Proposed Eradication of Alaska State Appropriations for Civil Air Patrol

by Seeking North | AuxBeacon News Contributor

The Anchorage Daily News has reported that state appropriations for Civil Air Patrol’s Alaska Wing will be eradicated. That’s a wise savings of $453,000.

Gov. Mike Dunleavy had warned Alaskans that his proposed budget cuts would affect every Alaskan, and an initial look at details offered by the Office of Management and Budget reveals the truth of that statement.

Dunleavy’s budget cancels a proposed raise for Alaska State Troopers and cuts $3 million in funding for the Village Public Safety Officer program.

As non-essential services, funding for Alaska Wing Civil Air Patrol is proposed to be eliminated entirely.

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4 Comments on "Proposed Eradication of Alaska State Appropriations for Civil Air Patrol"

  1. We were wondering if your editors or analysts had any comment on today’s announcement? [link redacted]

    [Admin: Something will be posted on this shortly. Thank you for telling us.]

  2. Looks like the CAP is getting desperate for membership numbers and to promote its “fake” positive program. Don’t expect much from her since her “BIG” marketing endeavor was Murray-Calloway County Hospital and Baptist Health Kentucky.

    CAP Names Chief of Marketing and Strategic Communications…Today Civil Air Patrol National Commander and CEO Maj. Gen. Mark Smith announced the appointment of Catherine Sivills as CAP’s chief of Marketing and Strategic Communications.

  3. You should add more of the Alaska safety incidents to the story and also a link to your musical chairs story about how Hahn is now the interim commander replacing Carl Brown. CAP has driven out so many good people that the program can only survive by recycling the [redacted].

    [Admin: Updated as you requested. Thank you for the suggestion.]

  4. Is there any chance the governor’s plan will be rejected?

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