There was no "public process" when the governor unceremoniously confiscated the EIS road funds for other purposes.
In split decision, Juneau Assembly backs road north
Why is it that some Assembly members find that it is now necessary to have a public debate? There was not a peep out of any of them when the governor removed the funds. We do not need a public debate. We simply need to seek a return of the confiscated funds, and, get on with the road study.
I interpret this call for a public debate to be nothing more than a political red herring.
Rosalee T. Walker