Alaska pipeline corporation removes president
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – The president of the state-sanctioned Alaska Gasline Development Corp. has been dismissed from the position.
The Alaska Journal of Commerce reports Keith Meyer was removed Thursday and replaced by Joe Dubler, who will serve on an interim basis.
Meyer has led the corporation since June 2016.
Board chair Doug Smith declined to elaborate on why Meyer was removed, citing it as a “personnel matter.”
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy appointed Smith to the corporation’s board Monday.
A spokesman for Dunleavy did not immediately respond to the newspaper’s questions regarding Meyer’s termination.
Dubler is currently the executive vice president of finance and administration for the Cook Inlet Housing Authority.
He previously worked for the corporation as a vice president under former president Dan Fauske.
He enters the new role on Feb. 1.