Late Tuesday night, after nearly everyone had gone home, Assemblyman Bill Starr offered a motion to reorganize the Anchorage Assembly, and to install longtime Assemblyman Dick Traini as chair. An earlier version of the story said that Traini got a majority vote. That isn’t true. Turns out that nobody received a majority, which would have normally require a re-vote, but because the results of the vote weren’t declared before adjournment, and because a motion wasn’t offered to extend the time, all of it appears to be void. Municipal clerk Amanda Moser said that as a result, things will stay as they are and Flynn will remain chair.