APFC Board of Trustees Meeting & Reception in Utqiagvik

In Board of Trustees by Juliette Alldredge

The Board of Trustees schedules one meeting each year in a remote location to encourage engagement across Alaska. On May 29 and 30, APFC will be in Utqiagvik, the largest city in the North Slope Borough located north of the Arctic Circle.

APFC Quarterly Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Wednesday & Thursday, May 29-30, 2024
North Slope Borough Building Assembly Chambers

APFC Community Reception
Wednesday, May 29, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
North Slope Borough Building Lobby Atrium

The discovery of oil on the North Slope paved the way for the creation of the Permanent Fund – a remarkable achievement that has benefited Alaskans for decades. The North Slope’s land lease sale contributed to the first deposit in the Fund of $734 million over 40 years ago. With a current value of around $80 billion, the Alaska Permanent Fund continues to carry its mission forward as the state’s main revenue source, a respected sovereign wealth fund, and a source of stability for communities across Alaska.

To see the May 29-30 Meeting Notice, visit the News Post.
For more information regarding Board meetings, visit the Board of Trustees Meeting Page.