To view the Council Agenda for the Regular Meeting of April 6, 2015, click the below link:
The City of Fairbanks website was down earlier today due to a hack attack. We’d like to blame it on the recent solar eclipse, but it was actually due to hackers who found our site interesting enough to hack (that makes us one of the cool sites).
IMPORTANT: All payments made through the City of Fairbanks are secure as the payment system was not breached.
To view the Council Action from the Regular Meeting of March 23, 2015, click the below link.
To view the Agenda Packet for the Regular City Council Meeting of March 23, 2015, click the below link.
Mayor Eberhart continues to make communication with you his priority. One of the ways we can accomplish this is by providing a monthly newsletter covering topics and events the City is involved in. We hope you find this helpful and informative and would appreciate your comments and thoughts anytime at 907.459.6793.Thank you, Amber.
Monday night at City Council Meeting, Danyielle Snider was appointed as the new City Clerk. Danyielle has worked for the City of Fairbanks since April of 2009. She first worked as a Cashier/Typist in the City Clerk’s office. She was soon promoted to Administrative Assistant in the Building Department. In 2011, she returned to the City Clerk’s office and was promoted to Deputy Clerk.
She is excited to accept her new position as City Clerk and has many plans for carrying the City Clerk’s office into the future. One big goal includes digitizing the many documents the City is required to retain, and preserving the original documents in new binding.
Danyielle says she is excited to “dig in and pick up where the former Clerk left off.” She hopes to continue to have a good relationship with the public, providing transparency and excellent customer service.
To view the Action Notice from the Regular City Council Meeting of March 9, 2015 click the below link.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MAHOGANY DAVIS INVESTIGATION – FAMILY OFFERS REWARD FOR INFORMATION
On May 11, 2002, Mahogany Davis died from injuries inflicted by an unknown attacker. Shortly after 4:00 a.m. a concerned neighbor called the police after they saw Ms. Davis come out of her apartment. Police found Ms. Davis outside her apartment and she was transported to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, where she died.
Unsolved homicides in the City of Fairbanks are never closed until solved, and investigators have continuously followed up on all reported leads, witnesses, and evidence since the time of Ms. Davis’s death. The Fairbanks Police Department has intensified the investigation since December, at the request of Mayor John Eberhart. Police Chief Aragon has assigned multiple investigators to the case and has also been looking at the available information. “I have found in past cases that sometimes a new set of eyes will lead to questions or lines of investigation that had not previously been queried,” said Chief Aragon. “We want this case solved for Mahogany and her family.”
Ms. Davis’ family is also asking the public for assistance, and they have put up a reward of $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of the person responsible for her death. The family has started a Go Fund Me page to help raise additional funds for the reward. The family’s request coincides with the recent reinstatement of the Crime Stoppers hotline program in Fairbanks.
People with information about the case can call the Crime Stoppers line at 907.456.CLUE (2853), and those wishing to donate to the Go Fund Me site to raise money for the reward for information can find that page at: http://www.gofundme.com/Justice-4-Mahogany
Scott Adams, Fairbanks Police Dept. – 907.450.6552 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Paul Dick! Paul was born and raised in Fairbanks. He graduated from Lathrop High School in 1997 and received a Bachelor’s Degree in Justice from the University of Alaska Fairbanks in 2003. He worked as an Equipment Operator/Shop Lead at UAF since 2005, before being hired at the Fairbanks Police Department as a Recruit Police Officer. Paul enjoys spending time in the outdoors and with family.