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Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?

Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?

While the number of passengers to visit the state went up last year, other cruise destinations continue to attract more ships.

Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge denies motion to immediately stop work on Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge Louis Menendez says no to a temporary restraining order, but agrees to hear arguments over a preliminary injunction.

Juneau Assembly to vote on bid award for cruise ship docks

Juneau Assembly to vote on bid award for cruise ship docks

Manson Construction of Seattle is expected to get the contract to do the massive cruise ship dock rebuild.

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session priorities

Juneau Assembly, legislative delegation talk session priorities

Education funding and the state’s unfunded public employee retirement obligation topped the list of topics discussed by the Juneau Assembly and the Capital City’s legislative delegation on Wednesday.

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

The Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee on Monday voted unanimously to send a resolution establishing the procedure to the full Assembly with a “do pass” recommendation.

Juneau officials recommend moving city museum to Library Department

Juneau officials recommend moving city museum to Library Department

“We see opportunity for staff to collaborate more where our missions intersect,” said Library Director Robert Barr.

Longtime JPD mechanic honored by Juneau city officials

Longtime JPD mechanic honored by Juneau city officials

Scott Phillips worked for the City and Borough of Juneau for nearly 30 years, including 19 as the Juneau Police Department’s mechanic.

After delays, Juneau cruise ship berths project can move forward

After delays, Juneau cruise ship berths project can move forward

The Alaska Department of Natural Resources has issued a final decision transferring nearly 18 acres of submerged tidelands to the city, allowing the $54 million cruise ship dock project to move forward.

Juneau Assembly hears latest Atlin rezone appeal

Juneau Assembly hears latest Atlin rezone appeal

The Assembly also amended the city’s disturbing the peace code, created a Human Resources and Risk Management Department, and transferred funds to a project to rehabilitate Last Chance Basin’s well field.

Juneau Assembly boots two incumbents from Planning Commission

Juneau Assembly boots two incumbents from Planning Commission

Jerry Medina served two years on the commission. Nathan Bishop served one three-year term. Both applied for new terms.