Anchorage

Anchorage Assembly confirms 6 of Mayor Bronson’s appointees

Six more of Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson’s appointees have been confirmed to top positions in his administration by the city Assembly.

The Assembly during its Tuesday meeting voted unanimously to approve the new city administrators.

The Assembly confirmed:

• Karol (Karl) Raszkiewicz as management and budget director. He will be paid an annual salary of $131,996.80, according to his offer letter.

• Adam Trombley as executive director of community development. He will be paid an annual salary of $134,992, according to his offer letter.

• Marcus Dahl as information technology director. He will be paid an annual salary of $130,000, according to his offer letter.

• Saxton Shearer as director of maintenance and operations. He will be paid an annual salary of $122,990.40, according to his offer letter.

• Lance Wilber as director of public works. He will be paid an annual salary of $134,992, according to his offer letter.

• Christina Hendrickson as director of real estate. She will be paid an annual salary of $122,990.40, according to her offer letter.

David Morgan, who Bronson had appointed to serve as Health Department director, had also been scheduled for a confirmation vote on Tuesday, but Morgan pulled his name from consideration last week and resigned from the position.

Morgan had been under intense scrutiny from Anchorage Assembly members over his qualifications and comments he made recently about the pandemic. He cited “deep-seated partisan opposition” to his appointment as a reason for leaving.

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