“After reviewing in detail all of the federal unemployment aid options presented to me and my team, choosing to give $300 more per week allows us to use the state’s unemployment trust fund and helps us to best serve Alaskans ..." Dunleavy said.

Mayor Clay Walker clarified: “This certainly doesn’t take away anyones’ rights. It affirms and encourages safe practices within our community. It is a resolution. Not an order. Not a mandate. Not an ordinance.”

One of the teens spotted a paper inside the box that identified the item as an “RPG.” They just couldn’t believe it was real. Nevertheless, they delivered it to troopers. That’s when they discovered it was indeed the real thing, apparently stolen off someone’s front porch, where FedEx had delivered it. 

Nordmark’s last board meeting will be Aug. 4. District 7 members interested in serving the remainder of Nordmark’s term can contact Susan Redlin at 458-5721 or SKRedlin@gvea.com for an application packet. 

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