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Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge Louis Menendez says no to a temporary restraining order, but agrees to hear arguments over a preliminary injunction.

Former Bartlett CEO offered severance packages without board approval

Former Bartlett CEO offered severance packages without board approval

Bartlett Regional Hospital Board of Directors did not know about the severance packages of the former chief financial officer and personnel director until two weeks after the agreements were already signed

Assembly, BRH board to discuss severance packages

Assembly, BRH board to discuss severance packages

As much of the meeting as possible will be open, but some issues will be discussed in executive session.

Fishermen’s memorial goes to court to stop work on cruise ship docks

Fishermen’s memorial goes to court to stop work on cruise ship docks

It’s the latest attempt by the nonprofit Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial in Juneau to alter or block the $54 million project.

Haven House may be prohibited from opening

CBJ officials determine that halfway houses are not allowed on Malissa Drive

Juneau Assembly halts cell phone towers until plan in place

Juneau Assembly halts cell phone towers until plan in place

The Juneau Assembly has placed a moratorium on cell phone towers while it works on a wireless communications master plan.

Juneau Assembly to vote on bid award for cruise ship docks

Juneau Assembly to vote on bid award for cruise ship docks

Manson Construction of Seattle is expected to get the contract to do the massive cruise ship dock rebuild.

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session priorities

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session priorities

Education funding and the state’s unfunded public employee retirement obligation topped the list of topics discussed by the Juneau Assembly and the Capital City’s legislative delegation on Wednesday.

First draft budget includes $4.5M shortfall for Juneau Schools next year

First draft budget includes $4.5M shortfall for Juneau Schools next year

Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich offered a blunt assessment of what the latest numbers mean in a presentation to the district’s budget committee Tuesday.

Juneau’s housing market sees influx of rentals

Juneau’s housing market sees influx of rentals

“I completely don’t think we have enough housing. We’re certainly not close to overbuilding the market right now,” says Hal Hart, CBJ Community Development Director.