Avalanche mitigation report and AJ Mine related water study to be presented to CBJ Assembly tonight.
Capital City Fire and Rescue christened two brand new fire engines last night (Thursday) with a “wetting down” ceremony at Glacier Fire Station by the airport.
A traditional Wetting Down ceremony is planned for Thursday.
The Juneau School District budget committee will forward its budget recommendations to the school board Tuesday night.
About 40 percent of Juneau residents say the city and borough should cut services before raising taxes and fees. But 30 percent say they’d be willing to pay higher taxes or user fees.
The city will continue to back millions of dollars in bonds for Wildflower Court, a non-profit nursing home adjacent to Bartlett Regional Hospital.
The city will hire an expert to provide technical assistance in its dispute with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Juneau flood plain maps.
The wish list for Juneau’s 1 percent temporary sales tax has grown to more than $81 million.
More than 1,000 people responded to an online survey on Juneau’s Eaglecrest Ski Area. Coupled with an earlier telephone survey of Juneau residents, the results are part of the master plan process underway by the Eaglecrest Board of Directors.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska will take more time to investigate Alaska Pacific Environmental Services’ plan to change the way garbage is collected in Juneau.