Two city council seats, one school board seat and a liquor board seat were on the ballot in Hoonah.
A proposition related to real estate disclosure seems likely to pass while another concerning funding for a new city hall looks as though it may fail.
Ballots can be placed in one of the dropboxes at the Douglas Library or the Statter Harbor parking lot in Auke Bay or returned in person to the vote center at the Mendenhall Library or City Hall downtown.
The proposal to build a new seaplane base in Sitka seemed to be gathering steam before the pandemic.
The deadline to vote is Tuesday, Oct. 4.
Ketchikan’s library director says she’d be forced to cut most programming and lay off half her staff. People who live outside city limits would not be eligible for a library card.
Supporters aren’t aware of any organized opposition, though a former city department manager says it’s the wrong time for the project, especially after the pandemic changed office space needs.
That makes federal funding available to Alaskans impacted by the storm.
This question asks voters to repeal measures the Juneau Assembly adopted in 2020 and this past February that mandate sharing real estate sales prices with the city assessor’s office.
People waved signs, handed out books and urged voters to support the library this October.