As we round out 2022, I want to reflect on the progress we have made over the last year to make Anchorage a more vibrant city to live, work, and play in. Before touching on those accomplishments, allow me to recognize our incredible Municipal employees.
A year after a federal judge said the hard-left Anchorage Assembly could not force a faith-based women’s shelter to admit transgender biological males who claim to be female, conservative Mayor Dave Bronson has issued a $50,000 grant to the shelter. The
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
The hard leftist super majority in control of the Anchorage Assembly has another fight on its hands. This time, it’s rank-and-file citizens of Anchorage mobilizing to defend their duly elected conservative champion – Mayor Dave
When asked, “Where in the constitution is there authorization for Obama Care?” Nancy Pelosi’s infamous reply was “Are you serious? Are you serious?” As if, “No reasonable person asks questions like that anymore.” The same can be asked of:
An Anchorage Superior Court judge ruled on July 20 that an ordinance passed by the Anchorage Assembly restricting the mayor’s ability to remove department heads is invalid because it violates the city charter and the separation of powers between the
A 33-year-old Anchorage man, Gali Jr., has been charged with attempted murder in the first degree of a police officer. He has also been charged with assault in the first degree of a police officer, assault in the third degree of a police officer, and
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson emphatically denounced and vetoed an ordinance which would allow a simple majority of the 12-member Anchorage Assembly to remove any mayor and replace them with a person of their own choosing. “Since its adoption in 1975, the
Since I took office last year on July 1, significant progress and advancement have been made on the priorities established at the onset of my administration. When it comes to public safety, economic development, the Port of Alaska, homelessness, property
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