Last year, the city spent a lot of money during the pandemic that the Assembly hadn’t originally budgeted for — that’s everything from city busses running for free to standing up an emergency operations center.
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.
Dunleavy signed a resolution asking Congress and President Biden to exempt Alaska from a federal law that requires cruise ships headed to Alaska to stop in Canada.
The city is holding its first small pop-clinic Friday at a local business.
The ruling reverses a Superior Court decision that 94 positions filled by Dunleavy appointees had been vacated in December.
The gathering was in the gymnasium in the Terry Miller Legislative Office Building, which is across 5th Street from the Capitol.
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.
Beginning today, April 6, community members will be able to ask questions during the weekly event
Juneau Emergency Medical Associates put up the prize money to try to nudge people who are on the fence into getting vaccinated.
Kristin Bartlett with the school district said the minimal risk level in the community and recently updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contributed to the decision.