The Juneau Assembly still has no agreement on which projects to include in two financing measures likely to be sent to voters this fall. After chipping away at the list somewhat last night, the Assembly Finance Committee will continue the discussion Monday, hopefully with a fresh set of eyes.
Witnesses to Saturday’s accident on Auke Lake, which resulted in a teenage girl’s death, should call Juneau police at 586-0600.
Three people were appointed to the Eaglecrest Board, three people to the Docks and Harbors Board, and one person to the Airport Board. A seat on that panel remains unfilled.
Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho is suggesting a way for the CBJ Assembly to include more projects in a proposed extension of the city’s temporary 1-percent sales tax.
Candidates planning to run in this fall’s municipal election in Juneau can now pick up nominating petitions at the city clerk’s office.
A large professional office complex on Glacier Highway will soon be able to apply to the city for a second access route.
Four applicants for the CBJ Community Development Director will be on the hot seat Monday as the final selection process gets underway.
The City and Borough of Juneau will continue to lease Cathedral Park from the city’s downtown Catholic parish for at least another year.
A drinking water supply plan for Juneau will come up for a public hearing before the Assembly later this summer.
Beginning tomorrow (Tuesday), landfill operator Waste Management will cut the hours at its recycling center, which is funded in part by Juneau residents through their CBJ monthly utility fees. The city and Waste Management also have put off negotiations for a new recycling facility meant to accommodate both commercial and residential deliveries.