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Assembly ignores budget comments on school funding and ice arena

Assembly ignores budget comments on school funding and ice arenaThe Juneau Assembly approved a budget that cuts 12 full-time employees, reduces services and doesn’t fund the school district at the highest level.

Cell tower proposal before Planning Commission

Cell tower proposal before Planning CommissionOnce the ordinance is adopted, a moratorium on communication tower permits will lifted

Water and sewer fees poised to increase 31 percent

Water and sewer fees poised to increase 31 percentIf the full Assembly approves the committee’s plan, then monthly fees for typical residents would go from about $90 now to $118 in fiscal year 2017.

School funding tops Juneau Assembly committee agenda

The Juneau Assembly's Committee of Whole meets at 6 p.m. Monday.

CBJ Regular Meeting 4/28/14

Recorded live. 
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Bartlett board defends salary for new CEO Chuck Bill

Bartlett board defends salary for new CEO Chuck BillNew Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO Chuck Bill will make $315,000 annually and get two signing bonuses worth a total of $63,000.

Juneau Assembly sets school funding floor

Juneau Assembly sets school funding floorThe Juneau Assembly voted to provide no less than $24.1 million to local schools next year, but two members argued for a lower amount.

Juneau’s efforts to redraw flood maps produces results

Juneau’s efforts to redraw flood maps produces resultsThe city has been working with property owners and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to amend the flood maps.

Juneau Assembly could tap capital projects to address shortfall

Juneau Assembly could tap capital projects to address shortfallThe assembly last week requested a list of capital projects that could be delayed or downsized to free up money for operations.

Is Juneau’s budget shortfall as bad as it seems?

Is Juneau’s budget shortfall as bad as it seems?While an estimated $12 million shortfall may sound dire, the Juneau Assembly has nearly $20 million in savings to work with.