#MuklukWireless #PFD #Interest Yuletide Greetings All 🎅🏽

Dear Santa,

please help Governor Bill Walker return our missing PFD funds plus interest earned during 4th 2016 banking quarter? 

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Buzz around the neighborhood IS:
PFD missing half is to be returned shortly:

OCT 2016:

http://www.sitnews.us/1016News/100616/100616_bill_pfd_restore.html

Good news I hope, maybe university students careers can still catch up in time to graduate? Broken vehicles be repaired? Heating fuel and necessities find their way into distant village homes by Christmas Eve.

Wonder where a full banking quarter of INTEREST went to, on our missing PFD funds? Alaskans feel our INTEREST should be returned in addition to PFD sum illegally withheld.

https://pfd.alaska.gov/Contact

Your thoughts?

http://www.apfc.org/home/Content/contactUs/contactUs.cfm

PS: #Investments

http://www.apfc.org/home/Content/investments/investIndex2009.cfm

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Pay VERY CLOSE ATTENTION to green highlighted “Permanent Fund Divided Corporation”

🤔❓

http://www.apfc.org/home/Content/aboutAPFC/aboutAPFC.cfm


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Board of trustees…

http://www.apfc.org/home/Content/aboutAPFC/board.cfm?s=2

https://www.change.org/p/bill-walker-we-need-the-other-half-of-our-pfd-s

Winter Solstice Blessings everybody,

☮️☯️💜#DrDi

KESWICK, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 21: A woman wearing a head torch forms a light trail across the standing stones during the evening of the Winter Solstice at the Castlerigg Stone circle on December 21, 2014 in Keswick, England. The circle dates back over 4,000 years to neolithic times and is a popular meeting place for people from all over Britain who come to celebrate both the winter and summer solstices with the beautiful Cumbrian fells as a backdrop. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)

KESWICK, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 21: A woman wearing a head torch forms a light trail across the standing stones during the evening of the Winter Solstice at the Castlerigg Stone circle on December 21, 2014 in Keswick, England. The circle dates back over 4,000 years to neolithic times and is a popular meeting place for people from all over Britain who come to celebrate both the winter and summer solstices with the beautiful Cumbrian fells as a backdrop. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)

 

 

 

 

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