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Sunday, June 26, 2005

Legislators seek advice on creating boroughs

We have some ideas about this: "The Alaska Legislature is forming an interim advisory commission to study the causes of economic hardships in rural communities and develop proposals to help them form local governments.

The resolution approving the Advisory Commission on Local Government says that in recent years, many small communities across the state have faced serious debt or have stopped providing local services."

The authors of the constitution had a vision for creating local government throughout the state, a vision that has been sidetracked.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is some advise: stop being posers. Do something for a change, something real. This is just something to put on their wall; they don't really care.

Change it. For good.

I recognise our King. Lead us out of this darkness!

12:21 AM  
Anonymous Catherine said...

An "interim advisory commission"? Wow, thanks for the effort. "We'll take your suggestions under advisement". Can we get some 'roundtuits' for these people?

Thank you for keeping up with this. When the issue for a constitutional monarchy comes up, I'll vote. Got any openings for a Queen?

12:29 AM  
Blogger The King of Alaska said...

Thank you all for your support and encouragement. I have some excellent news today that I will be revealing soon.

Catherine, there is room enough for everyone.

Dennis Imprimis Rex Alaska

9:06 PM  

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