It includes a 2 percent pay increase, though the district won’t say what the budget impact would be.
“When you read it, please keep in mind the fact that it will represent what the law requires. It will not represent any notions of approval or disapproval on my part of trapping,” said Judge Thomas Nave.
“It sounds so aggressive, the idea of a poetry slam. But it’s actually kind of been dubbed the friendliest competition in town,” says Woosh Kinaadeiyi Poetry Grand Slam co-founder Christy NaMee Eriksen.
“Going back to school cost me $1,100 and being homeless,” said Elliot Scott.
Savikko Park and Gastineau Elementary School will be the future sites of two totem poles. Plans include interpretive signs in Tlingit and English, explaining the history of the original people of Juneau and Douglas: the Auk and Taku Kwaan.
The public is invited to share stories about addiction and discuss solutions at Wednesday night’s Community of Compassion gathering.
Monday’s small claims case between a trapper and a trap springer was supposed to last an hour, but after about two and half hours in District Court, it’s stretching into a second day.
It was the third lowest voter turnout in three decades. The local officials selected direct spending of more than $300 million dollars a year and set school district policies.
“We lay out the tarp to give us something dry to lay on and then we lay our bedding out on top of that and then the excess tarp we put over ourselves,” said Clyde Didrickson.
A Juneau trapper has lowered the amount of damages he’s seeking in a lawsuit against a hiker who sprang his traps last December. John Forrest sued Kathleen Turley in September.