Voters created the Aquatics Board in 2014 through a ballot proposition following concerns over the management of city pools. In May 2018, the Juneau Assembly extended the board’s charter for an extra year. Now it may become permanent.
Seven people have submitted applications to be considered for the District 1 Juneau Assembly seat held by outgoing member Jesse Kiehl, who was elected to the Alaska Senate in November. The Assembly Human Resources Committee will interview each candidate next Thursday.