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The commission's nine members, Republican and Democrats, were appointed by President Obama and the majority and minority leaders of both houses of Congress. They worked as volunteers, had no offices and spent most of Although Alaska has 229 of the

Senior Housing Finance Activity: HealthLease, Newcastle, Skilled Healthcare ...
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Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) has announced its 2014 Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living (GOAL) grants and tax credits, totaling $33.2 million and benefiting five communities across the state. The projects will develop or upgrade a

Can bridge across Knik Arm compete with other Alaska transportation needs?
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including guaranteeing a developer's profits. House Finance Committee member Rep. Mia Costello, R-Anchorage, tried to salvage the project's credibility by introducing a bill transferring the project to the well-regarded Alaska Housing Finance

Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person
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Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person In addition, the state has roughly another $10 billion in net assets here and there, in its general fund and in things like the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. with $1.5 billion in equity and in the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority with

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City might commit money to Housing First expansion

City and Borough of Juneau Assembly members asked city staff to write an ordinance that could commit $1.8 million from tobacco tax, sales tax and the city’s savings for the next phase of the project. This money, in addition to substantial grant funding and a few other local sources, would be enough to double the building’s capacity.

The public will have a chance to weigh in on this ordinance on Sept. 17, and the Assembly members will then vote on whether to appropriate the money at that meeting. Multiple Assembly members, including Maria Gladziszewski, asserted during Thursday’s meeting that they were wary of spending more money.

“We have obligated a lot of extra money recently, and it’s very troubling to me,” Gladziszewski said. “The only reason I’m supportive of this is because of the ability to get this money that doesn’t look like it would come again.”

Housing First is a 32-bed facility that houses some of Juneau’s most vulnerable residents, and the plan has been to expand the facility in the near future. As explained by Bruce Denton, vice chair of the Juneau Housing First Collaborative (JHFC), the availability of a $2.8 million grant has given the board an opportunity to expand the facility sooner than planned.