Archives for May 2014

Unsolved Homicide: Family and Police Request Public’s Assistance

20 years ago this month, David “Barry” McNulty was shot and killed at the Garden Island Party Store.  All leads received during and after the investigation have been followed-up, however the case remains unsolved.  Information regarding this case is requested from the public. The details are as follows: On May 30th, 1994 at 11:07 p.m., […]

Memorial Day

Memorial Day Services were held at the Veteran’s Park today in honor of those who have served our country. On this Memorial Day, please spend a few moments to appreciate our freedom, and those who have sacrificed so much in service to our country. Amber

Arbor Day Celebrations in the Community:

The week around Arbor Day saw many trees being planted around the community:On Monday, May 19th, Mayor Eberhart read an Arbor Day Proclamation from all three local mayors, and praised the efforts of Arbor Day groups and helped to plant a tree with the Friends of Creamer’s Field.On Wednesday, May 21st, the Fairbanks Arbor Committee came […]

Police Memorial Day

Today the annual Police Memorial Day event was held at the Fairbanks Police Department. Peace officers and the public assembled for a time to remember 67 Alaskan heroes in law enforcement. The event included a Welcome from Deputy Chief Br…ad Johnson, Invocation by Chaplain Brian Graham, National Anthem sung by David Wilcoxin, Remarks by Senator […]

First Work-Based Learning Experience Completed!

Today, May 14, the staff at the Patrick B. Cole City Hall is saying goodbye to Jada Anderson, the first student to participate in the new Work Study Program. Jada is graduating from West Valley High School and will be leaving for the Air Fo…rce this summer. We thank Jada for being a hard worker […]

Council Action Notice – 05/12/14

To view the City Council Action Notice from the Regular Meeting of May 12, 2014 click the below link. Council Action Notice – 05/12/2014

Welcome Alaska Peace Officers Association Conference

Mayor Eberhart welcomes the Alaska Peace Officers Association 2014 Crime Conference to Fairbanks this morning. Improved public safety is Mayor Eberhart’s top priority. The City of Fairbanks is pleased to have these law enforcement professionals gather here during National Police Week. Amber Photo: Brad Johnson

Council Agenda Packet – 05/12/14

To view the City Council Agenda for the Regular Meeting of May 12, 2014 click the below link. Council Agenda Packet – 05/12/2014

Council Action Notice – 05/05/14

To view the Council Action from the Regular Meeting of May 5, 2014, click the below link. Council Action Notice – 05/05/2014

HURRY! The deadline for submitting your Diversity Council Application is Sunday, May 25, 2014!

On March 10, 2014 the Fairbanks City Council adopted Ordinance No. 5939 creating a Fairbanks Diversity Council (FDC).  Mayor Eberhart invites you to serve our community by applying for a seat on this commission. The purpose of the FDC is to provide a citizens’ forum to the City Council and the Borough Assembly, provide advice and […]