click on the photo to read the full story
The Anchorage Assembly has passed yet again the largest budget in the city’s history. At $540 million, it’s 14.5 percent more than the budget approved under previous Mayor Dan Sullivan back in 2014.
Every year of the Berkowitz Administration has seen record-setting budgets for Alaska’s largest city.
In that same time, the city’s population has declined by 7,000 people and the commercial vacancy rate has reached the highest level ever measured — 15 percent vacancy for Class A office space.