Monday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon,
We’ll get the details about an upcoming concert by Michael Smith;
We’ll talk with Lee and Linda Parker about the Gustavus Centennial Celebrations;
We’ll continue our FISH-101 Series with guest Cal Casipit, from the Forest Service, as we learn about subsistence fisheries;
We’ll find out about the 52nd Grand Session of the Alaska Assembly of the International Order of the Rainbow;
And we’ll get a preview of Tuesday’s presentation at the Library about Morris Dancing.
- The Juneau Assembly has ponied up another $1.2 million for the Housing First project. The 32-unit apartment complex and clinic is designed to serve Juneau's most vulnerable residents, many of them homeless
- The smoke was thick but through the gaps, it didn't look like much was left of the popular playground located in a park north of downtown Juneau.
- City Manager Rorie Watt said the city's costs for subdividing the land and closing the deal could be a quarter million dollars.
- Because some land in the refuge is privately owned, different rules for shotgun use technically applies.