Bronson: Incompetence, Corruption, Cruelty

Judy Eledge: Hostile Environment at the Library

Anchorage’s top library administrator was being investigated for workplace complaints. Bronson fired the investigator.

Anchorage HR director’s ‘I’m with Judy’ t-shirt part of wrongful termination suit

Bronson-appointed Anchorage library manager accused of racist remarks and fostering a hostile work environment

Mayor Bronson: Instances or allegations of instability, scandal, incompetence, idiocy, malfeasance, deception and potentially illegal activity by the Dave Bronson administration since his election as mayor

EDITORIAL: What’s breaking in Anchorage lately? The list is long.

From Penis Cookies to Spying: A Growing List of Allegations at Anchorage City Hall

Read Amy Demboski’s letter to Anchorage Mayor Bronson detailing allegations of unethical behavior

Anchorage Mayor Bronson’s office accused of using City Hall surveillance video to track staff speaking to ombudsman, Assembly members

From Mayor Bronson’s first day in office, a domestic violence case loomed over Anchorage City Hall

Anchorage’s ousted muni manager says work environment was toxic

Anchorage’s departed city manager says she was fired after emailing Mayor Dave Bronson concerns about code violations

Turns out Dave Bronson is even worse at being mayor than we could have imagined, allegedly

Anchorage Assembly chair: ‘The mayor’s administration is on fire. It’s burning’

Mayor Bronson’s appointee Joe Gerace resigns amid scandal

Anchorage Health Department director resigns amid investigation into fabricated resume

Anchorage Assembly activates subpoena powers for inquiry into former Health Department director

Former Health Department Director Joe Gerace accused of civil fraud

Mayor Bronson and “Save Anchorage” during the mask mandate hearings

Former Health Department Director Joe Gerace accused of civil fraud

Mayor Bronson defends use of Holocaust imagery by mask mandate opponents during heated second night of Anchorage Assembly hearing

Dave Bronson, backed by ‘Save Anchorage’ group, enters crowded mayoral race

Anchorage Assembly calls on Mayor Bronson to enforce mask mandate

Humanitarian crisis created by Mayor Bronson’s Centennial Park homeless camp decision

2 injured, including police officer, in exchange of gunfire at Centennial Park campground in East Anchorage

Police shooting rattles community at Anchorage’s campground for homeless residents

Few supplies, many questions and multiple bear encounters at Anchorage campground now open to homeless residents

‘Deplorable,’ dangerous conditions at East Anchorage campground, homeless advocates say

‘Nothing but rain’: Homeless residents try to cope with a soggy mess at Centennial Park Campground

City abruptly repurposes East Anchorage campground for use by homeless people

Mayor Bronson Fails the Snow Plowing Test. Vulnerable residents suffer

Anchorage leaders were warned this summer about potential snowplow problems

One reason for snowplow delays? Poor planning and preparation in City Hall, say elected officials

Assembly members question whether city is violating law by paying road service contractors for snow removal in Anchorage Bowl

McKenna Brothers Seen Using Muni Fuel Depot Multiple Times in January

Constant: Commitment, Compassion, Community

Housing is the proven strategy to end homelessness

Anchored Home

The Anchored City Podcast

Purchase finalized to make downtown Anchorage hotel into low-income and supportive housing for formerly homeless

Amid Anchorage’s homelessness upheaval, a new shelter quietly rushed to house dozens of vulnerable people

Complex Care – Catholic Social Services

Assembly insists on opening Golden Lion Inn for Treatment and Housing

Anchorage Assembly votes to use the Golden Lion as housing for homeless, not emergency shelter

Anchorage finalizes purchase of Golden Lion for substance treatment center

Former Golden Lion Hotel To Be Turned Into Low-Income Housing

Anchorage Assembly pushes Bronson administration to open longer-term housing for homeless in former Golden Lion Hotel

Anchorage Assembly creates Mobile Crisis Team despite resistance from Mayor Bronson

A new team of Anchorage first responders focuses on mental health crises. Officials say it frees up hospital beds and public safety resources.

OPINION: Assembly is expanding Anchorage mental health services

Fire Department Mobile Crisis Team

Building an Anchorage Mobile Crisis Team – PDF

Anchorage’s Mobile Crisis Team hopes funding to operate 24/7 will expand ability to address mental health crises

Bronson Administration Fails to Implement 24 Hour Mobile Crisis Team Funded by the Assembly

Duke Russell Feeding Anchorage Homeless when Mayor Bronson Won’t

Duke Russell couldn’t keep walking away from Anchorage’s neediest people. Now he’s feeding hundreds a day.

Anchorage’s Duke Russell earns special nod as Rasmuson Foundation names Individual Artist Award recipients

Duke Russell

Equal representation on the Anchorage Assembly for Downtown District

Anchorage Assembly sets new district boundaries and adds a 12th seat

Volland poised to win North Anchorage Assembly race

Campaign strives to give downtown Anchorage the same number of Assembly seats as other districts

AK4AK Concert Helps To Reconnect Alaskans During Hunker Down

With big audiences impossible, some of Alaska’s most popular musicians record a virtual concert

Medium Build – Spotify Playlist

Ed Washington – Instagram

Medium Build’s Nick Carpenter has hit the national stage, but he isn’t leaving Anchorage behind

Medium Build

Austin Quinn-Davidson and Suzanne LaFrance support kids

Assembly Unanimously Approves Paid Parental Leave Benefit

Yes on Proposition 14 – Care 4 Kids Anchorage

Municipality of Anchorage recognizes all Alaska Native Tribes 18 months before State of Alaska.  Working with Eklutna to restore the river

Background on Municipality of Anchorage Government-to-Government Relations with the Sovereign Native Village of Eklutna – PDF

Native Village of Eklutna

Groundbreaking Municipal/Tribal Relations Ordinance Passes Anchorage Assembly

Restoring the Eklutna River

Restoring the Eklutna River is long overdue

Anchorage Election, Ballots Due By April 4

​The next Regular Municipal Election is April 4, 2023.

Voter Resources

Q&As with Anchorage Assembly and school board candidates in the 2023 municipal election