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Today, some of the state's most successful ARDORs are based in urban areas such as Kenai and Juneau.
Meanwhile, other ARDORs have taken on educational programs to help prepare local high school students for new opportunities, particularly in tourism.
ARDORs are governed by aboard, which can hire an executive director.
Work done by a number of ARDORs has been enough to keep the line item intact-but not to increase funding.
Today that piece has been reduced to $44,000 as the number of ARDORs increased to 13.
Some ARDORs haven't had a lot of success, but they're still working hard to make improvements to their communities.
Besides the ARDORS mentioned, others include the Anchorage Economic Development Corp.
ARDOR legislation grew out of a trip through rural Alaska, Sturgelewski said.