An independent, third party evaluation of City Manager Kim Kiefer’s performance could cost the City and Borough of Juneau up to $20,000 dollars, according to a consultant who made a pitch to members of the CBJ Assembly on Tuesday.
Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer has officially been on the job for a year, meaning it’s time for her annual evaluation by the CBJ Assembly.
Should the City and Borough of Juneau be regulating development near eagle nests, and if so, to what extent? The CBJ Planning Commission will take a look at those questions over the next several months and make a recommendation to the Juneau Assembly.
The Juneau Assembly has appointed Kim Kiefer as the next city manager. The longtime city employee, and current deputy manager, will replace Rod Swope, who’s retiring March 31st.
Juneau residents can see city manager candidates Norman “Buddy” Custard and Kim Kiefer in action tonight (Wednesday) when they take part in a public presentation and reception at City Hall.
The latest two year deficit forecast by the city’s Finance Department is for a shortfall of $7.8 million. But the Finance Director and City Manager urge assembly members not to panic.
The Juneau Assembly has scheduled interviews with City Manager finalists Kim Kiefer and Norman “Buddy” Custard.
The Juneau Assembly Finance Committee will discuss its annual list of state funding requests on Wednesday.
Juneau-based research firm McDowell Group will likely begin conducting a survey of Capital City residents’ next week. The Juneau Assembly commissioned the poll to get public input on municipal spending priorities now that the city is facing a projected 7-million dollar shortfall over the next two years.
A pair of Juneau Assembly subcommittees – Budget Survey and Manager Hire – will meet today (Tuesday) to work on two of the biggest issues facing the city in the New Year.