The Municipality of Anchorage is hoping to develop a chunk of Chugiak hillside, seeking to sell a 19.4-acre parcel near Loretta French Park.
The land – wooded property located off Jasmine Road – is owned by the Heritage Land Bank, a municipal agency tasked with managing public lands around Anchorage. The land bank plans to offer the parcel for competitive bid sale, paving the way for residential development, according to HLB land managers; the sale is contingent upon approval by the Anchorage Assembly.
Eagle River’s Kristin Helvey, who owns Helvey Communications, has been honored along with Kathy Day Public Relations Virtual, as a 2017 Public Relations Society of America Silver Anvil Award winner. The award “recognizes and honors the very best public relations programs planned and executed each year,” according to a press release.
Construction at Birchwood’s newest shooting range is progressing ahead of schedule, and the Southcentral Law Enforcement Tactical Training Center is scheduled to open for business this fall, according to project managers.
“Everything’s tracking well,” said Alan Czajkowski, director of maintenance and operations for the Anchorage Public Works Department.
There is nothing more exasperating to a gardener than to see their plants being devoured by bugs. Just yesterday, tiny Thrips were all over my long awaited white Peony blooms and my disdain for these little creeps came out.