Viewpoints: Letters / Opinions
Ketchikan Town Meeting Monday, Feb. 29th
By Rep. Dan Ortiz
February 25, 2016
You may have heard that Governor Walker is coming to town on Monday. It is an honor for me to join Governor Walker for this trip that will allow him and members of his administration to learn first-hand about the issues affecting our island. I will co-host a town meeting with Governor Walker on Monday, February 29th at 5pm at the Ted Ferry Civic Center.
This meeting will allow Governor Walker and his team to share information about the 96 million dollars in Ketchikan International Airport access monies and how they will be utilized to provide better access to our airport and other transportation projects in the community.
The Governor will also present their ambitious fiscal plan to the good people of Ketchikan and Saxman and answer questions. I plan to be there to listen and learn from the people and give an update on the progress our Alaska State Legislature is making to address our troubling fiscal challenges.
Please join me on Monday, February 29th, at 5pm at the Ted Ferry Civic Center for this important town meeting.
Dan OrtizDan Ortiz
About: Dan Ortiz
is an independent member of the Alaska House of Representatives, who has since 2015 represented the 36th District. He is the only Independent member serving in the Alaska State Legislature.
Received February 25, 2016
- Published February 25, 2016
Governor: Public Meeting in Ketchikan to Discuss Fiscal Plan & Q&A - Representative Dan Ortiz (I-Ketchikan) will be joined by Alaska Governor Bill Walker and members of his administration for a special, mid-legislative session, trip to Ketchikan on Monday, February 29th. - More...
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