The auto center closed to the public earlier this week after an employee tested positive and the state says the risk to people who visited the store is low.
Some realtors objected to the new policy and said they should have been consulted. The Assembly could vote on the policy again as early as Nov. 16.
Juneau Port Director Carl Uchytil says permit from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gives the city permission to flood the 192-ton steel hulled boat and sink it in 8,400 feet of water.
Juneau officials want the public to take more proactive steps to help health workers trace contacts, which is critical to limit the disease’s spread.
Sabrina Bracher was laid off in April. She cashed out her retirement savings after pandemic-related unemployment payments ended and says she’s going to jump on the new housing assistance program.
Christine Woll replaces Rob Edwardson to represent District 2 on the Juneau Assembly. She will serve a three-year term.
Results have been taking four to five days on average to get back from the state lab. Results from the new lab are expected to take two to four days.
Cruise ship head taxes have paid for hundreds of millions of dollars in waterfront improvements and services related to the industry.
Anchorage’s new mayor inherits high COVID-19 case counts, uncertainty around schools and businesses, and residents who are more politically divided than ever.
Juneau’s first by-mail election had the city’s best turnout in more than 20 years.