Petersburg’s plan to form a borough meets state standards, according to a preliminary report by staff for the Alaska Local Boundary Commission.
Avalanche mitigation report and AJ Mine related water study to be presented to CBJ Assembly tonight.
A bill sponsored by Juneau Republican Rep. Cathy Munoz revising state regulations for real estate activity passed the House of Representatives this morning (Friday). It now heads to the state Senate.
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.
In her annual address to the Alaska Legislature, U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski spoke chiefly of the need to increase oil and gas development and the role Alaska plays in national military strategy.
A traditional Wetting Down ceremony is planned for Thursday.
The portrait of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, commissioned by the Alaska Legislature, now hangs outside the House Speaker’s office on the second floor of the State Capitol.
The state is negotiating a new lease for the Department of Labor building in Juneau, even as employees who work there continue to suffer ill health effects.