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.
Lisa Munson, Secretary of the Anchorage Community Police Relations Task Force, sent an email yesterday afternoon to share that the Mayor’s Office had announced a Martin Luther King Day Celebration with Anchorage’s Chief Equity Officer and members of the public would be held on Monday and then, the entire email thread went to hell.
Bronson, however, remains unmoved as Covid cases increase across the city, as city residents are plagued with long wait times at formerly first-rate Covid testing sites, and as hospitals brace for an additional wave of unvaccinated ivermectin guzzling covid patients to begin frequenting their emergency departments and become a burden on our health care workers and fragile health care system.
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.
Today, the Anchorage Health Policy Committee meets at 10:00 a.m. and there’s an opportunity for individuals to provide public testimony about their Anchorage COVID-19 testing experience, or lack thereof.