February 6, 2015
As your representative,
I am here to listen and to help. Please don't hesitate to contact me.
Mid-January to mid-April
State Capitol Rm 112
Juneau, AK 99801
May to December
733 W. 4th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
Voice your opinions!
Here are some way to make sure your voice is heard:
Write a Letter to the Editor
It's the most read section of the newspaper. Submit up to 175 words to the Alaska Dispatch News at www.adn.com
Contact the Governor
Governor Walker's Office may be reached at
907-465-3500, or you can email him at email@example.com
You can also visit the state website at gov.alaska.gov
Senator Dan Sullivan
Senator Lisa Murkowski www.murkowski.senate.gov
Congressman Don Young
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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
|Harriet getting her picture taken for a READ poster at the Alaska State library.
It’s been a blustery and busy week here in the Capitol, and I’m extremely heartened by how many constituents have called, emailed, and stopped by my office this week to share their ideas on how to improve Anchorage both economically and culturally.
By now you should have received our Beginning of Session Survey in the mail. Please take some time to fill it out and mail it back to us.
We really do take each individual survey we receive very seriously, and they’re a good way for you to let us know what you think. If you’re not on our mailing list, or didn’t receive it for some other reason, you can fill out our electronic version.
Speaking of neighbors keeping in touch, I’d like to direct you to a website I recently came across: Nextdoor.com
Nextdoor is essentially a social network site like Facebook, but specific to the people that live in your neighborhood. It’s a good way to talk to your neighbors about lost pets, community events, neighborhood crime watch, or any other issues that affects the area you live in.
APD Street Crimes Task Force
The Anchorage Police Department has formed a street crimes task force to address recent violent drug related crimes.
The task force will begin operations this month and asks members of the public to report criminal activity; especially activity involving drugs, gangs, weapons or violent behavior.
Citizens may call APD Dispatch directly at 786-8900 (or 911 in cases of emergency); or they may leave a CrimeStopper tip at 561-STOP.
Thank you for your help.
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