Anchorage Assembly Takes Up Title 21, Accepting Public Comment

Pay attention, folks. If you are concerned with the government telling you what you can and cannot do with your private property, then you must comment on the Title 21 code being considered by the Anchorage Assembly. If you think the government should be able to tell you how many windows you can have on the street facing side of your house, then don’t comment. If you think the government should be able to tell you how many bushes and trees you should have in your yard, then don’t comment. If you think the government should be able to tell you that you have to have a covered front porch, then don’t comment.

If you have saved enough of your hard earned money to finally move out of rental housing and now want to build a new home to your design specifications, then don’t comment. If you want the government to tell you where and what type of sidewalk you must have, then don’t comment. If you want the government to tell you how large your garage can be, then don’t comment.

If you believe that a small active segment (the spandex crowd) of our population should be able to tell you what is “aesthetic”, then don’t comment. If you believe in centralized planning by academic urban planners, then don’t comment.

If you believe you own your property and the government should butt out with its overreaching regulations, then do comment. If you believe low income housing will be even more expensive and crowd out the 99%, then do comment.


Read more HERE.

  • The Alaskans I know will not comply. Most Americans would not comply with such draconian rules. This body of starched shirts thinks just because it is Alaska they can violate emminent domain. When gov’mint pushes too far the people push back. It’s just plain evil. One mind-numbing question: will Indians and Eskimos be under the law or just the dumb American citizens?