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Juneau hires new harbormaster

Juneau hires new harbormaster

David Borg begins his new job in late March, according to Port Director Carl Uchytil.

Assembly hopes to attract more federal research jobs to Juneau

Assembly hopes to attract more federal research jobs to Juneau

A city task force will study the issue and report to the assembly in six months.

Juneau Assembly OKs cell tower moratorium

Juneau Assembly OKs cell tower moratorium

The assembly also accepted two emotional appeals last night on a dangerous dog designation and the “field of fireweed.”

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.

New Capital Transit plan boosts Mendenhall Valley bus service

New Capital Transit plan boosts Mendenhall Valley bus service

The CBJ Planning Commission will consider the plan Tuesday. It goes before the Assembly in March.

Juneau home building forum today

Juneau home building forum today

The city is holding a housing forum Monday for developers, contractors, homeowners and real estate agents.

Assembly to consider cell tower moratorium, dog attack appeal

Assembly to consider cell tower moratorium, dog attack appeal

The assembly meets at 7 p.m.

Municipal league supports pension infusion plan

Municipal league supports pension infusion plan

Alaska’s mayors and other local officials are worried their governments may be asked to pay more for public employees’ retirement

PERS, education funding top Alaska Municipal League agenda

PERS, education funding top Alaska Municipal League agenda

Local elected officials from across the state will be in Juneau this week for the Alaska Municipal League’s annual legislative conference.

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Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Juneau childcare workers are getting paid more and staying in their jobs longer than they were just a few years ago.