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Employment Down 1.3 Percent in September Compared to September 2016, Unemployment Rate Unchanged

Employment Down 1.3 Percent in September Compared to September 2016, Unemployment Rate Unchanged

Alaska’s total employment was down by an estimated 1.3 percent in September compared to September 2016, a loss of about 4,600 jobs. Over-the-year job losses have gradually gotten smaller in 2017, however. The largest losses during the current downturn were in the fall of 2017 at -2.6 percent.
Governor Walker Signs Stronger Alaska Legislation in Petersburg

Governor Walker Signs Stronger Alaska Legislation in Petersburg

SB 28 opens thousands of additional acres to borough for economic, resource development
Governor Bill Walker today signed legislation to help increase economic and resource development opportunities in the Petersburg Borough. When it was formed in 2013, the Petersburg Borough received a significantly smaller land grant entitlement from the state than other organized boroughs; Senate Bill 28 rectifies this situation, increasing the land entitlement for Petersburg by 12,770 acres.
Governor Walker Issues Disaster Declaration for North Slope Borough

Governor Walker Issues Disaster Declaration for North Slope Borough

Late-September storm produced perilous conditions, flooding, damage in Utqiagvik
Governor Bill Walker late yesterday issued a declaration of disaster for the North Slope Borough following a strong Arctic sea storm in September. The declaration makes available $1 million from the state’s Disaster Relief Fund, and will allow the community to begin addressing the full scope of damage from the Sept. 28-30 storm.
State Proposes rehabilitation of the Tok Cutoff between mile posts 38 and 50

State Proposes rehabilitation of the Tok Cutoff between mile posts 38 and 50

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF), in cooperation with the Alaska Division of the Federal Highway Administration, is proposing to rehabilitate the Tok Cutoff between mile posts 38 and 50. Improvements will include drainage, embankment stabilization and rebuilding pavement structure. The project also includes railing upgrades and deck repairs to the Indian River Bridge #651.
Anchorage City Council Passes Resolution for Avalanche Awareness Month

Anchorage City Council Passes Resolution for Avalanche Awareness Month

The City of Anchorage joined Governor Walker in recognizing the importance of reminding citizens to become avalanche aware by issuing a resolution declaring November Avalanche Awareness Month and supporting public awareness for snow safety.
Coast Guard concludes Operation Arctic Shield 2017

Coast Guard concludes Operation Arctic Shield 2017

The Coast Guard concluded its annual Arctic Shield operations Monday with the closure of its Forward Operating Location in Kotzebue and the departure of the Cutter Healy from the Arctic.
Workers’ Compensation Rates to Decrease in 2018

Workers’ Compensation Rates to Decrease in 2018

Alaska businesses will see an average degrease of 5.4 percent for 2018 workers’ compensation insurance assigned risk rates. Workers’ compensation voluntary insurance loss costs will decrease by 7.9 percent.
State Appeals Roadless Rule to D.C. Circuit

State Appeals Roadless Rule to D.C. Circuit

In the final days of the President Clinton administration, the United States Department of Agriculture adopted one of the most far reaching land management rules of all time when it placed 58 million acres of National Forest into a protected classification that prohibits timber harvest, road construction, and indirectly nearly all development. This single action removed two percent of the entire United States land mass from the pool of lands that can be economically developed nationwide. The State today appealed the district’s court unfavorable decision upholding the rule to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Attorney General Appeals Ruling in Alaska Democratic Party v. State

Attorney General Appeals Ruling in Alaska Democratic Party v. State

The State filed an appeal today to the Alaska Supreme Court in Alaska Democratic Party v. State of Alaska, a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state statute that requires a candidate who runs in a political party’s primary election to be a registered member of that party. The Alaska Democratic Party filed suit against the State in order to be allowed to run unaffiliated candidates, who are not registered Democrats, in its 2018 political party primary.
Governor Walker, Lt. Governor Mallott Testify in Congressional Hearing on 1002 Area

Governor Walker, Lt. Governor Mallott Testify in Congressional Hearing on 1002 Area

Support oil and gas exploration, development in non-wilderness area of Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Governor Bill Walker and Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallott today testified in the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources in support of oil and gas exploration and development in the 1002 section of the non-wilderness area of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). The 1002 area makes up 8 percent of the 19 million-acre ANWR.
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