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Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”

Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”The proposal calls for landfill operator Waste Management to continue shipping the city’s processed sewage sludge to the Lower 48 for the next five years.

Update: Power restored out the road

Update: Power restored out the roadAlaska Electric Light & Power tweeted Wednesday afternoon that all power had been restored out the road.

Mixed messages about Juneau parking persist

Mixed messages about Juneau parking persistCity Manager Kim Keifer said parking laws and penalties are “for the most part” being enforced.

Delta challenges Alaska on Seattle-Juneau flights

Delta challenges Alaska on Seattle-Juneau flightsDelta Air Lines is resuming its long-dormant Seattle-Juneau flights. But they’ll only happen once a day and only in the summer.

Updated: Snow storm prompts shift to winter routes

Updated: Snow storm prompts shift to winter routesJuneau school and city buses have switched to winter routes today.

Ferry LeConte ready to sail

Ferry LeConte ready to sail

The ferry LeConte ties up in Juneau.

The ferry LeConte is ready to carry paying passengers again.

State transportation officials say the Juneau-based ship will … more

Federal budget deal might include higher air travel taxes

Federal budget deal might include higher air travel taxesIt’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.

Update: LeConte’s return pushed back a day

Update: LeConte’s return pushed back a dayThe ferry LeConte will return to service at least a day later than expected. Thursday sailings have been canceled due to ongoing bow-thruster repairs.

Juneau pushes fecal cliff out 3 more months

The City and Borough of Juneau has bought three more months to avert a fecal cliff.

LeConte sailings cancelled through the weekend

LeConte sailings cancelled through the weekendA broken bow thruster on the ferry LeConte will disrupt several hundred northern Southeast residents’ Thanksgivings.