Join Co-Chairs of House Health & Social Services, Reps. Liz Snyder and Tiffany Zulkosky, in recognizing frontline healthcare workers across Alaska, who continue the ongoing battle against COVID-19.
A group of individuals concerned about a flyer posted to an event on Facebook advertised as an “emergency protest” event are planning to assemble at the Assembly Chambers ahead of today’s 5 p.m. Special Meeting.
After repeatedly stating over the past several weeks that she would not return to Chambers until additional COVID mitigation strategies were in place, Midtown Assembly Member Meg Zaletel announced that she would return to the Assembly Chambers for today’s regular meeting of the Anchorage Assembly.
A potentially tragic situation is unfolding in Anchorage, as a longtime member of the “Save Anchorage” Facebook group is said to be fighting for their life after being hospitalized at Providence Alaska Medical Center with COVID-19.
After firing Municipal Chief Equity Officer Clifford Armstrong III last week — a move that the Anchorage NAACP called “illegal,” Anchorage Mayor David Bronson named Uluao “Junior” Aumavae as the Chief Equity Officer for the Municipality of Anchorage in a press release issued this morning.