Sealaska director and former CEO Byron Mallott says the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act is a work in progress.
It’s the second rescue this week of a pleasure craft stranded in Southeast waters.
Valued at $38.9 billion after FY 1Q
List includes support for the State Library Archives and Museum (SLAM) project, planning for less state and federal support, and a timeline for decision-making on the AJ Mine issue.
The City and Borough of Juneau will file an annexation petition with the state’s Local Boundary Commission tomorrow (Wednesday), seeking to incorporate roughly 1,952 square miles of unorganized land south of the current CBJ boundary.
The Juneau Assembly will undertake an expedited search for a new city manager to replace the retiring Rod Swope.
Southeast tribal officials are welcoming a decision by a state judge that’s based on their inherent right of self-governance.
The Juneau School District has racked up more than 2-million dollars in energy savings since implementing a conservation program in 2007.
Federal prosecutors’ case against former Juneau fishing guide Michael Duby may be coming to an end.
No compromise following a meeting earlier this week (Wednesday) of Juneau and Petersburg officials over a land dispute between the two communities. But the discussion between city leaders is being described as productive.