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Lack of funds, people and certainty add to challenges as city leaders review spending plans.
Mix and mask: Administrators, students say ‘variety of strategies’ working well with masking optional
“It seems to be going very well,” said Juneau School District Superintendent Bridget Weiss.
Further consideration of Kaxdigoowú Héen Elementary School comes next month.
City pols OK negotiations for park at Mile 35 Glacier Highway.
Putting chambers for public meetings in convention center to save costs is a possibility.
April 13-Oct. 13, CBJ announces.
As of July 1 monthly permits at both parking sites will cost $70 and annual permits $770.
Development furthers Juneau’s already perilous pet care shortage.
Hagevig served two terms on the Assembly, was one of 11 Alaskans to carry the Olympic Torch in ‘96.
“Mid-range” forecast shows over 1,000-student reduction by 2032.
A deficit is projected, additional federal funds are not.
“People, not government,” was the prevailing sentiment.
City eyes an initial defecit.
J&J Deli and Asian Mart, a local favorite for 43 years, faces closure in August unless a new owner is found
Owner says pending closure is due to health rather than economic reasons.
Residents ask questions about expansion plans during webinar.
With federal funding ending, full-priced school lunches could be on the menu for many students next year
District hopes to continue to offer free breakfast, “reasonably priced” lunches.