ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - Keith Meyer is no longer the president of the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation, following a shake-up announced Thursday by the corporation.
According to AGDC, Joe Dubler, currently serving as financial vice president, will replace Meyer as president on a temporary basis, during the interim of Meyer's absence from the role.
Days ago, it was made public that Meyer would receive bonuses from state-sanctioned AGDC totaling nearly $300,000 for work the past two years.
Meyer's three-year contract as president began in June 2016, with a base annual salary of $550,000, not including the bonuses which were awarded in late December.
This is a developing story and will be updated.