Meanwhile, the pool of health care workers eligible for vaccination will widen statewide on Jan. 4. Almost 600 doses will be available for that round in Juneau.
Ketchikan Indian Community Tribal Council’s letter to the school board says it’s aware of “numerous instances” of disrespect towards Alaska Native staff and parents.
The reversal means people who get the city’s housing assistance grant can get the city’s individual assistance grants as well.
The two new agencies will be the Department of Family and Community Services and the Department of Health. Beyond those agency divisions, it’s not clear how the reorganization will work.
The westernmost community in the U.S. is under lockdown after an arriving visitor tested positive Saturday for the coronavirus.
People who applied for individual CARES Act funded grants can no longer get them if they’ve already gotten housing assistance grants from the city.
Interim borough manager Alekka Fullerton said nine homes were destroyed after heavy rains caused landslides and flooding, but it’s hard to know how many people remain displaced.
Ever since the Russian Mission postmaster resigned, mothers have been left scrambling to get formula.
Catholic Community Service, the organization administering the program, received about 1,800 applications within the first six days, according to a city press release.
The Juneau Assembly approved the transfer of the Hurlock Avenue lot at its meeting Monday night, along with leasing the property to Tlingit and Haida Regional Housing Authority for use as an emergency youth shelter.