William Comer of Kansas City, Kansas took himself out of the running on the eve of the final assessment center interview process, citing personal reasons. He declined to be more specific.
The board of directors for Juneau’s city-owned hospital conducted a nearly six-month search, before settling on three finalists. Over the next three days they’ll be asked to perform various “real-life” exercises, and meet with community leaders and hospital staff.
Arrow Refuse will roll out a new automated trash pickup service and start offering curbside recycling to residential customers for an additional fee. But some customers are confused by the changes.
Seventy-five employees work at Foodland A&P.
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 High-Intensity Activated Crosswalk – or HAWK – beacon is now operating at the Glacier Highway Walmart entrance, one of the busiest pedestrian crossings in the Lemon Creek area.
Forty-three percent of AEL & P customers already pay their bill electronically. Now, the Juneau utility has asked the Regulatory Commission of Alaska to revise its tariff to give customers an e-billing option.
Office Max is the second chain store to open in a month in Juneau, at the Nugget Mall, next to Petco.
Bartlett Regional Hospital’s board of directors has named Dennis Stillman interim Chief Financial Officer. He takes over for Garth Hamblin, who’s leaving due to the board’s new consulting contract with Quorum Health Resources.
Former state Health Department official John Vowell has been named interim Chief Executive Officer at Juneau’s Bartlett Regional Hospital.