Gov. Bill Walker has appointed Robert Mumford to the Alaska Board of Fisheries.
This is the governor's third attempt to fill the seat formerly held by Karl Johnstone.
The Alaska Legislature rejected one of the previous appointees, Robert Ruffner. The other, Roland Maw, withdrew.
According to this press release, Mumford lives in Anchorage and is a retired wildlife trooper.
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