WATCH: Juneau Assembly holds public hearing on child care, ballot signatures and more

The Juneau Assembly will hold a regular meeting Monday night at 7 p.m.

Items set for public hearing on tonight’s agenda include multiple emergency appropriations related to CARES Act funding for things like more child care spots provided by the Juneau School District and additional funding for the city’s business sustainability grant program.

Another ordinance would appropriate $50,000 for the newly created systemic racism review committee. And the Assembly will decide whether to waive the requirement for witness signature on voters’ mail-in ballots for the Oct. 6 municipal election.

The meeting will be streamed on Facebook Live and via Zoom Webinar. It will also air live on KTOO 104.3 FM and stream on the web.

Details about how to participate in the meeting can be found in the agenda packet.

Note: The city had issues with Facebook Live during the meeting and was not able to publish the video. An audio recording is available below. It cuts off the first couple of minutes.