“APD is the strongest it’s ever been with the addition of these 30 new officers,” said Chief Justin Doll. “I want to thank the Mayor and the Assembly for supporting these staffing increase efforts.”
The University of Alaska Board of Regents unanimously approved the university’s FY19 operating and capital budgets, postponed a discussion on the Haines timber project to an upcoming special meeting and recognized outstanding staff at its meeting May 31 in Anchorage.
The Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development and Department of Administration have finalized regulations to encourage safe workplaces and compliance with labor laws.
The Alaska Legislature reached a compromise on the last day of the legislative session to pass a health care price transparency measure originally put forward by Representative Ivy Spohnholz (D-Anchorage).
Governor Bill Walker signed Administrative Order No 294, strengthening the Alaska Council on the Homeless.
First Lady Donna Walker congratulated the recipients of the First Lady’s Volunteer of the Year Award on May 4.
Governor Bill Walker signed House Bill 287 into law at Harborview Elementary School on May 3 in Juneau, joined by members of the House and Senate – Democrats, Republicans, and Independents.