Costs of Alaska’s Economic Roller Coaster

Sunday, January 27th, 4 – 6 pm
49th
State Brewing Co
717 W 3rd Ave, Anchorage

We’ve been
here before. Petroleum revenues have
benefitted Alaska greatly, but these revenues are highly volatile and largely
at the whim of global forces beyond state control.
Alaska
Common Ground recognizes that to achieve a strong and stable economy our state
will need an ongoing income stream large enough to pay for essential state
governmental services. This event will examine the costs of a start-and-stop
economy and the benefits of a stable source of state income.

Senator
Lisa Murkowski invited to open the discussion:
Serving
Alaskans by Working Across the Aisle

Panelists’
Perspectives:
Moderated by John Tracy

  • Business – Angela Libal, Owner, Title Wave Books
  • Banker – Joe Schierhorn, Chairman, President & CEO,
    Northrim Bank
  • Labor – Ryan Andrew, Business Representative, IBEW
    Local 1547
  • Municipal – Larry Persily, Former Chief of Staff, Kenai
    Borough
  • Rural – Greg Razo, VP Government Relations, CIRI
  • Service – Mark Schneiter, Schneiter & Moad CPAs

Economist Response:
Mouhcine Guettabi, UAA ISER

There will be time for your
questions
Pizza and beverages available for
purchase

Cosponsored by the Anchorage Public Library and
the League of Women Voters of Anchorage