Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Pat Moore hosts.
Katie Bausler will bring us up to date on the UAS Spring Schedule, available in print form and online;
We’ll get the details about a presentation by Kate Case, Organizing and Advocacy Fellow for International Justice Mission, a UN organization working to stem human slavery and sex trafficking; She’ll talk at 6:30 tomorrow evening (Saturday) at Chapel by the Lake;
John Cooper, Facilities Manager at the Ted Stevens Research Institute will come by to explain the revolutionary system that extracts heat from seawater to completely replace the oil heating system in the 65,000 square foot facility; the Institute recently received the Lean, Clean and Green Award for the system;
And, we’ll get a first listen to one of the presentations from the November Mudrooms talks, which will air in their entirety on KTOO December 23;
That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more, today at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- If completed, the request would mean one-third of the southwest border would be fenced. Facing a skeptical Congress, the White House says it plans to ask for more funding in future years.
- President Trump is proposing to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling. That’s one detail from the budget the White House delivered to Congress Tuesday. The document fleshes out the “blueprint” released in March.
- Juneau residents will have a rare opportunity this week to sound off over trash service. The company that runs curbside pick up has been acquired by Waste Connections, a Canada-based business with customers in 39 states and five provinces.
- The Department of Fish and Game will pull the north line of the Ugashik District back away from the haulout site again, Salomone said, the same as last year. The exact coordinates will be published with the first announcement from Fish and Game about June 1.