Juneau Mayor Merrill Sanford says he was scared during Monday’s fire at the Gastineau Apartments downtown.
Cars heading approach the curve around DeHart’s as seen from Mendenhall Loop Road.
The Juneau Assembly this week decided not to request lower speed … more
Elected officials should be held to a higher standard when it comes to conflicts of interest, says newly elected Assembly member Loren Jones.
Another piece of financing for Juneau’s controversial new cruise ship docks on the downtown waterfront is in place.
In response to questions from the Assembly and public, Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer says she’ll develop a comprehensive list of deferred maintenance needs at city facilities.
Assembly members last night (Monday) approved the measures without making any changes.
The Juneau Assembly is set to move forward with "housekeeping" changes to the city’s Marine Passenger Fee code. The five-dollar per head fee for cruise ship travelers was enacted by Juneau voters in 1999, before Congress passed the most recent federal law governing how such money can be spent.
The full Assembly still needs to vote on the measures. But for now it appears Juneau residents will be asked to approve a five-year extension of the city’s temporary 1-percent sales tax and a $24.9-million bond proposition.
Should the City and Borough of Juneau be regulating development near eagle nests, and if so, to what extent? The CBJ Planning Commission will take a look at those questions over the next several months and make a recommendation to the Juneau Assembly.
The Juneau Assembly has appointed Kim Kiefer as the next city manager. The longtime city employee, and current deputy manager, will replace Rod Swope, who’s retiring March 31st.