The most recent Palmer City Council meeting ended with a long, effusive monologue by outgoing Councilman Brian Daniels, who claimed he was emotionally victimized by poor leadership from the mayor and lack of support from his fellow council members. On April
The successful effort to remove three Palmer City Council members featured the highest voter turnout of any city election for at least the past six years. According to the final vote tally, 877 ballots were counted in the April 19 special election. That’s
It’s official. There will be an election this spring to recall three leftist members of the Palmer City Council. On Jan. 21, the City Clerk Shelly Acteson confirmed that petitioners had gathered the necessary signatures to place Sebrena Combs, Brian Daniels
Recall petitioners turned in a stack of signatures to the city clerk in Palmer in an effort to put three city council members up for a recall vote later this year. Palmer resident Cindy Hudgins, who is helping organized the recall of council members Sabrena
The effort to remove three far-left Palmer City Council members has continued throughout the holidays with volunteers still gathering needed signatures to place Sabrena Combs, Brian Daniels and Jill Valerius on the ballot for a recall vote. “The gathering
A citizen-led recall effort is currently underway to remove three left-leaning Palmer City Council members after a city investigation found they likely violated Alaska law prohibiting elected officials from meeting in quorum to privately discuss matters which
An investigation into four Palmer City Council members, including Julie Berberich who is up for re-election on Oct. 5, has found that their participation in a private Facebook group likely violated Alaska’s prohibition against elected officials meeting in
Editor’s note: At the Aug. 24 Palmer City Council meeting, the writer of this letter, Mike Coons, raised concerns that Council Members Sebrena Combs, Julie Berberich, Brian Daniels and Jill Valerius may have violated the Alaska Open Meetings Act by
The Alaska Watchman has obtained dozens of screen-shot images showing four Palmer City Council members engaged in numerous closed discussions about local politics. The problem is that these exchanges took place in a private Facebook group, out of the public
A sharply divided Palmer City Council voted June 8 to approve using a $30,000 state grant to incentivize people into getting COVID shots. After lengthy debate, the council voted 4-3 to give a passthrough grant from the Alaska Dept. of Health & Social
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