All over town, people have planned alternatives to traditional Halloween activities and rigged up contraptions to deliver candy to costumed kids while socially distant.
Some realtors objected to the new policy and said they should have been consulted. The Assembly could vote on the policy again as early as Nov. 16.
Although Rainforest Recovery Center will limit the number of patients for now, providers say the need in and outside the community is growing.
Christine Woll replaces Rob Edwardson to represent District 2 on the Juneau Assembly. She will serve a three-year term.
According to a letter sent to residents’ families this week, all the people tested for COVID-19 received negative results and no one has shown symptoms of the virus.
City staff want to restrict skateboarding and some other activities along the seawalk. Dozens of skaters showed up to push back against that idea during a committee meeting on Wednesday.
Juneau’s first by-mail election had the city’s best turnout in more than 20 years.
The public libraries, pools, Treadwell Ice Arena and the Juneau-Douglas City Museum will close Wednesday. Bars and restaurants are restricted to 50% capacity indoors.
With temperatures dipping below freezing this weekend, local shelters must weigh the risks of staying open or closing to slow the spread of the virus.
Of the 27,000 ballots sent out to registered voters in September, Friday’s count includes 11,836 ballots.