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Juneau Assembly declines request to reconsider cruise ship dock permit

Juneau Assembly declines request to reconsider cruise ship dock permitThe Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial asked the Assembly to reconsider the decision last month.

The final round — Eaglecrest vs Crested Butte

The final round — Eaglecrest vs Crested ButteJuneau’s Eaglecrest is poised to be the most popular ski area in North America, at least by those voting in Ski Town Throwdown.

Climate change could affect Southeast salmon habitat

Climate change could affect Southeast salmon habitatResearchers suggest increased rainfall, temperatures could affect juvenile development, adult migration

One more round for Ski Town Throwdown

One more round for Ski Town ThrowdownIt’s Eaglecrest Ski Area versus Mount Bohemia, Michigan in the Final 4 of the Ski Town Throwdown.

Juneau has cruise industry feeling thirsty

Juneau has cruise industry feeling thirstySix cruise ships docked in Juneau at once can guzzle about 1 million gallons of water a day.

Juneau dock bid opening delayed until ownership of submerged tidelands is resolved

Juneau dock bid opening delayed until ownership of submerged tidelands is resolvedThe City and Borough of Juneau’s Docks and Harbors Department announced Friday evening that it will delay opening bids for a $54 million floating cruise ship berth project until the city is granted ownership of submerged tidelands by the State of Alaska.

Port officials grilled over cruise ship dock project

Port officials grilled over cruise ship dock projectThe Juneau Assembly on Wednesday grilled Port Director Carl Uchytil and Engineer Gary Gillette over the Docks and Harbors Department’s decision to proceed with the project despite the city not owning submerged tidelands.

Juneau moves forward with new cruise docks despite not owning submerged land

Juneau moves forward with new cruise docks despite not owning submerged landPort officials say the issue is not a major concern, and they expect the submerged land to be deeded to the city by the State of Alaska before construction gets underway next year.

Update: Eaglecrest wins round two

Update: Eaglecrest wins round twoIt’s time for the second round of Ski Town Throwdown.

Volunteers and staff continue to give life to the Shrine

Volunteers and staff continue to give life to the Shrine"The whole history of the Shrine is just everyday people in Juneau and outside of Juneau who have just loved it," says Shrine executive director Deirdre Darr.
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