The form was intended to get a better sense of resident attitudes and concerns about getting the shot.
About 3,000 Juneau residents who are registered to vote will have to sign official petition booklets by June 2 for the questions to get on October ballots.
The black-and-yellow tugboat changed hands several times, decaying over the years to become a rustic liveaboard that skirted local laws.
Juneau’s city manager said there are no strings attached, but the Juneau Assembly will have to accept the money.
City officials will shift to a monthly schedule for community updates on COVID-19 after today.
The CCFR fire chief said the program that provides general care and follow-up care in the field is one of the most exciting programs he’s seen after almost 30 years in fire service.
After all the learning challenges this year brought on, Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School teacher calls the win a ‘glimmer of hope.’
Three days after paperwork was filed to start a campaign for ballot questions limiting cruise ship traffic, another group of locals organized to oppose them.
Kevin Benson, Bartlett’s chief financial officer, said that even before the hospital started seeing revenue again, Bartlett was breaking even, thanks to federal relief money.
Later in the day, Alaska Communications said on Twitter that the issue was related to an underwater fiber optic cable. Service was restored early on Thursday morning.