Seward Highway Construction Continues
ROAD CLOSURE: Sandlewood Place is CLOSED at 82nd Avenue. Business access will be maintained during the CLOSURE, plan to use Hartzell Road and Lore Road as a DETOUR route.
Also, Lore Road is CLOSED from Sandlewood Place to Brayton Drive, and Brayton Drive is CLOSED from Lore Road to 72nd Avenue.
RAMP CLOSURE: The northbound Seward Highway On-Ramp from Lore Road is CLOSED. During this time, residents between Dowling Road and Abbott Road should plan to use the newly opened northbound Seward Highway On-Ramp from Abbott Road as a DETOUR route.
The southbound Dowling Road On-Ramp to the Seward Highway is CLOSED for approximately 3 weeks. During this time, please plan to follow signs for DETOUR routes to the Tudor Road On-Ramp, the Old Seward Highway or Lake Otis Parkway. Business access will be maintained during the CLOSURE, plan to use the Old Seward Highway as a DETOUR route.
Speed limits have been reduced within the project corridor to 55 MPH and traffic patterns will be modified as necessary to accommodate work. Please follow construction signs and be aware of future notifications.
Median and shoulder work are being done along the New Seward Highway near the Dowling Exit in order to accommodate 6 lanes of through traffic in the final configuration.
Work is being done in sections along the frontage roads, going from the south end to the north end along Brayton Drive and the north end to the south end on Homer Drive from Dimond Boulevard to Dowling Road; sections of the roads will be CLOSED as work progresses.
Salmon Orders Update
From June 20-June 30, anglers may not fish for king salmon of any size in the Kenai River from its mouth to the outlet of Skilak Lake.
From July 1-July 31, anglers may not fish for king salmon of any size in the Kenai River from the Fish and Game marker 300 yards downstream from Slikok Creek to the marker at the outlet of Skilak Lake.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) is implementing the following sport fishing regulation liberalization by opening the Russian River Sanctuary area early for anglers to sport fish for sockeye salmon. This regulatory change is effective 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2018, through 11:59 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018. Please review the Upper Kenai River and Russian River Confluence area map (Area B) on page 60 of the 2018 Southcentral Sport Fishing Regulations Summary booklet.
The following sockeye salmon regulations apply for the Russian River Sanctuary area:
June 19 – July 14, 2018:
- Sockeye salmon
- 16 inches or greater in length; 3 per day, 6 in possession
- Less than 16 inches in length, 10 per day, 10 in possession
July 15 – August 20, 2018:
- fly-fishing-only waters
- Sockeye or coho salmon
- 16 inches or longer, 3 per day 6 in possession in combination, of which only 1 per day, 1 in possession may be a coho salmon
- Less than 16 inches in length, 10 per day, 10 in possession;
Anglers are reminded, after August 20, 2018, the retention of sockeye salmon is prohibited in this area.
For more information visit http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=fishingSportFishingInfo.main
Tomorrow morning, runners will chase the sun in one of several simultaneous races, including the Midnight Sun Marathon, Alaska Half-Marathon and the relay-style Buddy Half Marathon. These races are great opportunities to both get some exercise as well as watch/cheer for talented runners! Races will finish at the Delaney Park Strip. (mayorsmarathon.com)
In Downtown, there will also be an even bigger-than-usual Solstice celebration! Besides the normal festival fare (live music, food trucks, beer gardens, a vendor fair) this eight-block party includes a petting zoo, Hero Games, a deadlift competition, a three-on-three basketball tournament and a dance-off. Noon-6 p.m. Saturday. (anchoragedowntown.org)
We hope you have a safe and fun weekend!
All the best,
admin @ June 22, 2018
We hope you’ve been enjoying these sunny evenings as much as we have – it finally feels like summer! We understand that you probably want to get off to your weekend and outdoor adventures, but before you do we wanted to share a brief note on some community updates.
This Saturday, June 9th, is Alaska Lemonade Day! This program selects a day each year to teach our youth about business, economics and confidence by helping them start their own lemonade stand. It began with a vision to shape Alaska into a place that breeds, grows and attracts entrepreneurs. Each child that registers receives a backpack with an Entrepreneur Workbook that teaches them the lessons of Lemonade Day like creating budgets, setting profit-making goals, serving customers, repaying investors, and giving back to the community. Along the way, they acquire skills in goal-setting, problem solving, and gain self-esteem critical for future success. They keep all the money they make and are encouraged to spend some, save some and share some.
To learn more about Lemonade Day or to register your budding young entrepreneur, visit: https://www.lemonadeday.org/alaska
Yesterday, the U.S. Department of the Interior announced that they will be investing over $4 million in construction to support drilling in ANWR. This money will go towards six projects designed to improve or construct existing outbuildings and facilities needed for oil exploration readiness and research operations. Our office has been very encouraged by the progress made thus far by private sector companies, along with state and federal agencies towards creating new jobs and growing our resource development potential in Alaska.
Additionally, we were recently able to participate in the public scoping meeting on the Coastal Plan Oil and Gas Leasing Program. We shared the positive economic impacts this project could have in our state and encouraged leaders to closely involve Alaskans throughout the process. Support for opening ANWR has long been a top priority for our office, so we’re very excited to see this dream begin becoming a reality.
Seward Highway Project Update
Considerable work is underway along one of our District’s main thoroughfares, the Seward Highway. This coming week further road and ramp entrances to the Seward Highway will be closed off. Until Monday, June 11, the northbound Dowling Road Off-Ramp will be closed. Likewise, starting June 12 at 8 p.m., the southbound Dowling Road On-Ramp to the Seward Highway will closed for roughly 3 weeks. Detour routes will be open and accessible to the public. Please follow the signs and speed limits in this major construction zone.
As always, if you have any questions for our office please reach out! Email us at: Rep.Charisse.Millett@akleg.gov or give us a call at 907-269-0222. Have a wonderful weekend!
All my best,
admin @ June 8, 2018
Public Safety Work This Session
This year, the Legislature fell short of a full repeal of SB 91. Our office worked hard to share the comments and frustrations voiced to us by concerned citizens, along with polls, resolutions, and other documents which highlighted the overwhelming consensus that Alaskans want the dangerous changes made under SB 91 rolled back. Unfortunately, many colleagues were unable to support the full repeal. We are dedicated to implementing a full repeal of SB 91 and intend to keep the pressure up on this effort over the interim. Please continue to share your stories, experiences, thoughts and ideas on ways that we can make our city and state safer.
Thankfully, some big changes were made to our criminal laws that we believe will begin repairing Alaska’s criminal justice system. Those changes include the following: judges were given back the ability to hold dangerous offenders in custody before trial; sentences were raised for certain felonies; sentences were increased for repeat theft offenses; law enforcement officers were given back greater arrest capabilities; dangerous and synthetic drugs were added to our criminal schedule; and other reforms were passed this session. Our office fought hard for all these changes. We likewise acknowledge that more needs to be done to improve public safety, and make people feel secure in their communities. To learn more about particular bills that passed or changes we still believe must be made, please reach out! Your calls and emails are incredibly important to us.
Community Patrols – Get Involved!
One of our state’s greatest resources is the willingness of our neighbors to look out for one another. Community Patrols have been sprouting up all over the state, and specifically right here in Anchorage. We’ve talked about it in this blog before, but again extend our sincerest thanks to all of those who help volunteer for these Community Patrols in Anchorage and across Alaska. These engaged community members keep a watchful eye on our neighborhood streets, assist police officers, report suspicious activity, help citizens and support security at events. This year our office fought for and was successful in securing over $175,000.00 in funding for Community Patrols in Anchorage. Our office believes that this will help grow and support their very important efforts.
Additionally, patrols like District 25’s very own Abbott Loop Community Patrol, are always looking for more volunteers! Now that we’re back from Juneau, we have the privilege of joining as volunteers, and you can too by visiting: http://www.accpatrols.org/joinus.html. Rep. Millett recently attended Abbott Loop’s meeting, and they are eager to help new participants navigate the process of getting on board. You can also work with your Community Council to start a patrol if one doesn’t already exist in your neighborhood.
Seward Highway Project Construction Update!
The summer construction season is in full swing now. Crews are out on the roads working hard and pulling long days to improve our public roadways and transit systems. As has been the case for the past year, the Seward Highway from Dimond Boulevard to Dowling Road is undergoing considerable upgrades and work.
The latest report on the project status involves a considerable number of road closures and corresponding detours. Some of the closures, like the northbound Dowling off-ramp from the Seward Highway, will remain in effect till mid-June. Keep your eyes open for the speed limit signs and business access routes along Brayton and Homer Drive. For the full rundown, and map detailing all the closures and detours click here!
Next week on June 7th the Hillside Home and Landowners Organization (HALO) will meet to discuss issues related to the community and living in the Southeast Hillside area of our city. We encourage you to get involved if you have an interest in the general wellbeing of this part of town! HALO gathers for their meetings at the Holy Spirit Center, which is located at the corner of O’Malley Road and Hillside Drive. The meeting beings at 7 p.m.
admin @ June 1, 2018
Early Sunday morning, the Legislature adjourned the 2018 session. For our office, this session was marked by both accomplishments and work still to be done. However, we are certainly glad to be returning home to see friends and neighbors around District 25!
Earlier this session, we were proud to support an early budget for education funding. By passing this bill before school districts finalized their budgets, we were able to avert confusion and anxiety about classroom funding and staffing levels for the coming year. Additionally, we supported adding funding to districts – $50 million over two years – to help them keep up with inflation and further assist in providing a quality education for our students.
Outside of education however, the state’s budget growth reached a level this year that our office continues to believe is unsustainable. We advocated for and presented over $200 million in cuts to government that did not affect public education, public safety or public health. Unfortunately these targeted budget reductions were rejected by the House Majority. While we are disappointed the Majority decided to grow the budget during a time of slim revenues, we do believe the proposed cuts we offered can provide for a future framework for budget reductions.
This year, unfortunately, there was not sufficient support to implement a full repeal of Senate Bill 91 and overhaul our broken criminal justice laws. However, strides were made to improve specific areas of failure in our justice system. The “catch and release” policy that allowed dangerous offenders to immediately leave jail after being arrested has been repealed, and sentences were increased for certain felony offenders. We criminalized dangerous new “designer drugs” and gave authorities the ability to better respond to assaults and violent crimes.
Thanks to an outpouring of public support we were also able to secure nearly $200,000 of funding in the Capital Budget for Community Patrols! This funding will enable our Community Patrols, supported by courageous, engaged and caring neighbors, to provide greater support and presence on our streets as they assist our heroic police officers and Troopers in keeping our city and state safe.
There is much more work to be done to make our communities safer. We will keep working this summer to find further ways to support our law enforcement officers, prosecutors and judges as they strive to hold offenders accountable and prevent future crime.
Congratulations Class of 2018!
Our office wants to extend a hearty congratulations to the graduates from Service and Polaris High School! Graduating from high school is a memorable and wonderful achievement. Our office is certainly proud of the many talented individuals who, with diplomas in hand and beaming smiles, walked proudly across those stages. Whether you are going on to a trade school, college (we hope in Alaska!), are enlisting in the armed forces, want to start your own business or are simply looking forward to working a good summer job we wish you all the very best! As you enter this new phase of adulthood we encourage you to take each day as an opportunity and blessing to make our state and country a better place! Congratulations again Class of 2018!
Over the last two years our office has worked diligently on a variety of bills to improve public safety, strengthen the private sector, reduce the footprint of government, better our schools and help the most vulnerable in our society.
At the end of the 30th Alaska Legislature we saw a number of our bills pass or get rolled into other bills that eventually passed. Those bills are as follows:
House Bill 24 – which listed the dangerous synthetic opioid U-477, also known as Pink, as a schedule 1A controlled substance
House Bill 367/Senate Bill 202 – which provided relief for Alaska Native Corporations from liability for damages and costs resulting from pre-contaminated lands conveyed to them through the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA)
House Bill 336 – which created a new alternative to guardianship for elderly Alaskans and those experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities
As always, please reach out if you have any questions or concerns that you would like our office to address!
admin @ May 18, 2018
Public Safety Update – Steps Made to Bolster Justice System
- Gives judges back their decision-making authority in determining whether a defendant can be released from custody before their trial;
- Bolsters tools used by judges to consider out of state criminal history when determining a defendant’s ability to be released before trial;
- Strengthens the pre-trial release assessment for those charged with vehicle theft and other crimes;
- Gives Alaska’s Attorney General the authority to criminalize ever-changing, dangerous new controlled substances;
- Increases monetary penalties imposed for felonies, misdemeanors, and violations and puts the funding into public safety needs; and
- Provides much-needed tools to help police and prosecutors reduce crimes against our doctors and nurses.
This is not a full repeal of SB 91, which our office continues to believe is the right way to truly address the crime wave in Alaska. However, this does target specific weaknesses in our justice system, and will help law enforcement, prosecutors and judges better provide for public safety. We will keep you posted as we continue to fight to see critical changes to the way Alaska addresses and prevents crime.
House Bill 336 Passes Legislature!
Today, the Alaska Legislature passed House Bill 336, otherwise known as the “Supported Decision-Making Agreements Act.” This bill, which I introduced and worked on in conjunction with the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, provides a new tool for elderly Alaskans and those experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities to live happier, fuller, more self-directed and individualized lives.
I introduced this bill to address the considerable growth of full guardianship, which takes away a person’s rights to make decisions about their life and has doubled in our state over the last seven years. Without others options, like supported decision-making agreements, to full guardianship many adult Alaskans who have the ability and wherewithal to make decisions for themselves are being placed under the state’s jurisdiction and having their inherent rights to self-determination stripped away unnecessarily.
House Bill 336 provides a clear and meaningful alternative to full guardianship for thousands of Alaskans. The bill has widespread support throughout the disability community, and received praise from advocates for elderly Alaskans. Legislation enabling supported decision-making agreements is spreading throughout the U.S., with both Wisconsin and Tennessee enacting similar laws within the last year.
The evidence is clear: when individuals are empowered to make their decisions, direct their lives, and gain independence they become healthier, more fulfilled, are more likely to be employed and are better able to recognize and resist abuse. House Bill 336 will Alaskans do just that. The bill passed the Alaska Legislature with a cumulative vote of 58-1 and now heads to Governor Walker’s desk for his signature.
Update on Senate Bill 76: Alcohol Rewrite and Impact on Small Alaskan Businesses
admin @ May 11, 2018
Senate Bill 26: What Is It All About?
Today the Legislature passed a bill, SB 26, to prevent government overspending and cap the amount that can be drawn from our state’s earnings reserve account. Old versions of this bill included damaging income tax provisions, industry tax hikes and lowered amounts for the Permanent Fund Dividend. Those provisions are no longer in this bill. After listening to Alaskans and our experts at the Permanent Fund Corporation, it became clear to us that the most important measure to pass this year is a spending cap to prevent future budgets from jeopardizing the health of the PFD and the overall Permanent Fund.
What SB 26 does:
– Maintains the current formula for the PFD
– Caps the amount of the state’s assets that can be used to fund government
– Helps protect the value of the Permanent Fund by preserving inflation proofing provisions
These three provisions set a solid structure for the state moving forward and protect the PFD for future generations of Alaskans. This is a totally different bill than Alaskans have seen previously, and our office is here to answer any questions you might have! Please feel free to give us a call, or shoot us an email with anything we can help with.
All my best,
admin @ May 8, 2018
Our boys play a couple of games this week. The first is on Monday May 7th, at 5 p.m., against South High at South. Their second game will be against Dimond High at 7 p.m. on Wednesday May 9th, at Dimond High.
Like the boys, the girls play two games as well this week. Their first game takes place on Monday May 7th, at 7 p.m., against the Wolverines at South’s field. Then, on Wednesday May 9th, the girls face Dimond at 5 p.m., at Dimond High.
On Monday May 7th, the team will play West High down at Mulcahy Stadium beginning at 6:30 p.m. On Friday May 11th, the guys take on the Dimond High Lynx, again playing at Mulcahy Stadium at 4:30 p.m.
The ladies have a double header on Wednesday May 9th! Their first game is against Bartlett High from 5:45 p.m. and will be played at the Albrecht Field #1. For that game the Cougars will be considered the home team. Then, at 7:30 p.m. they will play Dimond High on the same field, but this time will be treated as the away team.
The talented singers of the Service High Choir will be belting their hearts out at the annual concert on Monday May 7th, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Service High.
The big band will play loudly on Tuesday May 8th, from 7 to 8 p.m. for its annual concert, also held at Service High.
The orchestra wraps up the three day musical showcase with its annual concert on Wednesday May 9th, from 7 to 8 p.m. at Service.
Our track team has an event dubbed “The Last Chance” happening on Wednesday May 9th. The event will be held from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m., at West High. Run like the wind Cougars!
Education Funding Update
Yesterday, I was pleased to join the Governor and other legislators at Harborview Elementary School here in Juneau for the signing of House Bill 287, which provides funding for our school districts for the coming year. One of my priorities coming into session was to ensure that districts, schools and teachers did not have to go through another round of pink slips, and that everyone could plan for a successful 2018-2019 school year. House Bill 287 achieves this goal, and gives extra stability and certainty for schools by outlining funding plans for next year (fiscal year 2020) as well.
The focus of our schools and teachers should be providing our students with a quality education and improving outcomes, not worrying about looming pink slips. We were able to recognize some of the great work happening in our schools by seeing happy Juneau elementary school-ers, chatting with them and sharing in their performances. I am glad the staff and parents at the bill signing yesterday had some of their worries alleviated and got to witness what cooperation in our Legislature can result in. House Bill 287 is now state law.
Here is a great video from the event yesterday, which culminated with the signing of House Bill 287!
Seward Highway Project
2018 marks the second full construction season of this significant project. We will be following this project and its impacts on our community through its projected completion in the summer of 2019. A 55 MPH speed zone has been established and traffic patters will be changing constantly throughout the summer. Please be aware of workers along the road and all traffic signs.
For more information on the project click here. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the project that you’d like our office to look into please give us a call (907-465-3879) or shoot us as email (Rep.Charisse.Millett@akleg.gov)!
Nearly all of our parents, teachers and staff are wrapping up or have wrapped up their final PTA meetings of the school year. Our office would like to take a moment and share our appreciation for the countless parent volunteers and teachers who participate in their school’s PTA. Our schools would not be nearly as effective without the dedication and humble service these great Alaskans put towards our kids. From the Millett office, we thank you. Congratulations to all the new board members for the 2018-2019 school year, and great work to those who have and continue to serve.
admin @ May 4, 2018
Celebrating DeeDee Jonrowe
Yesterday, I had the honor of presenting Alaska mushing legend DeeDee “Iron Woman” Jonrowe with an official legislative citation recognizing her nearly 40-year Iditarod career, triumphs over hardship and inspiring life accomplishments!
Alaskans have been blessed to witness DeeDee in her famous pink snow-suit succeed for years on the Iditarod trail. We will certainly miss her boundless optimism on the trail!
We should all strive to emulate DeeDee and her unbreakable, caring and uplifting spirit.
Bill Protecting Alaska Native Corps from Liability for Pre-Contaminated Lands Passes House
Today, I had the distinct pleasure of carrying Senate Bill 202 on the House floor. The bill provides relief for Alaskan Native Corporations from liability for damages and costs resulting from pre-contaminated lands conveyed to them under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Earlier this session I introduced House Bill 367, which mirrored the language of SB 202.
Under ANCSA, the federal government conveyed 44 million acres to Alaska Native Corporations. Unbeknownst to the Corporations, many of these lands were contaminated, and in fact contaminated by the federal government.
Under current law, Alaska Native Corporations face potentially crippling legal costs to clean up contaminated lands that they themselves did not contaminate. SB 202 & HB 367 were brought forth to correct this injustice.
I am pleased this bill passed with bi-partisan support, and without a single NO vote. See my floor speech on the bill by clicking here!
Seward Highway Project
It’s that time of the year again! Alaska’s construction season is underway, and with that brings back to life the biggest construction project in our district: the Seward Highway, Dowling to Dimond road upgrade.
Construction work is underway, and a 55 MPH speed limit, along with new traffic patterns have been established. As always, when driving through a construction zone follow the traffic signs, slow down and be aware of the workers on the road.
To stay up to date on the project click here, or if you’d like to receive emails concerning the project you can send an email to: SewardDowlingDimond@spawnideas.com
On Monday April 30th, our boys face West at our home field. The game begins at 5 p.m.
On Wednesday May 2nd, the boys take on Eagle River High beginning at 5 p.m. The game will be played at Eagle River High, 8701 Yosemite Dr.
On Saturday May 5th, our boys will go up against Colony High at 4 p.m. We will host Colony at our field.
On Monday April 30th, the girls go up against West on our home field. The game kicks off at 7 p.m.
On Wednesday May 2nd, our girls square off against Eagle River High. The game starts at 7 p.m. and will take place at Eagle River’s field.
On Saturday May 5th, the girls take on Colony High. The game begins at 2 p.m. and we get to be the home team!
On Tuesday May 1st, our boys face Eagle River High at 6:30 p.m. The game is being played at Mulcahy Stadium, the intersection of 16th and Cordova in downtown Anchorage.
On Thursday May 3rd, the boys go up against Chugiak High. The game is an early one, starting at 6:30 a.m. and will be take place at Bartlett High School, 1101 Golden Bear Drive.
On Saturday May 5th, our boys face off against South High at 4 p.m. The game will be played at Mulcahy Stadium.
On Wednesday May 2nd, our girls go up against East High at 7:30 p.m. The game will be played at the Chuck Albrecht Softball Complex, 4781 Elmore Road, Field #1.
On Friday May 4th, our girls face Chugiak High at 7:30 p.m. The game is taking place at Chuck Albrecht Softball Complex, Field #1.
On Saturday May 5th, the girls play two games: the first against Bartlett High at 12:15 p.m. will be played at Bartlett. The second game at 2 p.m. is against South High, and will likewise be played at Bartlett, located at 1101 Golden Bear Drive.
On Frida May 4th, the South Regions cheer competition will occur. The event starts at 3 p.m. and will be held at South High School, 13400 Elmore Road.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend and great next week! Please stay in touch!
All my best,
admin @ April 27, 2018
While I could not support SB 91, those who did acknowledged that it would require alterations during its implementation. It was an enormous change to our criminal laws and procedures, and as we have found out, passing such a large bill can result in unintended consequences. Last fall, the Legislature passed some critically necessary fixes to SB 91, however, our work to improve the accountability and security in our criminal laws is far from over.
Last night, KTVA Channel 11 aired an in-depth report on some of SB 91’s most glaring and dangerous loopholes. I worked with their reporter to present a full picture of just how harmful this new section of the law is to our community.
You can watch the full report below.
admin @ April 13, 2018
On Monday, the House passed the state’s Fiscal Year 2019 Operating Budget, House Bill 286. This budget includes funding for the state’s operations beginning July 2018 and ending in June 2019. This budget was reviewed by subcommittees, the full House Finance Committee and was debated on the House floor.
The House considered about 84 amendments on the House floor, many of which were offered by the House Republican Caucus, that would have reduced the size of government, created efficiencies and restructured certain departments. Almost all these amendments were not adopted as the budget moved from the House to the Senate.
Unfortunately, I still view this budget as too large to be passed in its current form. While I support efforts made in this budget to fully fund education, and add additional troopers and prosecutors, it still increases spending year-over-year in areas that do not affect Alaskans’ life, health or safety. Reductions can still be made to government’s footprint. However, the budget is still working its way through the process and will continue to evolve.
The budget is now being considered by the Senate and will change from its current form. Once the Senate has completed its work on the budget, the House and Senate will reconcile differences between their two budget drafts in a conference committee. We will keep you posted on the budget process over coming weeks.
A quick update on the PFD: The House originally approved a full appropriation for the Permanent Fund Dividend according to the equation set forth in law. Following the law, and fully funding the PFD, is an effort that I continue to support. As legislators, we swear that we will uphold our state’s laws. Until a change is passed through the public process with full support, we need to follow language concerning the PFD currently on the books. The House has since passed a lower amount, $1,600.00, for the PFD, and the Senate’s current budget reflects that same number. I will keep you posted as the PFD and bills to restructure our use of the Permanent Fund’s earnings move through the process.
Please stay in touch and let us know if you have any questions on the budget!
Key Meetings Next Week
As part of our efforts to keep you informed and abreast of what is happening in Juneau, we are including this brief rundown of meetings.
House Judiciary at 1 p.m., HB 336 Supported Decision-Making Agreements and SB 202 Native Corporation Contaminated Lands
Joint Session of the House and Senate at 11 a.m., Consideration of Governor’s appointees
House Finance at 5 p.m., HB 411 new oil tax legislation
House Finance at 5 p.m., HB 411 oil tax legislation
Senate Finance at 9 a.m., SB 193 Medicaid work requirement bill
Senate State Affairs at 3:30 p.m., SJR 9 Constitutionalizing the permanent fund dividend
House Finance at 5 p.m., HB 411 oil tax legislation
The soccer and track seasons are fully underway now, and our teams have a busy week ahead!
Girls soccer: The girls have two games this week. The first one is on Monday April 9th at 7 p.m. versus Eagle River. That game will be played at Eagle River High School, located at 8701 Yosemite Drive, Eagle River, AK 99577. The girls second game is on Wednesday against South at 5 p.m. Our Cougar’s get home field advantage for this game!
Boys soccer: Our boys face the same opponents as the girls this week. Their game against Eagle River kicks off at 5 p.m. and will also be in Eagle River. Likewise, for the game against South the boys will play at home and begin their game at 7 p.m.
Track: The 8X8 track event will take place over the course of Friday and Saturday next week at West High School (1700 Hillcrest Drive Anchorage, AK 99517). On Friday our team will begin competing at 3:30 p.m., and then on Saturday at 11 a.m.
Cheer: A stunt cheer event is happening on Friday the 13th at Service High! We’ll be hosting Eagle River and Chugiak High from 6 – 9 p.m.
admin @ April 6, 2018