Right now, typical residents pay about $90 a month in combined water and sewer fees. By July 2018, they’ll pay about $130.
SueAnn Randall's wore this hat to Monday's Assembly meeting. It's a dig at the cell phone tower on Spuhn Island, which her home on North Douglas Highway faces.
The Assembly also approved a major rezoning of Pederson Hill, failed to approve a smaller one on an Atlin Drive lot and doubled its filing fees for appeals.
The Juneau Assembly Monday said goodbye to retiring longtime employees John Kern and Bonnie Chaney, then welcomed the hospital’s new CEO.
If the full Assembly approves the committee’s plan, then monthly fees for typical residents would go from about $90 now to $118 in fiscal year 2017.
The assembly last week requested a list of capital projects that could be delayed or downsized to free up money for operations.
Juneau residents on Thursday weighed in for and against a $35 million appropriation for the Juneau Access project in Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed capital budget.
Five candidates interviewed last week for the position of Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO.
The Juneau Assembly has placed a moratorium on cell phone towers while it works on a wireless communications master plan.