Demboski to hold community discussion
Dear friends and neighbors:
The past six months have been busy. I have had the opportunity to help neighbors with water damage issues, potholes, speeders, worked to ensure our public safety has adequate resources for our community and so much more.
I can’t begin to thank the community for giving me the opportunity to serve you on the Assembly. This is truly the most challenging and rewarding experience I have ever embarked upon, and I will continue to work hard to address each of your issues as they come my way.
I believe the best way to represent our community is to hear from you directly. I often attend Community Council meetings, but I will also host “community discussions” so we have the opportunity to discuss the budget, taxes, spending and policy face to face.
The Assembly will be voting on a number of big issues in the next two weeks, including the budget, changes to Title 21, the taxicab ordinance, and increasing fees for ambulance transports and bus fares. So, now is a great time to start the dialogue. Please join me Saturday, Nov. 16 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Jitters for a candid discussion of the local issues that affect us all.
I look forward to hearing from you.
— Amy Demboski, Assembly member, Chugiak, Eagle River, JBER