In a somewhat surprising move, the three conservative-leaning Anchorage Assembly members enthusiastically joined their hard leftist colleagues in unanimously approving a resolution encouraging Anchorage residents to enthusiastically celebrate and affirm
The next Anchorage Assembly meeting lands on June 6, the 79th anniversary of D-Day. But unlike many other cities around the country, there will be no special resolutions honoring the 4,414 Americans who died as they and fellow Allied soldiers stormed the
The April 4 election is shaping up to be yet another victory lap for Anchorage’s hardline cultural leftists. If Tuesday night’s early returns are any indication, liberals will continue their supermajority dominance on the Assembly and school board. Of the
Tuesday, Feb. 21, is shaping up to be an interesting news day for Anchorage. First, a special meeting to provide clarity on Anchorage’s new plan for transportation is scheduled that day (1-2:30 PM). AMATS’ Community Advisory Committee scheduled the
Conservative Anchorage political activist Russell Biggs has recently uncovered evidence showing that several Anchorage Assembly members have been destroying public records that show collusion to manipulate public policy within the assembly meetings. Biggs’
During the February 9, 2023 Anchorage Assembly Rules Committee meeting, Assemblyman Christopher Constant mentioned his interest in converting past emergency ordinances to permanent code. The effort has been termed “EOs to AOs.” During the meeting,
Free speech advocates across the political spectrum should be concerned about the Anchorage Assembly’s effort to empower its newly formed Equity Committee to combat unwanted speech by members of the public. As recently reported in the Watchman, the Equity
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson has tapped local attorney Mario Bird to serve as city attorney, but he must make it through a Sept. 13 vote in order to officially fill the post. He has been serving in the capacity on an interim basis, awaiting final
Mayor Dave Bronson announced line-item vetoes totaling $16.2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds, which the Anchorage Assembly had approved as part of a $51 million allotment of federal Covid recovery funds. Bronson said the vetoes were aimed at
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