How will Eaglecrest look 20 years from now? Will the city-owned ski area be bigger? Will there be cabins and condominiums, restaurants and bars?
The City and Borough of Juneau will file an annexation petition with the state’s Local Boundary Commission tomorrow (Wednesday), seeking to incorporate roughly 1,952 square miles of unorganized land south of the current CBJ boundary.
The Juneau Assembly will undertake an expedited search for a new city manager to replace the retiring Rod Swope.
Survey topics include controversial motorized use of the mountain to hiking and biking trails, lodge expansion, alcohol sales, even building condos and cabins.
Juneau Deputy Mayor David Stone is back in his old job at the Alaska Department of Labor.
The CBJ Assembly Human Resources Committee last night (Monday) recommended the city partner with AWARE to apply for up to 850-thousand dollars in federal pass-through money for the project.
CBJ Assembly Meeting October 17, 2011 Agenda
Lands within Petersburg’s proposed borough were previously slated for annexation to the City and Borough of Juneau.
The City and Borough of Juneau will face a 7.5-million dollar budget shortfall next year, at about the same time as City Manager Rod Swope retires. Both issues were discussed Tuesday during a CBJ Assembly work session.
Three Assembly members stepped down and three newly elected members took their place Monday night.