The assembly also accepted two emotional appeals last night on a dangerous dog designation and the “field of fireweed.”
The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.
The CBJ Planning Commission will consider the plan Tuesday. It goes before the Assembly in March.
The city is holding a housing forum Monday for developers, contractors, homeowners and real estate agents.
The assembly meets at 7 p.m.
Gov. Parnell met the 30-day requirement for filling the seat, but the House minority doesn’t have a deadline to confirm Kito.
Monday marks the 35th day of the Legislature, and that means the cutoff for introduction of personal legislation. After that, only committees are allowed to introduce bills or resolutions.
It’s been referred to as an “Arctic Ambassador” in some reports, but it’s not exactly that, and the reaction of Alaska’s two U.S. senators has been mixed.
A smaller number of legislators are expected to attend The Energy Council and other meetings in Washington, D.C., than last year.
University of Alaska officials have yet to respond to a Senate bill that would allow the legal concealed carry of firearms on University of Alaska campuses.