907 Updates April 28, 2022

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Heli-skiing guide dies in Chugach Mountains avalanche; remembered as ‘local Valdez legend’; Wasilla business owners experience seasonal uptick in criminal activity Mid Valley Garden and Greenhouse owners said they have a solution they’re willing to pay for, but DOT can’t allow it; Alaska SeaLife Center rescues first elephant seal of the year earlier than normal; Markella’s Make-A-Wish story and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Juneau Assembly looks into exempting food from sales tax; Resurrection Lutheran Church finishes first winter as Juneau’s cold weather shelter and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Alaska’s largest April wildfire in 25 years could be done burning and more ->
Alaska Native News: Suspect in Anchorage DV Assault Tuesday Night Arrested on Wednesday Morning on Wilson Street; Alaska Senate Passes the Personal Use Cabin Permit Program Act Alaska Senate Passes the Personal Use Cabin Permit Program Act; This Day In Alaska History April 28th, 1898 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks North Star Borough releases April Community Research Quarterly and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Spring bounty: Utqiagvik landed 10 whales in less than two weeks; The only immersion school in Northwest Alaska teaches children Iñupiaq language and lifestyle and more ->
KINY: Alaska Department of Ed announces grants for Afterschool Programs; Avalanche triggered in Valdez injures two and more ->
KSTK: Wrangell students seek votes after reaching Top 50 in Vans shoe design contest; Wrangell Assembly approves water, cemetery rate increases and more ->
KFSK: Coast Guard cutter leaves Petersburg after 32 years and more ->
KRBD: Alaska authorities announce drug busts yielding thousands of fentanyl pills; Cruise ship scrubbers court controversy over water pollution and more ->
KUCB: Unalaska City Council votes unanimously to fully fund school district; Sand Point gets long-awaited upgrade to its small boat harbor and more ->
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JOIN US IN-PERSON at the Project Open House

on Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 5:00 – 7:00 PM

Abbott Loop Community Park Pavilion

8101 Elmore Road, Anchorage, AK 99507

Join PM&E and DOWL, to learn about the current design approach, see updated plans, and have your questions answered.

Your input is important!

Public feedback is a critical part of the design process. Throughout the project there will be opportunities for you to share your thoughts. Your comments will be used to help shape the development and outcomes of this road project.

We welcome all comments and questions about the project. Please email us today at SpruceStreetExtension@dowl.com and stay tuned on this website for information about public meetings and project updates to the Abbott Loop Community Council.