Editorial: Have a list ready, just in case
January 21, 2021
It's no secret that the state of Alaska is short of enough revenues to provide the services its communities need. And until the legislature, the governor and members of the public make hard decisions about taxes and the size of the Permanent Fund dividend, there will not be much state money available to flow to cities and boroughs for construction and repair projects.
However, there is always a chance of political compromise that could create opportunities for dealing with backlogged maintenance projects and repairs statewide.
The Wrangell Borough Assembly was realistic last week at its wor...