Sabrina Bracher was laid off in April. She cashed out her retirement savings after pandemic-related unemployment payments ended and says she’s going to jump on the new housing assistance program.
Cruise ship head taxes have paid for hundreds of millions of dollars in waterfront improvements and services related to the industry.
The candidates are generally aligned on a lot of big goals, but there’s contrast in how they’d get there.
The head of the state’s regional sign patrol says he thinks they are consistently enforcing the law, though it may not look like it because the state’s right of way along roads is irregular.
The region’s traffic and safety engineer expects the design work to be done next year. It’ll cost another estimated $1.2 million to make the improvements and won’t happen until 2022 at the earliest.
The data shows that it’s common for a fraction of a fraction of 1% of voters to vote twice in elections. Which still raises questions.
State transportation officials will talk about project options, and discuss some small-scale safety improvements that could be completed in 2022.
There’s likely heating fuel or diesel in the soil. It isn’t clear yet how the cleanup will affect the cost and timeline of the project.
In addition to the housing assistance grants, the Assembly approved millions more in pandemic relief grants for schools, businesses and a destination marketing campaign.
A former Juneau mayor and retired high school government teacher found himself on the other side of this issue from his former student, who’s campaigning for the bond package.