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The intent of the COVID-19 Quality Initiative is to stabilize and strengthen early childhood and afterschool/school-age education programs.
“[This] news is a key indicator that the PPP is working for all small businesses across our Nation,” says SBA Administrator Jovita Carranza.
APU will use the donation to administer the GCI Donovan Walsh Scholarship, which will award ten scholarships to students based on need.
Oil and gas exploration companies offered more than $7 million for the rights to explore for oil and gas on 191,248 acres of State of Alaska land in the Arctic region.
The development brings the first 100 percent market rate apartment community to the Park Strip North district of downtown Anchorage in more than forty years.
Governor Mike Dunleavy announced that the Alaska Department of Law will file an administrative appeal with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Pacific Ocean Division, over the Alaska District’s decision to deny the 404 permit for the proposed Pebble Project in Southwest Alaska.
Proved reserves of oil and natural gas rose annually in the United States by at least 9 percent in the previous two years (2017–2018), a trend interrupted by relatively low oil and natural gas prices.
Alaska Opens Enrollment to SHARP-3 to Attract Healthcare Workers and Support Underserved Communities
The newly updated version of the SHARP program offers repayments for education loans or direct financial incentives and expands participation to cover medical, dental, behavioral health, and other disciplines.
“This right-of-way is the culmination of years of research, planning, and collaboration,” says AIDEA Executive Director Alan Weitzner. “The signing of this permit is a major milestone. It’s the first step in a multi-year phase of feasibility and predevelopment.”