Margie Hamburger, from the City Museum, will be here to highlight Saturday’s Coffee & Collections presentation on The Kennedy Street Centennial Portrait Project;
We’ll talk to Brian Sullivan about his new CD;
Kevin Hood will give us a preview of his Wildlife Wednesday program on the anniversary of the Wilderness Act;
We’ll talk with Jeremy Hsieh about tonight’s Forum@360 presentation highlighting Alaska Robotics;
And we’ll get an update on the Mountain Lift at Eaglecrest.
That, plus Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, Music and more, Wednesday at 3 on KTOO-NEWS.
- Mayor Ken Koelsch, Debbie White and Mary Becker opposed it. Deputy Mayor Jerry Nankervis was on a scratchy phone connection and did not respond to the roll call to vote.
- The proposal for a 130-unit high-rise apartment building to be built over a downtown city parking lot has alarmed some community members. But city officials say there is no final plan and closure of the deal is still months away.
- “Things have to have an endpoint to it, or they have to have something that keeps directing you, telling you that you’re in the right area,” said troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters.
- The Department of the Interior announced today that 29 local Alaska governments would receive $29.7 million in Payment in Lieu of Taxes funds, or PILT.