Newsletters

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.

Alert: Real ID on schedule for Alaska

Alaska received the green light to carry out the final preparations for the federal REAL ID Act. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security notified state officials that Alaska has been granted an extension through June 1, 2019, from enforcement of the REAL ID Act. Military bases and other federal facilities as well as TSA will continue to accept Alaska’s state-issued driver’s licenses or identification cards for access.

Fall Update: A Message from Rep. Harriet Drummond

It a busy time of year as usual as we enjoy this beautiful fall weather and prepare for approaching winter. This summer we have been witness to historical change as continued progress on Spenard Road reconstruction becomes reality and community improvements are made to bring out the best parts of our city while making it safer, more walkable and more enjoyable.

October Constituent Coffee & Upcoming Events

As a lot of you know it's campaign season, and Legislative Ethics recommend that legislators take a 30-day break from sending out mass electronic and hard copy newsletters before the general election. This is to ensure that state resources are not being spent on political campaign mailings. If you need to reach me, I am available by phone, email, Facebook, or scheduled office visits, so please don't hesitate to reach out during this 30-day break!