Juneau’s long range plan for the Willoughby District will become part of the city and borough’s Comprehensive Plan. The Juneau Assembly Monday night voted to include chapter five, which lays out the planning and design principles for future improvements in the area west of downtown and east of Gold Creek.
Bonds for Auke Bay Elementary School renovation and new turf at Adair Kennedy Park will be sold in two installments over the next two years.
A survey of Juneau’s homeless community identifies 74 percent as vulnerable due to health issues, substance abuse, or mental illness. More than a third are veterans.
Deborah A. Carroll faces five felony and misdemeanor charges, including forgery, unsworn falsification, and perjury.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has given Juneau’s garbage collection company – Alaska Pacific Environmental Services – the go-ahead to implement a new automated roll cart service. But the RCA has not yet approved a monthly container fee for specially designed trash cans. APES hasn’t said when the service will take effect.
A bill that would allow judges to consider Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders as a mitigating factor in criminal sentencing had a hearing in the Senate Finance Committee today (Monday).
A chorus of voices sang the second verse of the Alaska Flag Song on the steps of the Capitol building this afternoon (Friday).
The Parnell administration has reached a settlement on the Point Thomson gas fields that the governor says will help clear a path to an Alaska natural gas pipeline.