ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – The Municipality of Anchorage is trying to get new administration for functions at the Sullivan Arena, the Ben Boeke Ice Arena and the Dempsey Anderson Ice Rink.
The municipality despatched out a new request for proposals looking for an individual to regulate the a few venues immediately after the latest management company made a decision not to transfer ahead in that regard.
In 2020, the Sullivan Arena shut down for functions in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the municipality then turned it into a mass treatment shelter for individuals dealing with homelessness in Anchorage.
A spokesperson for ASM World wide, which is the existing management organization of the a few venues, told Alaska’s Information Source the organization built a business choice and experienced elected to no more time take care of the venues.
That suggests they are all now up for grabs. The municipality is seeking for an preliminary contract period of five years plus five 1-yr choices for the venues.
The Sullivan Arena, although, is still remaining utilised as a mass treatment facility, but metropolis leaders are working toward the intention of transitioning homelessness solutions out of the Sullivan by the conclusion of June. A deal for the Sullivan Arena will be awarded at a afterwards date when the location is converted back to a sporting activities arena and completely ready to be fully operational for that intent.
All those who are in charge of the services will enter into a management agreement with the municipality and will then think responsibility for all factors of operation, together with issues like scheduling, marketing and advertising, and all other function operations.
Alaska’s Information Resource arrived at out to the municipality about this change, but did not listen to again by the time of publication.
The previous working day to submit a proposal is April 21.
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