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The Abbott Loop Community Council generally meets on the last Thursday of the month. 

 

 

We will not have a meeting in December. Our next meeting will be January 31, 2019 at Abbott Loop Elementary from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

 

There will be a presentation along with Q&A by S4 Group LLC regarding the Mountain Meadow Estates Platting Action. This project is on Abbott Rd west of Elmore Rd between King David Dr. and Chipwood Cir. The presentation will be at the Dimond Center Hotel on December 27th, 2018 at 6:00 pm. You can contact Tom Dreyer, PLS by emailing tom@s4ak.com

           

For additional information contact:

Bruce Roberts, President 
brucearoberts@hotmail.com

907-952-9969

 

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 held the last Thursday of each month at Abbott Loop Elementary School. 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 the date determined in October.

 

 

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