Airport officials got more money than expected, as a lump sump instead of over four years, and with a much smaller local match obligation than usual.
Ornamental plants like petunias, begonias, dahlias and fuchsias won’t survive even a mild Southeast Alaska winter outdoors. We need to bring them into a space that won’t freeze.
Two people tested positive for the virus, seven others are in quarantine.
Juneau’s COVID-19 risk level remains high due to significant community spread during the last couple of weeks.
Wilting and yellowing vegetation must be trimmed off fast — before they succumb to slugs and fungus.
Several Assembly members said they wanted to remove any possible hurdles that might prevent someone from voting.
The meeting will be streamed on Facebook Live and via Zoom Webinar. It will also air live on KTOO 104.3 FM and stream on the web.
Instead of heading to the polls, registered voters should have received a ballot in their mailbox. There are a few different options for returning that ballot.
Police identified the body that washed up Sept. 3 as that of 60-year-old Juneau resident Stephen Wayne Todd.
This is the latest proposal to come forward as the city continues to struggle with the lack of affordable childcare options.