Rep. Josephson’s October 11th Newsletter: Alaska’s Criminal Code & Criminal Justice Reform

Many Alaskans have railed recently against rising crime and the 2016 criminal justice reform bill, SB91. I, too, am very concerned about the increase in crime—especially the violent variety, but also property violations—and I’ll be voting in this month’s special session to do something about it.

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Rep. Claman’s June 9th Newsletter: The Path to Deficit Reduction

The Governor recently suggested an approach to Alaska’s financial challenges that uses parts of the House and Senate budget plans. One element of his proposal is a school head tax. The main question Alaskans are asking is how to reduce the deficit in the future.

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Rep. Tarr’s Newsletter: Fall Community Councils

It’s that time of year: Neighborhood community councils have started meeting again!

After a short summer hiatus, most neighborhood community councils start meeting again in September. Community Councils are open to all residents or property owners, and are a great way to get to know your neighbors, stay active in the development of your community, and find out about events and projects that directly impact your lives.

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Rep. Tuck’s Community Connection: Road Construction Alert 92nd to Academy Dr / Seward Underpass

A neighbor recently called my office with concerns about a portion of the 92nd Avenue Grade Separation project, which will lift the New Seward Highway above 92nd Avenue. Associated road work would add on/off ramps onto 92nd, rebuild frontage roads and change traffic flow in nearby neighborhoods. Pedestrian routes and some homes in Southwood Manor would also be affected.

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