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CBJ rate study explained

CBJ rate study explainedJuneau has approximately $275 million invested in its water and sewer system, and some of the pipes and plants are very old.

CBJ rate study meetings begin Wednesday

CBJ rate study meetings begin WednesdayHow much will Juneau water and sewer rates have to increase to cover the costs of replacing old pipes?

Assembly adopts Comprehensive Plan update

Assembly adopts Comprehensive Plan updateThe Juneau Assembly has approved final changes to the Comprehensive Plan.

Public meetings this week on Capital Transit plan

Public meetings this week on Capital Transit planThe capital city’s bus system wants to hear from you – whether you ride the bus every day, or have never been aboard.

Municipal candidates discuss issues at forum

Municipal candidates discuss issues at forumHear the audio from the League of Women Voters candidate forum Wednesday night.

Juneau-Petersburg boundary dispute argued in court

Juneau-Petersburg boundary dispute argued in courtCBJ wants the LBC to redraw the northern boundary for the recently-formed Petersburg Borough further south

Judge hears Juneau’s annexation case

Judge hears Juneau’s annexation caseCBJ argues that Local Boundary Commission did not properly consider their petition

How to register for October CBJ election

Register Friday at City Clerk's Office, or State Division of Elections offices. Register Saturday and Sunday at any CBJ library.

Accessible playgrounds in Juneau a work in progress

Accessible playgrounds in Juneau a work in progress“We have a playground that is functional, but can we go further and make it better? Of course we can."

Front Street clinic could close Oct. 1

Front Street clinic could close Oct. 1The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium plans to close Front Street Clinic on October 1, according to SEARHC COO Dan Neumeister.
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