Shortly after he was elected, Gov. Mike Dunleavy nominated Jason Brune to lead the state Department of Environmental Conservation. But because of Brune’s previous work tied to the proposed Pebble Mine, his nomination has drawn controversy.
If voters and the state approve the $4 million general obligations bond, the city said it will use existing revenue sources to pay for it. The bond would fund a project to fix downtown roads and an extension to the Lake Road Fire Hall.
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- Dillingham student in Washington D.C. as U.S. Senate Youth Program delegate
- Dunleavy's proposed budget would cut $6.4 million to Bristol Bay schools
- Vincent Kane hired as Dillingham Middle/High School principal
- Dunleavy’s proposed cut to education funding would cut more than $400,000 to Bristol Bay schools