Anchorage Community Land Trust

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Considering Mountain View

In 2003, Rasmuson Foundation made its first grants in a project to revitalize Anchorage's Mountain View Neighborhood. This type of focused investment was new for the Foundation. Did it make a difference? Rasmuson Foundation President Diane Kaplan revisits Mountain View through a new evaluation of the Foundation's work in the neighborhood.

Current Events

Pulling in the same direction

July 1 marked the beginning of the new fiscal year for the State of Alaska, which means the rubber just hit the road for a process that began in December 2011 with the introduction of the Governor’s operating, capital, and mental health budget proposals, continued through the legislative session this spring as lawmakers made their mark on the bills, and culminated in mid-May with the bills’ signing.

Grantee Updates

Why Mountain View?

Why Mountain View? Why not downtown? Why not Spenard? Why not anywhere else? These are questions I frequently hear when people learn of the plan to create an arts and culture center in Mountain View.

Initiative News

Celebrate change in Mountain View

President Obama said, “change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”

In 1993, Mountain View residents, concerned that their community was going in the wrong direction, began an ambitious revitalization effort to improve the social descriptions applied to the neighborhood and create sustainable, lasting changes.

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