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Juneau City Attorney Hartle to retire June 30th

Juneau City Attorney Hartle to retire June 30th

City Attorney John Hartle is stepping down after 20 years with the City and Borough of Juneau’s Law Department.

Bears are waking up around Juneau

Bears are waking up around Juneau

Juneau Police report two dumpsters downtown apparently rifled by a bear or bears in the past week.

Outside city manager evaluation could cost up to $20,000

Outside city manager evaluation could cost up to $20,000

An independent, third party evaluation of City Manager Kim Kiefer’s performance could cost the City and Borough of Juneau up to $20,000 dollars, according to a consultant who made a pitch to members of the CBJ Assembly on Tuesday.

FEMA sets deadline for Juneau to adopt new flood plain maps

FEMA sets deadline for Juneau to adopt new flood plain maps

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has given the City and Borough of Juneau an August 19th deadline to adopt new flood zone maps.

Kiefer says CBJ faces $2.8 million budget shortfall in FY ’14

Kiefer says CBJ faces $2.8 million budget shortfall in FY ’14

The Juneau Assembly Finance Committee starts holding weekly meetings April 3rd to review the fiscal year 2014 budget, which takes effect July 1st.

Juneau prepares for federal sequestration

Juneau prepares for federal sequestration

In Juneau, the cuts will affect city and school district operations, as well as services at local nonprofits.

Marlow out as CBJ Lands and Resources manager

Heather Marlow had been in her current position since 2006. She previously worked five years as a Planner for Juneau’s Community Development Department.

Vote certified, Petersburg Borough formation complete

Vote certified, Petersburg Borough formation complete

Petersburg becomes the nineteenth organized borough in Alaska. The first meeting of the Petersburg Borough Assembly will be held on Monday.

Petersburg borough vote enters the home stretch

Petersburg borough vote enters the home stretch

With less than a week until the deadline, roughly 30 percent of Petersburg-area voters have cast ballots on whether to form a borough.

BRH to repay nearly $1-million in Medicare and Medicaid billing errors

BRH to repay nearly $1-million in Medicare and Medicaid billing errors

Bartlett Regional Hospital must repay the state and federal governments close to a million dollars for six years of Medicare and Medicaid billing errors. The … more