October 5, 2012

The Coalition working for you

Rep. Lindsey Holmes Enews Update: Voter Registration Deadline this Sunday!

If you want to make your voice heard by casting a ballot this November, please make sure to register to vote! The deadline to register to vote for the upcoming November 6th General Election is this Sunday, October 7th. There are many ways to register.

You can register online at http://www.elections.alaska.gov/ot.php by clicking on the Online Voter Registration Application Link.

You can print out a voter registration application from http://www.elections.alaska.gov/doc/forms/C03.pdf and submit it to the Division of Elections by mail, fax, or email at:
· Mailing Address: 2525 Gambell Street, Suite 100, Anchorage, AK 99503-2838
· Fax: (907) 522-2341
· Email: electionsr2a@alaska.gov

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Rep. Kawasaki’s Juneau Note: Healy Clean Coal Plant, Make Your Vote Count, PFD Time

Success: Compromise Reached on Healy Coal Restart

I applaud the decision reached between the Environmental Protection Agency, Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority, and Golden Valley Electrical Association to move forward with the restart of the dormant coal plant in Healy. For years I have supported the restart of the plant, under the stipulation that it could be accomplished in an environmentally responsible, efficient manner that kept the best interests of the ratepayers under consideration. I believe the terms of this exciting announcement does exactly that, and can finally offer Fairbanks some tangible relief from burdensome energy bills without ignoring the need to address our air quality challenges.

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Berta’s Briefings from Rep. Gardner: I am Here to Help You

One important role of a state legislator is to help constituents with problems with government agencies. Whether the matter relates to PFDs, child support, or road improvements we can often cut through the clutter of competing issues or excuses and spur agencies into response and solutions.

A current example: After the recent wind and rain storms, I received calls about flooding and drainage issues in the Midtown area. One resident expressed concern about drainage along Rakof Drive, adjacent to the new Campbell Creek bike trail, where Seward Highway upgrade work is in progress.

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