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The Abbott Loop Community Council generally meets on the last Thursday of the month.
Our next meeting will be a virtual meeting on Zoom, Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 6:30-pm to 8:30 pm.
Meeting ID: 876 2810 6426
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Dates for 2021 (Subject to change). Location Zoom instead of Abbott Loop Elementary unless otherwise noted.
April 29, 2021 Abbott Loop Community Council Monthly Meeting
May 27, 2021 Abbott Loop Community Council Monthly Meeting
June 24, 2021 Annual BBQ at Abbott Loop Community Park (depending on COVID-19 alert level
July 29, 2021 Potluck at a Park
August 26, 2021 Abbott Loop Community Council Monthly Meeting
September 30, 2021 Abbott Loop Community Council Monthly Meeting
October 28, 2021 Abbott Loop Community Council Monthly Meeting
Nov/Dec Holiday gathering TBD
For additional information contact:
Bruce Roberts, President
Welcome to the Abbott Loop Community Council
ONE CITY, MANY NEIGHBORHOODS
The Abbott Loop Community Council is the voice for all Abbott Loop residents and actively works to improve the quality of life in the Abbott Loop area. Its borders are Dowling Road on the north, O'Malley Road on the south, New Seward Hwy. on the west, Elmore Road on the east, and an additional smaller area to the east roughly between Elmore Road, Abbott Road, Birch Road, and O'Malley Road.
The agenda includes presentations on proposed rezones, road construction projects, neighborhood issues and topics of citywide interest. Resolutions stating the council’s position on important issues are distributed to the state and local government.
Elected officials from the Alaska Legislature, the Anchorage Assembly, and the Anchorage School Board also give updates on their work and field questions from the audience.
Council meetings are normally held the last Thursday of each month at Abbott Loop Elementary School or via Zoom. The setting is informal and participation is encouraged. Everyone is invited! June and July we meet outside at various parks and the November and December meetings are combined and that date determined in October.
If you want to receive e-mail notifications from the Federation of Community Councils about our meetings, click here: www.communitycouncils.org or go to www.communitycouncils.org and choose “Sign-Up” in the upper right-hand corner.
On entering the meeting, please go to the participant list and indicate if you are: a member of the Abbott Loop Community Council by adding the initials ALCC after your name; a guest by adding the word guest or your affiliation. A member is anyone who resides in or has a business in the ALCC district.
Please do not use the chat for private conversations or to ask questions. The chat should be used only to add relevant information (links, contact information etc.)
To ask a question or make a comment use the raise hand function.
Prior to speaking each speaker should state their name, address (street and cross street is ok) if a member, or guest if a guest.
Individuals calling in via the telephone must identify themselves as ALCC with name or Guest with their name and affiliation. The host can assist you. To mute/ unmute tap *6. To raise your hand *9
This meeting is open to the public and will be recorded therefore, there is no expectation of privacy.