Three people were appointed to the Eaglecrest Board, three people to the Docks and Harbors Board, and one person to the Airport Board. A seat on that panel remains unfilled.
Now that the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Health Care Act, Alaska’s leaders prepare for what comes next.
The Supreme Court has upheld the heart of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul — ruling in favor of the requirement that most Americans can be required to have health insurance, or else pay a penalty.
Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho is suggesting a way for the CBJ Assembly to include more projects in a proposed extension of the city’s temporary 1-percent sales tax.
Candidates planning to run in this fall’s municipal election in Juneau can now pick up nominating petitions at the city clerk’s office.
The approval – known as “preclearance” under the Voting Rights Act – comes in the midst of a federal lawsuit, filed by Alaska Native groups to keep the state from implementing the plan until the Justice Department weighs in.
A large professional office complex on Glacier Highway will soon be able to apply to the city for a second access route.
A series of ten public hearings on Ballot Measure 2 will be held around the state in July, starting next Monday in Soldotna and ending July 26th in Juneau.
Four applicants for the CBJ Community Development Director will be on the hot seat Monday as the final selection process gets underway.