A concept drawing of a new city museum located on south Franklin Avenue. (Courtesy photo | City and Borough of Juneau)

A concept drawing of a new city museum located on south Franklin Avenue. (Courtesy photo | City and Borough of Juneau)

City considers relocating Juneau-Douglas City Museum

Former Empire owner also looks for way to house Alaska art collection in Juneau

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