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Welcome, Kristian! Kristian became a City of Fairbanks employee on August 14, 2015.
Hello Fairbanks, my name is Kristian Jorgenson-Geise, I’ve been a member of the Fairbanks community for the last four years as a student at UAF. I am currently finishing up my Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. I look forward to meeting you all at some point. Have a great day.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 21, 2015
Pearl Watson Proclaimed City of Fairbanks “City Hostess”
Fairbanks, AK: At the Fairbanks City Council meeting on Monday, July 20, 2015, Mayor Eberhart read a City of Fairbanks proclamation making Pearl Watson the official City of Fairbanks City Hostess.
The City of Fairbanks Hostess/Host is an honorific title given to an individual to represent the City of Fairbanks in a gracious, diplomatic, and hospitable manner at community events. The City Hostess or Host may attend any community events of their choosing as the City of Fairbanks representative. Each City Hostess or Host may select the events they wish to attend. There are no mandatory duties that the Hostess or Host must perform.
Pearl Watson has been active in our community for almost 70 years. Pearl graduated from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks and worked to transcribe Alaska Native history for the UAF museum.
Pearl is currently the President of the Interior Alaska Sourdoughs, a member of the Elks, and the American Legion Auxiliary. Pearl is also active at the Senior Center, the Pioneer’s Home, in her church, and with activities with friends and family.
Photo – Mayor John Eberhart and Pearl Watson
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Amber Courtney, Communications Director/PIO 907.459.6793 email@example.com
Governor Walker held a day long meeting on “Continuing the Conversation Budget Discussion” last week here in Fairbanks. Community leaders were invited for a second time to participate in discussing Alaska’s economic future. Two objectives of the first gathering were to define the right size of government and to develop a solution most Alaskans agree to for closing the fiscal gap. The second meeting focused on identifying how to deal with declining revenues and growing operating costs. Teams discussed possible solutions and cost cutting options.
Mayor Eberhart worked with Karl Kassel as part of a work group during a break-out session.