NEWS

02|10
2016

Sale of Anchorage LIO building to state makes sense for all (Commentary)

Moving Anchorage legislative office to Atwood Building may be popular, but it's the wrong move for Alaska.

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12|18
2015

Landlord Offers to Sell LIO for $10 Million Less Than Appraised Value (Press Release from Landlord)

Recognizing the State of Alaska is in a very different situation today than when the renovation to the Anchorage Legislative Information Office (LIO) was authorized, the owners of the renovated building have offered to take a dramatic step to forge a pathway to savings for the state.

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12|16
2015

AJOC EDITORIAL: Breaking LIO lease will signal state can’t be trusted (News - Editorial)

Legislators were rightly concerned when Gov. Bill Walker, without warning, vetoed $200 million in appropriations from the current fiscal year budget designated for the oil and gas tax credit program. Walker noted at the time — and his Revenue Commissioner Randall Hoffbeck had to spend a lot of time in the aftermath reiterating to the financial community — that the State of Alaska was not reneging on its obligation to pay the credits. The consequences of not honoring its debts would be terrible for a state trying to protect its top-notch AAA credit rating as it faces multi-billion deficits and now plans to finance its $13 billion share of the Alaska LNG Project.

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11|16
2015

New on our vimeo channel: Creekside groundbreaking (Video)

Our team broke ground for the new Body Renew, BurgerFi and Krispy Kreme at Creekside in East Anchorage on Oct. 7. Check out this video on the kick-off event for this project!

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