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You may email letters to has lived in Alaska since 1962 and in Eagle River since 2010.
Alaska's rich history encompasses several eras and cultures, as well as countless fascinating—and sometimes downright surprising—chapters (such as the local World War II relics).
Some members of the Birchwood Community Council feel betrayed by a compromise proposal to bring Anchorage Water and Waste Water (AWWU) lines into their area from the Chugiak High School Vault to the North Eagle River Vault.
Resolution AO 2017 153, proposed by Mayor Ethan Berkowitz, will have a public hearing November 21* to flush out concerns of residents for and against the line.
*Editor’s Note: Our apologies, we have since been informed that the public hearing is actually tentatively scheduled for December 19, November 21 is the first date the ordinance and resolutions will be introduced to the Assembly.
So any comments to the Assembly, Mayor or AWWU should be prior to that date or at public testimony on that date.“We still have a 23’ transmission water line through our ‘no water and sewer’ Birchwood Community,” responded John Cruickshank, a long-time Birchwood resident, following distribution of the proposed resolution.