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Dunleavy Continues Commitment to Public Safety Through People First Initiative

Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy introduced $10 million to advance his number one priority of public safety by supporting the People First Initiative and assisting children, youth, and families through the Office of Children’s Services.

@GovDunleavy:

I am happy to say that maintenance for a vital transportation link along the Kuskokwim River will be fully funded under my FY23 budget. I had the opportunity to travel the Kuskokwim Ice Road for the first time on a recent visit to the Villages of Napakiak and Napaskiak. All those hundreds of miles of drivable ice are truly an Alaskan feat. I was impressed by the job the crew from the Village of Napaimute was doing and I heard from many residents about the importance of the road during the winter months for health, safety, commerce, and recreation. I’m glad we have identified funding to cover this expense from existing authorities.

2:42PM – February 24, 2022

Governor Michael J. Dunleavy looking at camera outside

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Mike Dunleavy


As Alaska’s 12th Governor, Governor Dunleavy is committed to restoring trust in government and opening Alaska up to new business and investment. 

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