Tag Archives: Sullygate
Featuring a slideshow of today’s spring snowstorm in Anchorage.
In 2001, the Municipality of Anchorage lied to Aetna about George Sullivan being an eligible permanent employee of the Municipality. That and other reasons that an independent counsel should be retained to investigate the Sullivan ‘insurance’ matter.
Important questions about the Sullivan ‘life insurance’ trust remain — and they demand answers that only an independent investigation can provide. Demand passage Assembly Resolution AR 2010-92, which will provide one.
A brief update: I’m taking a breather from Sullygate for my writing — got a deadline. I’ll come back in early April with an analysis of the deputy municipal attorney’s 3/22 memorandum that answers some but not all questions.
This post summarizes my livetweet of the Anchorage Assembly on two resolutions re: Sullygate — along with the tweets themselves. Mention also of Sullivan’s alleged extramarital affair.
A legal analysis of from the deputy municipal attorney has been issued (I provide a copy); and the Ethics Board rules against Mayor Dan Sullivan, saying that he should have disclosed his potential conflict of interest.
Susan Lindemuth, 30-year Manager of Records and Benefits at the Municipality of Anchorage, and Larry Crawford, current chief of staff to Mayor Dan Sullivan, are 50/50 co-owners of their residence. What’s this mean to the Sullivan ‘life insurance’ matter?
The Daily Tweets, 2010-03-20 Completely mindfried after finally completing my mondo Sullygate timeline. Check it out – http://bit.ly/cq8Qzs #fb # Complete #Sullygate timeline — 193,000 “life insurance” payout to Sullivan trust http://bit.ly/cq8Qzs #fb # Harriet Drummond comments @ that Matt … Continue reading
Two resolutions will be introduced at the Anchorage Assembly on March 23 on questions surrounding the putative $193,000 George Sullivan ‘life insurance’. Here’s details, including complete text of both resolutions.