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It’s a stroke of genius.
Four timber sales are in the works.
You’ll be asked to subsidize this monster forever more.
Confusing the voters through the design of ballot measures is not open and transparent government.
Like my mom used to say.
It will help Alaska’s economy to thrive.
The city can hardly keep its head above water!
I support the renovation of Centennial Hall and building the New JACC.
We are looking forward to our continued mutual success in the new JACC.
The children of Juneau deserve better.
As Alaskans, we have a vision for the Tongass that’s based on a healthy forest and strong fisheries.
I am voting against all three initiatives.
Let’s be happy with the JACC we have.
Vote no on Prop 3.
His little known role in helping Alaska and Soviet “citizen diplomats” end the Cold War.
The arts need a place to thrive.
It would hurt Alaska’s still-struggling economy.
But liberals in Congress want to stop our progress.
Fifty years have passed since the old JACC was built.
These projects are community supported and serve climate action and renewable energy goals.