By the end of the weekend, City Emergency Manager Robert Barr said about 10% of Juneau’s eligible population would be vaccinated.
“There are going to be 200-300 people coming into this building. They’re concerned about what’s going to happen and concerned about putting themselves in jeopardy,” said Kodiak Senator Gary Steven
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s denied a permit for the proposed mine back in November.
Pruitt lost to Democrat Liz Snyder by 11 votes in November.
Many wondered aloud on social media why the D.C. rioters were treated differently than those who protested for racial justice in 2020.
The temporary order came from U.S. District Court Judge Josh Kindred after a hearing on Wednesday. Kindred said Landfield’s legal team and the evidence they’d shown so far persuaded him that the Landmine would likely win its lawsuit against the state.
Chief Financial Officer Kevin Benson will take on the role temporarily until the hospital finds a new CEO.
The city reported that 12 people are newly diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Tuesday. But overall, Juneau’s numbers and percent of positive tests are down. City officials would like to keep it that way.
The two new agencies will be the Department of Family and Community Services and the Department of Health. Beyond those agency divisions, it’s not clear how the reorganization will work.
The lawsuit names Gov. Mike Dunleavy, his spokesman Jeff Turner and his Chief of Staff Ben Stevens — three people Landfield said he has tried to talk to to find out why he’s being locked out of press conferences.