This morning developer Mark Pfeffer officially filed a $37 million claim with the Legislative Affairs Agency (LAA) over the Legislatureâ€™s decision to move the Anchorage Legislative Information Office out of the recently renovated 716 W. Fourth Avenue building.
The ongoing drama in the fate of the Legislative Information Office (LIO) in Downtown Anchorage took another turn Tuesday with a threat of a lawsuit over the deal officially being delivered by the deal’s financiers.
Ruedrich taken off the job, the Legislature thinks they’ve won, and AK GOP convention drama begins. It’s Friday in the Sun!!!!
From the deposition it seems clear lawyers for Pfeffer believe Gottstein delayed filing a lawsuit or publicly raising concerns over the deal in order to receive financial compensation himself as owner of the building adjacent to the LIO.
State records show developer Mark Pfeffe donated heavily to elected decision makers while pursuing a deal to renovate the Legislative Information Office.