In her final hours as acting mayor of Anchorage, Austin Quinn-Davidson spent money, time and city resources to produce a gushing video that depicts her as a heroine who guided the city through its darkest hour. The 13-minute video was posted on the city
Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson got her on June 22 when the Anchorage Assembly approved her request to award nearly $8.8 million in federal grants to a select group of Anchorage-based non-profits for loosely defined services “related to COVID.”
In one of her final acts before relinquishing the title of “acting mayor,” Austin Quinn-Davidson has asked the Anchorage Assembly to approve nearly $8.8 million in federal grants to a handful of non-profits for services “related to COVID.” The money
Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson wants to change Anchorage law to make it much easier for the city prosecute parents whom government officials believe have caused or permitted a child to be physically injured. On June 8, the Anchorage Assembly will hold a
Editor’s note: The following is from a memo issued by Anchorage Assemblywoman Jamie Allard in favor of a resolution to deny Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson’s request that the Assembly extend the emergency COVID declaration and subsequently her powers
Anchorage’s Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson will not rescind her COVID mandates until 70% of Anchorage is vaccinated. In imposing the vaccine requirement through Emergency Order 20, Quinn-Davison urged city residents to apply pressure on family, friends
Anchorage’s Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson wielded her emergency powers on March 4 to issue a new emergency ordinance that eases some of the burdensome restrictions she has imposed on area residents, businesses and other entities since stepping into the
Alaska Superior Court Judge Jennifer Henderson agreed to schedule oral arguments in an expedited case against the Municipality of Anchorage over whether Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson’s Assembly seat is vacant and should be filled at the April 6
Dustin Darden is on a mission to reshape the Anchorage Assembly. On Jan. 29 he filed to fill Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson’s seat on the Assembly. Since Quinn-Davidson assumed the role of acting mayor on Oct. 23, 2020, her West Anchorage Assembly seat
Anchorage’s Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson is slightly easing up on her COVID mandates while reminding residents of her power to shut the city down again if they do not follow orders. Claiming Anchorage must “loosen restrictions in a way consistent
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