Monday evening the city’s Land and Resources committee forwarded an amendment that would change part of the land use code, allowing at-home child care facilities to take in 12 children instead of eight.
The city closed the park last week after Parks and Recreation staff found broken glass in the fountain area under smashed windows of Gastineau Apartments.
On Sunday, the Douglas Indian Association invited tribal elders, elected officials, and members of the press on a trip up to the Taku Glacier.
The woman who left the bag isn’t in custody and hasn’t been identified, though police want to talk to her and have surveillance video.
“What we’re hearing is that people would like to engage in some active hiking, biking, and lake and river activities, and also get a little further afield from the immediate visitor center,” says Jennifer Berger with the Forest Service.
A 1,200-square-foot house is considered small by today’s standards. But one Juneau couple is leaving their home for something less than 100 square feet of livable space.
The program is not supposed to be a cure. The goal is for inmates to learn to control and manage risk factors that could lead to sexual assaults.
Thursday is the opening of the purse seine season at Amalga Harbor in Juneau. Commercial fishermen will be able to catch chum released from the DIPAC hatchery.
Brian Hogan of Hillsboro, Ore., is charged with felony assault and three other misdemeanor charges after Tuesday’s incident.
The ski area is discounting season passes and locker rentals, and offering three free tickets for friends, snowsports school clinics, and continued use of last season’s multi-visit cards.