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A former city employee has been ordered to serve probation after stealing cash from Unalaska City Hall; the former CEO of Quintillion has been charged with fraud; and U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski has reaffirmed her support for the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
The state wants Unalaska to help fund the salmon weir at McLees Lake; Togiak could see one of the earliest herring harvests ever recorded; and the Alaska Senate is expected to vote on the state budget soon.
Unalaska has taken its first official step toward banning plastic bags; a state bill that would ban smoking in workplaces has also made progress in the House; and the Kobuk 440 Sled Dog Race starts tomorrow.
Unalaskans are lobbying the City Council to ban single-use plastic bags; mechanical problems on a state ferry have stranded passengers in Homer; and the 90-day legislative session is winding down for Alaska lawmakers.
Unalaska’s proposed capital budget has grown to $11.2 million; the Qawalangin Tribe is organizing a recycling drive for Earth Day; and it’s increasingly likely that Alaska Permanent Fund dividends will be roughly $1,600 this year.