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Botelho offers project tax suggestions

Botelho offers project tax suggestions

Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho is suggesting a way for the CBJ Assembly to include more projects in a proposed extension of the city’s temporary 1-percent sales tax.

Auke Lake boating regulations under review

Auke Lake boating regulations under review

The CBJ Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee will review Auke Lake regulations in the wake of an inner tube / jet ski collision that resulted in the death of a Juneau teenager.

Austerman open to changes to ACMP bill

HB 325 is nearly identical to a citizen’s initiative on track for a statewide vote later this year. But House Majority Leader Alan Austerman – the bill’s primary sponsor – says he’s open to changes. Lawmakers can preempt the ballot measure by adopting substantially similar legislation.

Coastal management bill introduced in state House

House Bill 325 closely mirrors a citizen’s initiative that’s on track for a statewide vote later this year. Lawmakers can pre-empt the measure by passing substantially similar legislation.

Kiefer chosen as next CBJ city manager

Kiefer chosen as next CBJ city manager

The Juneau Assembly has appointed Kim Kiefer as the next city manager. The longtime city employee, and current deputy manager, will replace Rod Swope, who’s retiring March 31st.

Botelho disappointed in LBC’s consolidation decision

Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho says he’s disappointed the state’s Local Boundary Commission has denied the city’s request to consolidate competing land claims between Juneau and Petersburg.

Juneau Assembly narrows manager search

The CBJ Assembly has settled on a shortlist of finalists, but the public won’t find out who until all the candidates are notified.

ACMP initiative sponsors eager to collect signatures

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.

CBJ Assembly honors Anna Graceman

The 11-year-old Juneau singer-songwriter caught the nation’s attention earlier this year, when she made it to the semi-final round of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.

Assembly approves expedited manager search

The Juneau Assembly will undertake an expedited search for a new city manager to replace the retiring Rod Swope.

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