Rep. Josephson’s September 14th Newsletter: Try, Try Again – A Fourth Special Session in the Offing

Alaska’s $2.7 billion annual budget deficit will shrink if legislators raise new revenues during a special session likely to begin in Juneau next month. Governor Walker and the House Majority want to close or substantially diminish our budget gap this year, so we expect an official proclamation any day now that will call the legislature into a fourth special session beginning October 23.

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NEWS: Representative Scott Kawasaki to Host Constituent Town Hall in Fairbanks

Fairbanks – Representative Scott Kawasaki (D-Fairbanks) invites Fairbanks community members and neighbors to a public town hall on Wednesday, September 20, from 5:30 to 7:00 PM in the Auditorium of the Noel Wien Public Library. Among many issues to be discussed include details on the 2017 legislative session, the potential October Special Session, the state’s budget deficit, public safety concerns, construction updates, public education and issues raised by President Donald Trump.

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Rep. Tarr’s September 7th Newsletter: Reminder! Constituent Meeting Tonight- 6pm at Clark Middle School

Tonight at 6 pm Senator Begich and I will be hosting our fall constituent meeting from at Clark Middle School. We want to provide you with a budget update as well as address neighborhood public safety concerns. We have several invited guests to answer questions. We want to have the right people so all of your questions can be answered. Below are the confirmed guest speakers at this time. Food and drinks will also be served!

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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. Tarr’s August 31st Newsletter: September 7th Constituent Meeting Details: Invited speakers, Call-in number, and Facebook Live

Senator Begich and I would like to extend an invitation to you! Please join us for our upcoming constituent meeting where we will discuss neighborhood public safety as well as the budget and the upcoming special session. As you are all aware, there is a lot of concern and confusion about changes made with SB 91 as well as staffing with APD, neighborhood crime, and vehicle theft.

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Rep. LeDoux’s August 24th Newsletter: Picnic location & date correction, “Gabbing with Gabby”

Just a quick update about a change in the location for the Spirit of Muldoon community picnic on September 16th: due to construction at the Chanshtnu Muldoon Park, the picnic will now be held at Creekside Park (7122 E 6th Ave). Please note this change in your calendar.

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