City and Borough Manager Kim Kiefer was a guest on Juneau Afternoon on Monday, June 18. This is the first of planned monthly conversations with Kiefer during her tenure as city manager. She took the job on April 1st, after serving as Deputy Manager for several years.
This week she explains the temporary CBJ 1 percent sales tax that comes up for renewal in October. The CBJ Assembly has been holding Finance Committee hearings on the projects proposed for a portion of the tax. Kiefer says the Assembly is expected to meet April 28th to make the final decision.
- “This’ll be a full investigation done by the NTSB," said Mike Hodges, the investigator in charge on this crash for the National Transportation Safety Board.
- The House and Senate will likely form a conference committee to resolve the differences between the chambers’ different versions of the bill.
- British Columbia’s top auditor says the province has failed to protect the environment from mines and mineral exploration projects.
- “Companies are looking to make investments, they need some degree of certainty, and there is nothing but uncertainty right now in the Alaska oil and gas industry,” an AOGA representative said.