It is time to believe in and stand up for Alaska’s community rights.
Stop the damage and return the municipality to honorable governance with a honorable mayor.
My family is well-acquainted with Anchorage’s inadequate health coverage for seniors.
Unless Alaska invests in education, medical care and affordable housing, Gov. Mike Dunleavy is whistling in the wind.
What right does the government have to decide if people live or die in their private lives?
Given that most people must be wrong, perhaps we should be a bit more understanding of those who hold beliefs different from our own.
Rather than working so hard to engage in useless culture wars to gin up the electorate, I think most people would simply be happy with a modicum of competence in government.
The Assembly and city officials work for us. We must demand the best of each and go to the polls at every opportunity to help manage the city’s business.
Flynn is the spouse of Rachelle Alger, the procurement director for the Municipality of Anchorage in the Bronson administration.
Are Joe Gerace and George Santos related?
Pushing for the district to pay for something like this would help in these situations.
Could there possibly be a better argument for maintaining ranked choice voting?
Why fix it if it ain’t broke?
I’m guessing that a lot of present and former U.S. senators’ and representatives’ document shredders and burn barrels are running hot.
According to the Alaska Children’s Alliance, Alaska consistently struggles with some of the highest rates of child abuse and neglect.
Can you imagine Alaska without a Spenard?
This Anchorage mayor can’t keep the snow off the streets; maybe he needs to step down.
To the person who keeps a stack of yellow sticky notes and a black Sharpie handy: Thank you for leaving me a message letting me know I had a flat tire!
Giving up the word “Alaska” in this situation is not acceptable without each credit union member being surveyed for their opinion.
According to his State of the State address, Gov. Mike Dunleavy thinks Alaska needs more people. Well, I have a few suggestions for him.
Who doesn’t want a warmer home that’s worth more and costs less to run on a cleaner grid while keeping cash in our state economy? Let’s get it done.
Good engineers develop viable solutions — not engage in pointing out problems that someone else needs to solve.
Temporarily throwing them a bonus of a couple of thousand dollars does not solve the permanent problem of low wages.
It used to be common practice that if one lost, whatever it was they were pursuing — a job, a race, whatever — we accepted that loss.