It’s unclear whether negotiators will be able to reach a budget agreement, without or without the air travel fee hike, but the airline industry is fighting back hard.
The Assembly usually holds a single meeting in December to consider applicants for city enterprise boards, but that would have been difficult to do this year.
“What’s needed with youth leaders is the willingness and the confidence to take the initiative and be the driving force behind a movement,” says Abbey VandenBerg.
Former Juneau Community Charter School Site Manager Quinn Haas quit November 13 after a member of the school’s governing board obtained a protective order against him.
With so much money that will be spent on political ads, some state legislators would like to see stronger federal disclosure laws, so voters know who’s paying for the airtime.
Groups in Alaska working to sign people up for health insurance on the federal marketplace say the website is working much better.
Gov. Sean Parnell says he’d like to see state spending well below current levels for the upcoming fiscal year.
A 55-year-old Ketchikan resident has been charged with assaulting a federal officer.
Gov. Sean Parnell says he’s not planning to introduce gas-tax legislation at this time.
Some North Douglas residents are threatening lawsuits against Juneau for considering developing an off-road vehicle park near their homes.