The Municipality of Anchorage is broadening the reach of litigation to include the federal government among the defendants in the ongoing port expansion drama.
GIRDWOOD — Alaska’s need for Arctic infrastructure — fixed and mobile — dominated the discussion at World Trade Center Alaska’s Arctic Ambitions conference Feb. 27 in Girdwood.
Alaska Air Carriers Association members and pilots had a chance at their annual convention to voice their concerns to industry experts about operating alongside unmanned aircraft.
The impending closure of the Flint Hills Resources North Pole refinery could cut $11 million in annual revenue to the Alaska Railroad, adding to the “unholy trinity” of challenges facing the state railroad, its president and CEO Bill O’Leary said.
After delaying it twice and holding a special meeting the Anchorage Assembly voted Feb. 25 to approve CH2M Hill’s bid for construction management services at the Port of Anchorage.