Legislative Update: Cordova fares well in budget passed by Legislature

"Overall, I am pleased with how Cordova fared in the budget. Aside from healthy Alaska Marine Highway System and Department of Fish and Game budgets, we received $21.8 million for the Cordova airport rescue and firefighting building replacement, $5.9 million for the Prince William Sound Science Center, a $200,000 reappropriation to the center that was previously vetoed, as well as $3 million for Cordova’s south harbor replacement."

Legislative Update: Operating budget now in hands of Senate; other bills under consideration

Dear Friends and Neighbors,I wanted to update you on the operating budget, Board of Fisheries confirmations, as well as other bills under consideration by...
The Cordova Legislative Information Office (Dec. 2, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Public testimony on House operating budget is Friday

Public testimony on the House Operating Budget is this Friday, March 4, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the House Finance Committee. The Cordova Legislative Information Office (LIO) will be open for public testimony during that time.

Legislative Update: Our fiscal reality remains fundamentally unchanged

Rep. Louise Stutes: With an influx of billions of federal dollars and the price of oil at over $80 per barrel, the next few legislative sessions represent a generational opportunity for Alaska.

Legislative Update: Alaska needs a fiscal solution to remain vibrant

Rep. Louise Stutes will attend Board of Fisheries meetings in Cordova next month.

Legislative Update: Work on budget is nowhere near complete

Alaskans deserve a consistent PFD, but any solution must also balance the diverse needs of the state's communities, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.
Captain Brett Merrill commands the M/V Aurora during its final 2019 run out of Cordova. (Sept. 19, 2019) Photo by Zachary Snowdon Smith/The Cordova Times

Legislative Update: Weighing ferry service against the PFD

Rep. Louise Stutes delivers an update on legislative efforts to revitalize the Alaska Marine Highway System.

Legislative Update: Participate April 10 in public hearing on Board of Fisheries

Rep. Louise Stutes urges the public to participate in a Saturday, April 10 hearing regarding Gov. Mike Dunleavy's appointees to the Board of Fisheries.

Legislative Update: Fisheries Committee is hard at work

The House Fisheries Committee is considering bills to support Alaska's commercial fishermen and to manage invasive species, writes Rep. Louise Stutes.

Legislative Update: Cordova’s fishery, ferry priorities will stay at forefront

As Speaker of the House, Rep. Louise Stutes will continue to advocate on issues affecting Cordova, she writes.
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