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Dishonesty doesn’t make good policy.
Voting yes on Proposition 4 will help put a lid on Assembly spending.
Juneau voters have an opportunity to send them a message.
Staff have completed 70 vessel inspections this season.
I should have just turned off the computer.
Were prior assessors just smarter?
It’s been a good fall for mushrooms and other fungi.
Patient rights must be brought up to or exceed best practice in all programs.
City Hall discussion is reminiscent of 2005 Capitol talk.
When assessments are more accurate, taxes are more equitable, and all property owners benefit,
Our educational institutions must be held a higher standard.
AHS has just completed the first comprehensive guide to historical sources about ANCSA.
We’re looking for volunteers to work with one or two others for an hour or two once or twice a week.
Here’s how to add your voice to the conversation.
Ways to amend the constitution already exist.
That’s a business we want to be in business forever.
But is the money really “free?”
Dynamic can mean exciting, engaging or interesting. Dynamic pricing is none of these things.
Investing in Juneau’s trails, cabins, and sports fields makes it a better place to live and recreate.
The CBJ Assembly needs to act now to fix this problem.