Representative Neal Foster D-39, Nome
Session Info:State Capitol, Room 434
Juneau, AK 99801-1182
Interim Info:103 E. Front St.
Nome AK, 99762
Toll Free: 800-478-3789
Elected to the House:(Appointed: 2009) 2010, 2012, 2014
|Date/Place of Birth:|
May 29, 1972
Nome. 1972 - Present
Real Estate Investor
Nome-Beltz High School, 1990
Stanford University, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 1996
University of Alaska, Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance, 1997
|Alaska State House of Representatives:|
Alaska State House of Representatives: 2009 - Present
Finance Committee: 2010
Co-Chair Energy: 2011 - 2012
Vice-Chair Community & Regional Affairs: 2011 - 2012
Resources: 2011 - 2012
Economic Development, Trade, and Tourism: 2011 - 2012
i. Transportation: 2010 - 2012
ii. Courts: 2010 - 2012
iii. Public Safety: 2010 - 2012
|Other Political and Government Positions:|
Nome City Council: 2008 - 2009
Alaska Workforce Investment Board: 2003 - 2009
|Business and Professional Positions:|
President, Bonanza Fuel: 2002 - 2009
President, Banner Wind: 2008 - 2009
President, GBS LLC: 2004 - 2009
Vice-President, Sitnasuak Native Corporation: 1999 - 2009
Interim Manager, The Country Store: 1999
Owner, Foster Properties: 1994 - Current
Economic Development Specialist, Kawerak: 1997 - 1998
|Service Organizations and Community Involvement:|
Bering Straits Regional Native Corporation Board: 2006 - Current
Sitnasuak Village Native Corporation Board: 2003 - Current
Siu Alaska Corporation: 2008 - Current
RuralCap: 2010 - Current
Pioneers of Alaska: 2007 - Current
Triathlons, marathons, private piloting, camping, and real estate remodeling
HB 47 - PERS Contributions By MunicipalitiesSponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act requiring each municipality with a population that decreased by more than 25 percent between 2000 and 2010 that participates in the defined benefit retirement plan of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska to contribute to the system an amount calculated by applying a rate of 22 percent of the total of all base salaries paid by the municipality to employees of the municipality who are active members of the system during a payroll period; reducing the rate of interest payable by a municipality with a population that decreased by more than 25 percent between 2000 and 2010 that is delinquent in transmitting employee and employer contributions to the defined benefit retirement plan of the Public Employees' Retirement System of Alaska; giving retrospective effect to the substantive provisions of the Act; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) FIN : 2015-04-07
HB 48 - Establish May 31 As Katie John DaySponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act establishing May 31 of each year as Katie John Day.
Status: (H) STA : 2015-01-21
HB 82 - Internet Services Funding For SchoolsSponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act relating to funding for Internet services for schools.
Status: (H) FIN : 2015-04-11
HB 142 - Establish Elders' DayPassed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act establishing Elders' Day.
Status: (S) RLS : 2015-04-15
HB 203 - Education Tax CreditsSponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act relating to a tax credit for a contribution to a foundation for the purpose of providing fellowships, coordinating mentorships, or providing scholarships for vocational or higher education; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) EDC : 2015-04-16
HB 209 - Water And Sewer Advisory CommitteeSponsored by Rep. Neal Foster
An Act relating to an Alaska Water and Sewer Advisory Committee; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) CRA : 2015-04-19
HB 23 - Sexual Abuse/Assault Prevention ProgramsSponsored by Rep. Tarr, Rep. Kito, Rep. Gara, Rep. Josephson, Rep. Drummond, Rep. Tuck, Rep. Ortiz
An Act relating to sexual abuse and sexual assault awareness and prevention efforts in public schools.
Status: (H) EDC : 2015-01-21
HB 35 - March 27: Great Alaska Earthquake DaySigned Into Law! Chapter 2 SLA 15
Sponsored by Rep. Charisse Millett
An Act establishing March 27 as Great Alaska Good Friday Earthquake Remembrance Day.
Version: CSHB 35(STA)
Status: Chapter 2 SLA 15 : 2015-04-18
HB 44 - Sex Abuse/ Assault/ Dating Viol Prev. ProgsSigned Into Law! Chapter 2 SSSLA 15
Sponsored by Rep. Charisse Millett
An Act relating to course mastery requirements; relating to the duties of the Department of Education and Early Development; relating to questionnaires administered in a public school; relating to the duties of school districts and regional educational attendance areas; relating to teacher certification requirements; relating to training for school employees and mandatory reporters of child abuse or neglect; relating to physical examinations for students; relating to sexual abuse and sexual assault awareness and prevention efforts in public schools; relating to dating violence and abuse awareness and prevention efforts in public schools; relating to national criminal history record check requirements for employees of child care facilities and residential child care facilities; relating to mandatory reporters of child abuse or neglect; repealing the requirement for secondary students to take college and career readiness assessments; establishing the Alaska Safe Children's Act Task Force; relating to suicide prevention training; and providing for an effective date.
Version: SCS CSHB 44(FIN)
Status: Chapter 2 SSSLA 15 : 2015-07-09
HB 179 - Food Program Donations; Fish And GameAn Act relating to donations of fish and game to food service programs.
Status: (H) RES : 2015-04-08
HB 199 - Limit Flame Retardant Items/FurnitureSponsored by Rep. Harriet Drummond
An Act relating to flame retardants and to the manufacture, distribution, and sale of products containing flame retardants; and providing for an effective date.
Status: (H) L&C : 2015-04-16
HB 275 - Indigenous Peoples DaySponsored by Rep. Harriet Drummond
An Act establishing the second Monday of October of each year as Indigenous Peoples Day.
Status: (H) STA : 2016-01-25
HJR 6 - Federal Contamination Of ANCSA LandsSigned Into Law! Legis Resolve 9
Sponsored by Rep. Charisse Millett
Supporting the introduction and enactment of federal legislation acknowledging that the federal government is financially responsible under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act for the remediation of contaminated land subject to conveyance under the Act; urging the United States Department of the Interior to implement the six recommendations to identify and clean up the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act lands in its 1998 report to the United States Congress; and urging the President of the United States and the United States Congress to remediate and make free from pollutants lands in the state conveyed under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
Version: SCS HJR 6(RES)
Status: Legis Resolve 9 : 2015-09-01
HJR 22 - Stewart-Hyder Border HoursPassed House!
Sponsored by Rep. Dan Ortiz
Urging the Canada Border Services Agency to keep the border between Hyder, Alaska, and Stewart, British Columbia, open 24 hours a day.
Status: (S) RLS : 2015-04-18