’s Newsletter: University Facing Drastic Cuts: Here’s How You Can Be Heard

I’ve heard from almost 100 of you in the past few days opposing the proposed $60 million cut to the University of Alaska. These draconian cuts would greatly affect the way the university functions. They would cause hundreds of layoffs, severely hamper our research abilities, and have a massive impact on our local economy.

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Rep. Tarr’s Newsletter: In Memory of Representative Max Gruenberg, Jr.

We’ve had a tough week here in Juneau with the sudden loss of a member of our legislative family. On Sunday, February 14th, we lost a dear friend, Representative Max F. Gruenberg, Jr., House Minority Whip and the longest serving legislator in the Alaska House of Representatives. Max was a sweet man. He and I sat next to each other my first two years in the Legislature. He always went out of his way to see if I had any questions or if I needed help with anything. I learned so much from him during that time. It was a gift!

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Rep. Claman’s Newsletter: Saturday’s Constituent Town Hall Meeting and In Loving Memory

Please join us this Saturday, February 20th from 4 – 5pm at West High (Room C252 in the new add-on building) for a constituent town hall meeting with Senator Costello, Greg Razo (Chair of the Criminal Justice Commission), and me!

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Rep. Guttenberg’s Newsletter: Important update for Goldstream Valley

Beginning February 23rd, permafrost researchers will collect airborne electromagnetic data in the Goldstream Valley using a specialized 25 foot long geophysical instrument towed beneath a small civilian helicopter. The helicopter will carry the instrument roughly 100 feet above the ground while collecting data. The Fairbanks Federal Aviation Administration is working closely with the research team to ensure public safety. Aerial surveys will be completed by March 14th.

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