Other Committee Newsletters

Alert: Community & Neighborhood Watch grants

The Dept. of Commerce, Community & Economic Developments’ Division of Community and Regional Affairs will be coordinating the grant program. Because this is a new program, the division is still developing the application process. They are hoping to send out notices later this summer. My office will send out another alert and links to the grant program for those that are interested.

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Newsletter End of Session 2018

Greetings from your District 31 Representative. The 30th Legislature wrapped up our work and gaveled out May 13. I am proud of the work the Alaska House Majority Coalition accomplished this year to support education, protect the PFD, and improve public safety. We were able to complete our work three days before the Constitutional 121-day limit through compromises with the House Minority and Senate. Several key pieces of legislation were passed to better position our state and revitalize our economy. Over $34 million was added to fight crime, drug abuse and make our communities safer. I encourage you to stay engaged as Alaska works toward a new fiscal path that is fair and sustainable. My staff and I will strive to keep you up-to-date and informed.

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From the Desk of Representative Seaton: May 14, 2018

Greetings from Juneau on the day after the end of the second session of the 30th Alaska Legislature. The House adjourned Sine Die at 1:48 am on Sunday, the 118th day of session. We were pleased to beat the constitutional 121-day session length.

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From the Desk of Representative Seaton: May 7, 2018

Greetings from Juneau on this 112th day of the session. Primary components for reaching an adjournment agreement are getting closer as progress was made on several key pieces this week. I was honored to attend the signing of my bill, HB 287- Early K-12 Education Funding and Student Transportation last week with the Governor, students, and fellow lawmakers. The bill signing occurred here in Juneau at Harborview Elementary School.

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From the Desk of Representative Seaton: April 30, 2018

Greetings from Juneau on this 105th day of the session. Spring has definitely come to the capital city and legislators are anxious to get back home but the most contentious decisions are now in negotiation. The conference committees for both the operating budget HB 286, and SB 26 Approp Limit & Permanent Fund: Dividend; Earnings are formed, other members and I have been discussing priorities for our respective majority and minority caucuses….

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