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Interviews scheduled for Bartlett CEO finalists

Interviews scheduled for Bartlett CEO finalistsThe board hopes to have the new CEO on the job in May

Supporters raise $1 million for new Mendenhall Valley library

Supporters raise $1 million for new Mendenhall Valley libraryFriends of the Juneau Public Libraries presented an oversize check for $775,000 to the Juneau Assembly on Monday.

Juneau Assembly narrowly OKs zone change for Atlin Drive property

Juneau Assembly narrowly OKs zone change for Atlin Drive propertyIn a split 5-4 decision, the Juneau Assembly approved Richard Harris’ request to have his Atlin Drive property zoned light commercial.

Juneau Assembly set to grant Atlin Drive commercial rezone

Juneau Assembly set to grant Atlin Drive commercial rezoneThe decision would contradict a planning commission recommendation and would allow Richard Harris to use his lot for commercial purposes.

Juneau starts to map out its future

Juneau starts to map out its future"It is important that we start thinking about where we want to be in 10 years"

School board unmoved by travel ban task force, public testimony

School board unmoved by travel ban task force, public testimonyJon Kurland said the school board’s reaction is disappointing

School administration’s budget favors bigger class sizes, fewer teachers

School administration’s budget favors bigger class sizes, fewer teachersThe Juneau School District administration ignored recommendations by the budget advisory committee

Juneau faces declining revenues

Juneau faces declining revenuesAssembly members begin working on the budget on March 19

Assembly drops Spuhn Island cell tower study

Assembly drops Spuhn Island cell tower studyCommunity mediation is not included in options presented to the Assembly.

Goodbye sun and stars, hello snow

Goodbye sun and stars, hello snowIncoming Eastern Gulf weather system should bring milder temperatures, snow for skiers and snowboarders