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A full house of citizens came to protest legal action they feared the Borough Assembly might consider against Propositions 3 and 4 that were passed by voters in the recent municipal election. Misunderstood language on memorandums and a published agenda started rumors about Assembly action. As KUAC’s Robyne reports, the special meeting left both citizens and Assembly members frustrated with inaccurate information.

10-12-18 KUAC MORNING NEWSCAST

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Three environmental groups announced Wednesday they intend to sue the federal Environmental Protection Agency for what they say is its failure to require the Fairbanks North Star Borough to reduce air pollution.


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Gov. Bill Walker and the two candidates who are running to unseat him pitched their ideas Tuesday on how to promote the state’s tourism industry. Walker and former Republican state Sen. Mike Dunleavy, along with former Democratic U.S. Sen. Mark Begich, talked about tourism and other issues during an Alaska Tourism Industry Association candidate forum at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks.


The state Department of Environmental Conservation has proposed regulating a group of flourinated chemicals collectively known as PFAS, including some that have infiltrated groundwater in the Fairbanks area. DEC proposes to set a cleanup level for groundwater contaminated with the chemicals.


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