Former State Rep Fined For Ethics Violations; And The Mat-Su Ferry Saga Continues

Former State Representative Alan Dick must repay the state $18,000 after ethics violations. An Anchorage group wants to stop municipal unions from automatically collecting union dues. The Anchorage Assembly is under pressure to remove fluoride from the city’s drinking water. School is back in session, but districts are feeling the financial pinch. The Anchorage School Board approves a new contract for teachers. The saga of the Mat-Su ferry continues. Has the momentum for the LNG line lessened? An Athabascan exhibit is about to go on display at the Dena’ina Center. Some notable figures in Alaska pass away – Bill Ray and Cal Worthington.

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