PALMER — Supporters on Tuesday chose to withdraw a police advisory board proposal rather than present it before an unfavorable crowd at a Palmer City Council meeting, citing animosity they blamed in part on the mayor.

The draft proposal, which had yet to be publicly discussed, was to create a nine-member board appointed by the mayor and approved by the city council.

A number of Alaska cities, including Anchorage, have similar boards, which generally provide civilian oversight for…

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