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1:00 am
Mon June 23, 2014

6/23/14 KNBA News - Gov. Parnell signs bill to fund Knik Arm Bridge with federal, state dollars

A new law drops a proposed public-private partnership for Knik crossing funding. The plan now is for to use public funds, two-thirds of which will be repaid with $5 one-way tolls collected from bridge users. Funding and construction is also being transferred from the Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority to the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

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Local News
8:04 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

5/29/14 KNBA News - Gov. Sean Parnell signs a $12.8 billion budget for next year

Next year's operating and capital budgets total $12.8 billion, $400,000 less than this years, but still with a $1.4 billion dollar deficit.

A member of Fairbanks team that's been in control of the Funny River firefighting efforts describes some challenges and successes.

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Local News
8:04 pm
Wed May 28, 2014

5/29/14 KNBA News - Gov. Sean Parnell signs a $12.8 billion budget for next year

Next year's operating and capital budgets total $12.8 billion, $400,000 less than this years, but still with a $1.4 billion dollar deficit.

A member of Fairbanks team that's been in control of the Funny River firefighting efforts describes some challenges and successes.

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8:08 pm
Sun July 21, 2013

Will Anchorage plant get another waiver to dump waste into Cook Inlet?

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The Anchorage Dispatch reports that Alaska's largest city produces 58 million gallons of sewage a day, and much of it ends up being pumped into adjacent Cook Inlet after less treatment than is usually required by federal standards.
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