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/ Owner - June 28, 2012
  • Fire in Rogers Park neighborhood guts condo unit (AK) November 25, 2023
    A fire that broke out in a Rogers Park condominium unit left one unit uninhabitable on Friday evening.  AFD is reporting the fire was contained to the unit of origin and other adjacent units are not in danger of igniting.   Read the article……………………………….
  • State sues Anchorage homeowners over contested public access to Campbell Lake (AK) November 1, 2023
    The State of Alaska has sued a group of homeowners over public access to Campbell Lake, the latest move in a long-running dispute over the large man-made lake in South Anchorage that is surrounded by expensive homes.   Read the article…………………………..
  • Juneau condo owners take on $1 million in flood repairs without help from state or federal aid (AK) October 18, 2023
    Juneau’s record-breaking glacial outburst flood in August nearly sent a condo building on Riverside Drive into the Mendenhall River.  The morning after the disaster, Riverside Condominium Homeowners Association treasurer John Dittrich saw the building hanging over the edge of the riverbank. He called a meeting of the HOA board.   Read the article……………………………
  • Efforts underway to save two condominium buildings exposed by flood (AK) August 10, 2023
    One of two condominium buildings dangling over the eroded edge of the Mendenhall River after record flooding Saturday now appears to be back on solid ground, and the hope is the second building will be soon, officials involved with foundation repair and restoration effort said Wednesday.   Read the article………………………..
  • Old Refuge Chapel declared ‘unsafe to occupy’ (AK) June 3, 2022
    The former Refuge Chapel space, which encompasses the lower-level area known as “the Puffin’s Nest, ” is located at 397 E. Pioneer Ave., Suite 2, and is part of the Rookery Condominiums, a four-unit business condominium development. The “unsafe to occupy” determination does not affect the three other units — a restaurant, offices and a retail store — located upstairs at street level.    Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Anchorage Fire Department responds to condo fire near Midtown (AK) April 30, 2022
    Firefighters were working to extinguish a condo fire south of Midtown Anchorage on Friday evening, an Anchorage Fire Department official said.   Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Wasilla homeowner’s association to develop park (AK) August 20, 2021
    A group of local homeowners helped provide a new park for children in Wasilla in an area that was made previously unusable. On Saturday, Lakeview Estates Homeowners Association members, Wasilla Mayor Glenda Ledford, families and children gathered to celebrate the future site of a new park.    Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Arson Attacks Bring Community Together (AK) July 13, 2021
    Two Rivers-Pleasant Valley residents gathered over the weekend to discuss a string of recent arson cases in the area east of Fairbanks. Fires at 3 residential and 2 community association properties in the rural area   Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Do All Residents of Whittier, Alaska, Live in This One Building? June 8, 2021
    Like most cities in Alaska, the seaside town of Whittier, Alaska, is remote and difficult to access even in the best of conditions. With far-reaching mountains to the north and the Gulf of Alaska to the south, the only way Whittier’s 300 residents can leave is either by boat or by way of a 2.5-mile combined vehicle-railroad tunnel that only operates during certain times of the day.   Read the entire article……………………………….
  • Campbell Lake HOA submits letters to State alleging Campbell Lake is a private lake (AK) November 25, 2020
    Last week, the Alaska Landmine obtained a letter and 21-page legal analysis sent from the Campbell Lake Owners homeowners association (CLO) to the State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) regarding the legal status of Campbell Lake. The documents argue that Campbell Lake is a private lake, that members of the public may not use the lake without the permission of Campbell Lake HOA members, and that no easements exist that provide for public access to Campbell Lake. These ...
  • New documents reveal coordinated effort to eliminate Campbell Lake public access (AK) November 8, 2019
    Since September 2019, the Alaska Landmine has published articles revealing that the State of Alaska considers “private” Campbell Lake to be a public navigable waterway and that millions of dollars of taxpayer money have been spent damming, dredging, and engineering public utilities around the lake, even as members of the public have faced persistent harassment after venturing onto the lake.    Read the article…………………………
  • Anchorage firefighters knock down condo fire in Eagle River (AK) August 17, 2019
    The Anchorage Fire Department was responding Friday evening to a report of a condo fire in Eagle River.  Assistant Chief Erich Scheunemann said no one was injured in the fire, which happened at a two-story, multi-family condo building on the 12000 block of Vista Ridge Loop, off the Old Glenn Highway.   Read the article………………………
  • ‘It was caving in’: Broken water line triggers mudslide below Muldoon condos (AK) January 16, 2019
    A water-line break caused an unusual landslide beneath an Anchorage condominium complex Monday.  A Muldoon hillside suddenly gave way Monday morning as the 2-inch line spewed a slope-weakening deluge. The 30-foot-wide slide damaged a storage business and temporarily displaced residents of the Victoria Hills condos atop the eroded bluff.     Read the article……………………
  • Eagle River condo residents fear for their homes’ post-quake future (AK) December 23, 2018
    Eight red signs were attached to eight garage doors in a quiet cluster of duplex condominiums at the bottom of the Eagle River Valley shortly after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake on Nov. 30.  “UNSAFE,” read each of the eight cards, placed on the homes by Municipality of Anchorage building inspectors. “DO NOT ENTER OR OCCUPY.”    Read the article………………..
  • Homeowner Association didn’t have quake insurance, residents of condemned Eagle River condos say (AK) December 10, 2018
    An Eagle River homeowner association was not carrying earthquake insurance when the 7.0 magnitude temblor struck on Nov 30., despite that insurance being a requirement of the homeowners’ agreement, residents say. The damage caused by the earthquake will potentially cost tens of thousands of dollars for each of the 42 condominium owners.River’s Edge Condos sits right on the northern bank of Eagle River. At least eight of the units that back onto a hill on the northern side of the ...
  • Anti-marijuana efforts surge in Fairbanks borough June 2, 2016
    A Salcha man is launching an initiative with hopes to keep legal marijuana trade out of the borough, while the president of a strip mall condominium association maintains pot shops are prohibited in the River Mall on College Road under condo association rules because marijuana remains illegal under federal law.   Read the article…………..
  • Condo owners still wait for answers November 6, 2014
    Two years ago, Homer condo owners realized they had a problem with the method the city manager and city council were using to collect the recovery cost for installing the natural gas line for Enstar.     Read more……..
  • No decision on natural gas condo assessments July 30, 2014
    In spite of Superior Court Judge Charles Huguelet’s decision in Castner vs. the city of Homer, condominium owners within the Homer Natural Gas Special Assessment District will have to wait awhile before the city decides how individual condos will be assessed.   Read more……….
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