Leilani Wilson Walkush is one of the new board members, She was a Goldbelt intern in 1995, and said she wants to bring back to the company skills and experiences she’s had since then.
Goldbelt shareholder William Andrews has been vocally agitating for a change in the Alaska Native corporation’s leadership. He claims the company of 3,600 shareholders has performed poorly and that the incumbents up for reelection violated conflict of interest bylaws.
A longtime state lawmaker resigned, Alaska Native languages were recognized as official state languages, and a price war for airline tickets.
Outgoing Juneau Assemblyman Carlton Smith predicts uncertain financial times
Maria Gladziszewski and Debbie White to be sworn in to the Assembly tonight
Juneau voters sent two newcomers to the Assembly, re-elected an incumbent, and gave the Assembly authority to delegate management of city pools.
No one has filed for the district two Assembly seat yet
More than 200 people attended the dedication ceremony for a bronze sculpture recognizing Southeast Alaska’s internees
The Juneau Assembly approved a budget that cuts 12 full-time employees, reduces services and doesn’t fund the school district at the highest level.
Democrat Bryon Mallott will leave Sealaska’s board of directors next month to spend more time campaigning for governor.