Juneau’s airport recently approved $1.15 million in rent abatement for the next fiscal year. Meanwhile, tenants are getting creative and hoping for a better summer than 2020.
WLRN reporter Nancy Klingener explains how the charter amendment process played out in Key West.
At least 10 state foster care agencies hire for-profit companies to obtain millions of dollars in Social Security benefits intended for the most vulnerable children in state care each year, according to a review of hundreds of pages of contract documents.
The City and Borough of Juneau has a lot of promises to keep with environmental regulators after racking up dozens of pollution violations at its two main sewage treatment plants.
Beginning at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday residents can comment — via phone or Zoom — on the city’s proposed tax hike, the plan for spending federal stimulus funds and using general funds, the school district budget and capital improvement project priorities.
“It is still possible that we could elevate the risk level to moderate, but we won’t go there lightly,” said Deputy City Manager Mila Cosgrove.
The school would not reveal whether the positive cases were in students or staff members due to health privacy laws, but the wrestling team and boys soccer team are being quarantined due to a close contact.
Sealaska Heritage Institute recently announced the opera’s development which will be based on the true story of the Tlingit-Russian War in 1802 and 1804.
The extra two days of operation is in appreciation of all their guests and regulars that enjoyed the mountain this season.
There was no damage reported to any houses in downtown Juneau after Tuesday night’s slides.