Anchorage city leaders are trying to pick the best way to re-draw election district boundaries in the city.
The state of Alaska went through a similar exercise over the last year.
Now, with new census numbers, the municipality has to re-draw its assembly districts to make sure that everyone is equally represented.
Under one of the plans, the East Anchorage area would become a single-member assembly district, right now it has two members.
Under another plan, Midtown would become a single-member district.
And a third plan would keep the districts relatively similar to how they are now, with the Downtown area as the only single-member district in the city.
The assembly will take a closer look at the different options for re-drawing assembly boundaries at its meeting this week.
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