Juneauites are weighing in on the future of downtown this month through a series of walking tours. The second tour was supposed to cover vehicles, parking and pedestrians, but the conversation shifted to homelessness.
The Sealaska Heritage Institute unveiled its new structure in downtown Juneau today. It’s called the Walter Soboleff Building after the late Tlingit scholar, elder and religious leader. Inside stands a full-sized replica of a traditional red cedar clan house
The Juneau Assembly last night unofficially committed $1.5 million to help fund a Housing First project in the capital city.
The Assembly received six applicants for Planning Commission and eight for Bartlett Regional Hospital board.
Imagine a high-end condominium tower on Juneau’s downtown waterfront, with space for retail and offices on the lower levels.
The Juneau Planning Commission opted not to put a rezone request for the 82-acre property back on the table.
Jerry Medina served two years on the commission. Nathan Bishop served one three-year term. Both applied for new terms.