City attorney John Hartle received a standing ovation in assembly chambers last night for his 20 years of service to the municipality of Juneau. CBJ assembly presented Hartle an Award of Appreciation.
The latest redistricting maps propose new political boundaries for much of Southeast Alaska. Some answer community concerns. But the final result is not going to make everyone happy.
In the coming weeks, the Alaska redistricting board will be reviewing seven different political maps, on top of a handful that have been submitted by third-party groups.
If you’ve ever turned on the radio or television during the campaign season, you’ve probably heard an Art Hackney ad.
Juneau’s unemployment rate remains one of the lowest in the state, thanks to the summer tourism and construction season.
Statewide, the unemployment rate decreased in … more
CBJ Assemblyman forgot about commercial fishing vessel license for F/V Pisces
One of the most controversial bills is Alaska’s version of a “Stand Your Ground” bill. It allows a person to use deadly force if they’re in a situation where they feel threatened, as long as they’re not trespassing.
Representative Beth Kerttula didn’t know Peterburg’s borough assembly was planning to ask again to get out of Juneau’s legislative district.
Juneau’s Main Street has opened to traffic on a smooth new asphalt surface that one driver described as “beautifully done.”