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Zachariah Hughes
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Zachariah Hughes 18h
*11 others (Thanks for the catch )
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Zachariah Hughes 19h
Hatch and nine other R's (including ) call on Trump Admin end to family separations under current zero tolerance policy while congress works out broader immigration changes.
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Liz Ruskin Jun 18
Sen. Lisa Murkowski adds to her statement about family separations.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 15
This is a really brave, vulnerable story that is DEFINITELY worth a listen. Airs at the end of Alaska News Nightly tonight at around 6:20pm on most public radio stations in AK.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 15
Yoiiii! Way to go Christine and KYUK! Partnering with one of the premier investigative outlets in the country to take a deep dive into a vital Alaska issue.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 15
Replying to @laureliivanoff
yoiiiiii
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 15
Replying to @laureliivanoff
Where’d you/T get the musk ox fat?
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Nat Herz Jun 14
"For a rural audience, the 'honey bucket' question is sort of like the tip of a political iceberg. Some candidates will never visit a community without modern bathroom amenities – so they have no idea about the challenges people face on a daily basis."
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 13
Replying to @benmatheson
yeah, obviously. As longer as the shed owner lives on site and has established residency the shed ADU should be kosher under the amended zoning ordinance, sure. Are you having a shed warming soon ben?
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 13
Replying to @benmatheson
The shed has to meet some stringent design standards, but more or less yes, you can have a shed of your own Benjamin.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 13
Replying to @ForrestDunbarAK
was it the bagpipes, poem, or stirring floor amendments to the planning code ordinance that moved you most?
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 13
Accessory Dwelling Unit code slackening--so, making it easier to build mother-in-law apartments & tiny homes in residential neighborhoods--passes Anchorage Assembly 9 to 1, opening possibility of more, cheaper housing stock.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Replying to @lruskin
South Ad sayeth nil. No one from there present, which leads me to think they were given some sort of sweet deal at the shadowy Convocation of Community Councils. No one from Bootleggers, either.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Based on the testimony I'm hearing from members of one particular community council, I'm now convinced that if building codes for tiny houses and mother-in-law apartments are slackened in Anchorage, town will soon look exactly like this:
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Replying to @lruskin
Roger's Park is sure that if ADU regs are loosened it will lead to the Visigoths sacking Rome.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
This literary, loquacious headline writer clearly doesn't know what cinnamon looks like.
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Aright yall (you all), time to strap in (pay attention) for some discussion of ADUs, I'm talkin Accessory Dwelling Units (mother-in-law apartments, tiny houses). Gonna be heated (arguments about appropriate residential land-use code), so better crack a cold one 😎 (a ginger ale)!
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Anchorage Assembly votes 8-2 to let the Anchorage Community Development Authority buy the embattled LIO office downtown for $14 million. The current plan is that the building could soon house the police department. Background here:
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Hear that? It’s the sweet sound of municipal employees honoring a retired fire department captain. The sound of freedom (bagpipes).
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Zachariah Hughes Jun 12
Replying to @kcgrove @benmatheson
yes i am
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