Lt. Lance Leone faces charges related to negligence and dereliction of duty after the July 2010 crash of his H-60 helicopter. Those closest to him say the incident won’t keep him from flying.
Additional charge being investigated as hearing winds down on allegations of dereliction of duty and negligence against Lieutenant Lance Leone.
The City and Borough of Juneau has received 25 applications from people interested in replacing outgoing City Manager Rod Swope, who’s retiring at the end of March.
The University of Alaska Southeast will hire an emergency program manager next year for all three Southeast campuses to coordinate crisis response.
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The investigating officer for a hearing into last year’s fatal Coast Guard helicopter crash off the coast of Washington State says he’ll consider an additional charge of dereliction of duty against the crash’s sole survivor, Lieutenant Lance Leone.
Upland improvements associated with a 62-million dollar rebuild of the city’s cruise ship docks will begin along the downtown waterfront in late September 2012. In October of next year construction will begin on a redesign of Statter Harbor in Auke Bay.
New head of Coast Guard in Alaska apparently pushed for prosecution of Lieutenant Lance Leone for the crash of an H-60 helicopter in July 2010.
Day two of a hearing gets underway on Thursday in Juneau for a Coast Guard officer facing charges related to a helicopter crash off the coast of Washington State last year.
The group behind a citizens’ initiative to re-establish an Alaska Coastal Management Program plans to have signature gatherers in every corner of the state.
Governor Sean Parnell and First Lady Sandy Parnell held the annual holiday open house at the Governor’s mansion Tuesday in Juneau.