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Boundary commission postpones Juneau’s annexation petition

The state’s Local Boundary Commission has postponed indefinitely the City and Borough of Juneau’s petition to annex nearly 2,000 square miles south of the Capital … more

Kerttula, Munoz stay busy despite no primary, general election challengers

Juneau’s legislative delegation would’ve been excused if they took it easy this summer, instead they stayed busy by reaching out to new communities in their districts, volunteering for other campaigns, and doing constituent service.

Southeast celebrates the Fourth of July

Southeast celebrates the Fourth of JulyHere's a slideshow of July 4th photos from Douglas, Juneau, Sitka and Petersburg.

Summit molds young fishermen into industry leaders

Summit molds young fishermen into industry leadersFor the last four years, the Alaska Young Fishermen's Summit has brought together some of the brightest young minds in the industry. The gathering took place in Juneau for the first time this year.

Governor’s budget boosts harbors, ferries, museum

Governor’s budget boosts harbors, ferries, museumGovernor Sean Parnell’s capital budget proposes improving eight Southeast boat harbors and making plans for another one. It also makes a payment toward a new state museum, library and archives building based in Juneau.

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.

CBJ Assembly approves annexation petition

The City and Borough of Juneau will file an annexation petition with the state’s Local Boundary Commission tomorrow (Wednesday), seeking to incorporate roughly 1,952 square miles of unorganized land south of the current CBJ boundary.

Juneau files brief in boundary dispute

No compromise following a meeting earlier this week (Wednesday) of Juneau and Petersburg officials over a land dispute between the two communities. But the discussion between city leaders is being described as productive.

SE votes on plastic bags, hydro, alcohol tax

Southeast Alaskans head to the polls on Tuesday, October 4th. They will choose city and borough leaders and voice opinions on a variety of ballot … more

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