For the third time since March, Anchorage has closed bars and restaurants for indoor service. And for the third time, daily case numbers have broadly dropped. But many businesses are struggling to hang on.
The latest bill takes a more comprehensive approach, focusing on foreign relations and innovation.
Leisure and hospitality jobs were down 22% from last November, reflecting a loss of 7,000 jobs.
Any leftover money must be returned to the federal government.
The spill is contained and isolated to the facility, according to the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
The Golden Lion Hotel building is one of several purchases city officials hope will transform the city’s approach to dealing with homelessness.
Sullivan previously said President Trump should be allowed to let his challenges play out in court.
The decision, opposed by environmental groups, was proposed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game after personal watercraft enthusiasts lobbied state officials for years.
The plan would have enacted stricter measures than those outlined in previous city emergency orders, but a city official said it wouldn’t fundamentally change the risk of indoor dining during the pandemic.
Alaskans for Open Meetings had asked the court to nullify all policy passed during the city’s August shutdown. The judge said such a measure would “have a potentially huge impact on the larger community.”
A plan to ask voters to support a tax increase for body cameras was postponed to January.
Of the $15.4 million, $7.4 million will go to rental and mortgage relief. Small businesses affected by the “hunker-down” order will have a total of $6.4 million in grants available.
The 10 candidates will have to adjust to campaigning while most in-person gatherings are prohibited, relying on digital technology to raise money and reach voters.
At a hearing Friday, lawyers for Alaskans for Open Meetings requested the judge rule all policy approved by the Assembly during the August closure of chambers should be invalid immediately.
The package is sponsored by every Assembly member and the acting mayor, so it is likely to pass.