The extra two days of operation is in appreciation of all their guests and regulars that enjoyed the mountain this season.
There was no damage reported to any houses in downtown Juneau after Tuesday night’s slides.
Seven more buses are on order that will run on Juneau’s renewable hydroelectric power.
Scheduling miners for a vaccine clinic is a bit of challenge, but it could eventually lead to relaxed testing and quarantine protocols for fully-vaccinated miners who arrive in Juneau from out of state.
The decision made on April 2 allows former teachers and government workers who were previously members of Tier I, II, III retirement plans to pay back their cashed out contributions and get credit for additional years they worked.
Four avalanches were reported on Mt. Ben Stewart on Sunday, while Eaglecrest Ski Area managers say there’s still an avalanche risk inside their boundaries when they are closed.
Federal and state grants will largely cover the $487,000 cost of two specialized snow clearing vehicles, two trailers and a truck to pull them.
Thane Road will be closed Wednesday afternoon from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. because of high natural avalanche danger.
AEL&P can still pull power from Lake Dorothy and Snettisham southeast of Juneau because one of the transmission lines runs underground below Gastineau Peak’s Snowslide Creek.
Alaska’s Chief Justice says case counts have continued a moderate decline since February, many more Alaskans have received vaccinations, and judges and court staff have developed procedures designed to reduce the risk of exposure in courtrooms.