FAIRBANKS — Janet Woods of Fairbanks resigned from the Alaska Board of Fisheries on Friday, less than a year after being appointed to the board by then-Gov. Sarah Palin.
Woods, who was named to the board for a three-year term in July 2009, submitted her resignation Thursday morning, according to Sharon Leighow, the governor’s press secretary. Leighow said Gov. Sean Parnell did not ask Woods to resign.
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