Furlough notices go out to U. of Alaska employees in the wake of governor’s veto

July 8, 2019 | Anchorage Daily News

Furlough notices went out to University of Alaska employees on Monday in the wake of Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s huge cut to its state funding, according to a UA spokeswoman.

About 2,500 University of Alaska staff must take 10 days of unpaid leave during the current fiscal year that started Monday, unless the state Legislature reverses Dunleavy’s veto, said the furlough notice from UA President Jim Johnsen.

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