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Should management of Juneau swimming pools change hands?

Should management of Juneau swimming pools change hands?Juneau voters next week will voice their opinions on whether an empowered board should run city swimming pools.

CBJ Assembly Meeting – 9-29-14

Audio from the Sept. 29, 2014 CBJ Assembly meeting.

Tobacco tax before Petersburg voters

Tobacco tax before Petersburg votersA pack of smokes will cost another two bucks if a ballot measure passes in Petersburg.

League of Women Voters Municipal Candidate Forum – 9-30-14

Recorded live Tuesday, September 30, at the CBJ Assembly Chambers

Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinance

Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinanceIt focuses largely on making cell towers visually unobtrusive by concealing its features and having them blend into their surroundings.

Electric vehicle owners power up at Eagle Beach

Electric vehicle owners power up at Eagle BeachLocal businesses and nonprofits raised $50,000 to install a network of electric vehicle charging stations on the Juneau road system

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measure

Kiehl joins coalition of parents backing legal weed measureJuneau Assembly member Jesse Kiehl says legalizing the recreational use of marijuana is a public safety issue

Media outlets criticize Forest Service for film and photography regulations

Media outlets criticize Forest Service for film and photography regulationsAs conservationists celebrate 50 years since the passage of the Wilderness Act, a U.S. Forest Service proposal to make certain wilderness area regulations permanent has brought forth accusations that the agency is infringing on First Amendment rights.

No one hurt during tour boat grounding

Coast Guard dispatched to help 34-foot Voyager at Little Island

Petersburg considers changes to senior sales tax exemption

Petersburg considers changes to senior sales tax exemptionFour measures on the Oct. 7 ballot could change Petersburg's senior citizen sales-tax exemption