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.
Juneau City Manager Rod Swope has made it official – he’s retiring for good on March 31, 2012.
Sealaska Regional Native Corporation owns about 25-thousand acres of subsurface mining rights in an area being contested by the City and Borough of Juneau and Petersburg.
The City and Borough of Juneau is finalizing an annexation petition to be filed with the state’s Local Boundary Commission for lands that Petersburg wants to include in a proposed borough. Last night, the CBJ Assembly approved several maps to be included in the petition. They show 92.6 percent of the contested area is in…
A resolution authorizing City Manager Rod Swope to apply for state funds to pay for half of a new Mendenhall Valley library is on its way to the Juneau Assembly.
Assembly will hear from the Department of Transportation on the SE Transportation Plan and City Engineering Director Rorie Watt on the AJ Mine.
The Division of Community and Regional Affairs’ library construction grant could cover 50 percent of the cost of a new branch in the Mendenhall Valley.
A Juneau-based nonprofit that aims to curb the use of plastic shopping bags in the Capital City won’t be deterred by voters’ rejection this week of a citizen’s initiative to tax those bags at certain retailers.