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Juneau assembly narrows lobbyist search to five

They are the Anderson Group, Bob Evans of Anchorage, the team of Mark Hickey and David Rogers, Kevin Jardell of Juneau, and Sam Kito, the third, also of Juneau.

CBJ looks for a new lobbyist

The city and borough of Juneau is in the market for a new legislative lobbyist. Long-time lobbyist Clark Gruening retired at the end of July after more than 25 years with the CBJ.

City manager gets a raise

City manager gets a raise

Kim Kiefer has been city manager since April 2012. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)

In a 7-2 vote, the CBJ assembly approved a three percent pay … more

Low voter turnout renews interest in elections by mail

Low voter turnout renews interest in elections by mail

Chances are, if you’re registered to vote in Juneau, you didn’t the last time school board seats, candidates for the Assembly, municipal debt or sales … more

Assembly ratifies firefighters’ contract

Assembly ratifies firefighters’ contract

A fire truck returns to the Glacier Fire Station near the airport. (Photo by Heather Bryant/KTOO)

The Juneau Assembly has ratified terms of a new … more

Juneau City Attorney Hartle to retire June 30th

Juneau City Attorney Hartle to retire June 30thCity Attorney John Hartle is stepping down after 20 years with the City and Borough of Juneau’s Law Department.

Juneau Assembly considers City Manager evaluation criteria

Juneau Assembly considers City Manager evaluation criteriaJuneau City Manager Kim Kiefer has officially been on the job for a year, meaning it’s time for her annual evaluation by the CBJ Assembly.

Juneau Assembly Housing Committee gets to work

Juneau Assembly Housing Committee gets to workCalling all land owners, developers, lenders and realtors. The Juneau Assembly wants to hear from you.

Juneau Assembly expected to resolve appeals of Planning Commission decisions

Juneau Assembly expected to resolve appeals of Planning Commission decisionsA hearing officer finds "substantial evidence" supporting a Planning Commission decision to allow a rock crusher to operate at a Montana Creek Road gravel pit. Meanwhile, an agreement has been reached to dismiss another appeal of a Planning Commission decision allowing the owners of an office complex to build a second driveway.

Juneau Assembly praises response to Gastineau Apartments fire

Juneau Assembly praises response to Gastineau Apartments fireJuneau Mayor Merrill Sanford says he was scared during Monday’s fire at the Gastineau Apartments downtown.
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