Hate was on display again at Wednesday’s special meeting of the Anchorage Assembly when Girdwood resident Erik Lambertsen, who, after having spoken numerous times that evening, made a limp wrist gesture directed towards Vice Chair Christopher Constant.
According to a press release issued today by the Office of the Mayor, the Municipality of Anchorage and Clifford Armstrong III, who served as Anchorage’s first Chief Equity Officer, have agreed to bring about an end to a lawsuit Armstrong filed against the city alleging he had been improperly fired from his position.
The Recall Jamie Allard group has ended their efforts to recall Jamie Allard after the group was unable to collect the necessary number of signatures by the required due date that might have advanced the initiative.
In a tweet, East Anchorage Assembly member Forrest Dunbar announced that he had filed his Declaration of Candidacy with the Clerk’s Office earlier this morning and is officially running for re-election.
It all started this past Tuesday when Anchorage resident Andrew Gray testified in support of AO 2021-117 — a proposed ordinance that would put additional rules for meeting procedure into municipal code.
Citing a high number of propositions proposed for the April 5, 2022 Regular Municipal Election and the high public interest surrounding the proposals, the Anchorage Assembly has scheduled a special meeting for January 19 to take public testimony on election-related items.
Members of the far-right shadowy Save Anchorage operation are being encouraged by the group’s handlers to testify this evening in opposition to AO-117 — a proposed ordinance that would put additional rules for meeting procedure into municipal code.
The one thing that has been a relative constant across the municipality since the beginning of the pandemic was the ability of residents to receive a relatively quick and drama free COVID-19 test.