They play, based on the death of gay college student Matthew Shepard in 1998, has been performed worldwide over the past two decades.
The Assembly had approved multiple changes and added about $3.6 million to Bronson’s $583.6 million spending plan. Members could override the vetoes.
The funding will help set up security and trash cleaning services at three city properties near the shelter. The president of Fairview Community Council called it “a tourniquet to stop the bleeding.”
The departure of the Anchorage hospital’s top executive comes as North Star faces scrutiny from regulators, and a week after the Daily News published an account of deepening dysfunction at the psychiatric hospital for children.
It was the second time this year that St. Andrew Catholic Church has filed a police report after finding graffiti painted on the front and sides of the building.
The change is the result of heavy spending on multiple emergencies that have depleted municipal reserves while the city waits for federal reimbursements.
Four separate single-vehicle rollovers were reported in a 10-minute span, Anchorage police said.
The downtown Anchorage event will include photos with Santa, live reindeer visits, performances, food trucks and free hot chocolate.
The citywide policy reform aims to encourage housing development and repurposing vacant structures, to cut costs for businesses and developers and to encourage different modes of transportation.
Anchorage residents can expect the JBER star to begin to shine on Mount Gordon Lyon starting at 8 a.m. Friday.
A severe shortage of bus drivers led the district to rotate bus service among routes for months.
No injuries were reported and the weapon was not discharged, according to the Anchorage Police Department.
Members added about $3.6 million to Mayor Dave Bronson’s $583.6 million spending plan, coming in at $1.2 million below the tax cap.
The quake came several days after another earthquake rattled the Anchorage area.
Eliminating policies that require costly off-street parking in new residential and commercial developments could bolster affordable housing efforts, cut costs for developers and businesses, reduce urban sprawl and encourage other forms of transportation, the measure’s proponents say.
Former workers say understaffing and decisions by management pushed the private psychiatric hospital — the only one in Alaska that serves children — to the brink of disaster.
Residents and business owners have cleaned up graffiti, hired security guards, tried to resuscitate people and — more than once – discovered bodies. They say nowhere in Anchorage will accept a low-barrier shelter until the city comes up with a way to deal with neighborhood impacts.
The weapon was not fired and a teacher at Mountain View Elementary quickly intervened after seeing the student showing it to others during gym class, authorities say.
The earthquake that struck Thursday afternoon near Point MacKenzie rattled communities in Southcentral Alaska.
The surveyor was uninjured when he was removed from the mud after less than an hour, according to Girdwood Fire and Rescue.
The decision to equip officers with Narcan starting early next year marks a departure from a longstanding practice of having only paramedics carry the potentially lifesaving medication.
Two current members appear set to win seats in the Alaska Legislature, one current member on Monday announced she is not running for reelection and four additional seats are up for election in early 2023.
Ongoing demolition of the Anchorage landmark recently reached the point at which the interior of the long boarded-up movie house is visible.