A happy Thanksgiving and safe winter travel tips

While the official start of winter is still nearly a month away, we all know that winter starts much earlier than that here in Anchorage. With Thanksgiving coming up and the holidays not far away, I wanted to share with you some information on traveling safely during the holidays and winter months.

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Fall Happenings Around the Neighborhood

I hope this newsletter finds you well. Fall is fully upon us, the kids are back to school, the leaves are falling (or have already fallen) and I hope the bears go to their dens soon.

As I’ve said before, the #1 issue I hear from neighbors is public safety. Crime has affected us all, making us feel less safe in our homes, businesses, neighborhoods and community. Because of the failed implementation of SB91, I voted in 2017 to repeal the bill. Unfortunately, those in favor of full repeal did not prevail.

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Legislative action to reduce crime; East Anchorage Town Hall

I hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying the beginnings of a hopefully long and sunny summer. I have been enjoying talking with folks as I see them in the neighborhood and at community events, and hearing their issues, concerns and ideas. Please know that I am always available to listen to you and work with you to find solutions to any problems you may have.

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Alaska Lawmakers Oppose Any Federal Policy Separating Children from Parents at the Southern Border

Anchorage – Today, 21 members of the Alaska State Legislature sent a letter to President Donald Trump thanking him for responding to the wishes of the American people by pledging to end the practice of separating children from families that illegally cross the southern border of the United States. The President has confirmed that he will use his executive order authority to stop the practice, which his administration implemented earlier this year. The lead author of the letter is long-time State Representative David Guttenberg (D-Fairbanks) who notes that the policy was an inappropriate and ineffective use of government resources and taxpayer dollars.

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Summer neighborhood events!

Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux

I hope this email finds you well. As summer blooms upon us, I wanted to share some fun and exciting events that are happening in the neighborhood in the upcoming weeks.
The annual Spirit of Muldoon picnic happens this Saturday, June 16th. It runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at….

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