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Bill Walker has proposed freezing state workers’ pay for two years in part because other Alaskans are being asked to make sacrifices, including cuts to Permanent Fund dividends. That’s according to state Commissioner of Administration Sheldon Fisher, whose department is responsible for negotiating union contracts and administering the state payroll. “This is something that we’re starting with the non-covered (by union contracts) employees, but we’ll be working toward similar results with all of the employees,” Fisher said. Fisher said Walker’s instructed him to negotiate similar terms to the pay freeze with unionized workers. Walker’s pay freeze bills, Senate Bill 31 and House Bill 71 , would affect employees of the executive and legislative branches, as well as the University of Alaska who are not covered by union contracts. Lawmakers from both parties said there were fairness issues with the proposal. Mike Dunleavy said he’d like to see broad-based reductions in the size of government that don’t fall disproportionately on any one group. The Wasilla Republican wants workers who aren’t represented by unions, as well as unionized workers, to be treated the same. “I think we are all going to share in the pain to get this ship righted and sailing in the right direction. But the Anchorage senator also has doubts about treating unionized and non-unionized state workers in different ways. “I just think it’s bad public policy to separate out, some people treated in some ways, some people treated in other ways,” Gardner said. If the Legislature passes the bill, the pay freeze would start on July 1 and last until June 2019. Walker has cut his own pay by one-third. The Juneau Access Project envisions 50 more miles of road up Lynn Canal to a ferry terminal closer to the road system. Bill Walker pulled the plug on the $574 million project last month. Alaska is still facing a yawning, multi-billion dollar gap between what it spends what it raises in revenue, despite billions in budget cuts and two years of policymakers debating how to keep the state solvent. Join us Wednesday at KTOO for Forum@360 as Professor Emeritus Gunnar Knapp of the Institute of Social and Economic Research and Cliff Groh of Alaska Common Ground return to discuss Alaska’s fiscal crisis. Source: KTOO
When Worcestershire announced in September that captain Daryl Mitchell would not be leading the county in 2017, he took to Twitter to inform his followers that he had not resigned but had been sacked. He described his 'shock' at the 'devastating' news
Northern Districts batsman Daryl Mitchell turns a ball into the leg-side against the Central Stags in their Ford Trophy match at Seddon Park, Hamilton.
Congrats to Gretchen Cash, Rayne Ellis, Daryl Mitchell, and Annie Singh for their UAA All Academic Recognition 01/23/17, @NYUWVB
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Ford Trophy 2016-17: Round 2 gets underway NORTHERN DISTRICTS: Dean Brownlie (c), Corey Anderson, Jono Boult, Zak Gibson, Brett Hampton, Nick Kelly, Scott Kuggeleijn, Daryl Mitchell, Bharat Popli, Tim Seifert (w), Ish Sodhi. 12th: Brett Randell.
Earlier, Brownlie scored 71 as he put on 57 for the opening wicket with Bharat Popli and 55 for the fourth with Daryl Mitchell. But Netherlands international Michael Rippon, a left-arm wristspinner took 3 for 36, and medium-pacer Christi Viljoen returned ...
Brownlie, the side's captain, finished as their top scorer, making 71. Popli (19), Daryl Mitchell (25) and Scott Kuggeleijn (22) all chipped in, and with their score 202-5 in the 43rd over, ND looked set to launch into a big finish. Otago did well though ...
Daryl Mitchell, Actor: 10 Things I Hate About You. Daryl Mitchell was born on July 16, 1965 in The Bronx, New York, USA. He is known for his work on 10 Things I Hate ...
Daryl Mitchell may refer to: Daryl Mitchell (actor) (born 1965), American actor; Daryl Mitchell (English cricketer) (born 1983), English cricketer who has played for ...
Before his world turned upside down nearly eight years ago, Daryl "Chill" Mitchell was on the move, a young actor winning praise with a steady streak of ...
Daryl Mitchell had his benefit season in 2016. Worcestershire's Daryl Mitchell has been relieved of his position as county captain after six years in the role.