“a simple formula for calculating the value of a development.
‘Is it environmentally sound? Does it pay its own way? And do the people want it?
‘Because he subjected proposals to those three tests, sometimes he made decisions that were popular, sometimes not,’ she said.”
Former Lt. Gov. Fran Ulmer, a Democrat, spent six of her first years in Alaska working in Republican Hammond’s Juneau office, first as his legislative liaison and later as head of his Office of Policy Development and Planning.