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We don’t have to ban cruise tourism, but do need to eliminate the greatest risks to our communities.
If these initiatives pass, what kind of future are we leaving for our children?
Let’s use this break to figure out some reasonable limits on cruise traffic.
Is this the image we want to project as our capital city?
“The problem is that there are simply too many tourists.”
Our community is a model for destinations around the world on how to responsibly manage tourism.
People don’t want to live in Disneyland.
What’s become increasingly lazy, is our political discourse.
We rely on UA grads to power our workforce.
We can do better.
If the passenger numbers increase, the number of disgruntled residents will grow even faster.
I truly hope all of us who love Juneau can rise above the rancor.
Even though tourism brings cash flow into Juneau, tourism keeps locals out of downtown.
Given the encouraging first 100 days of the Biden administration, the plan is disappointing.
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Juneau is a special place. We all work to protect it.
Juneau voters should care enough not to sign on to this ill-conceived effort.
The economic benefits are so obvious.
We risk creating a situation where it will be hard to meet in the middle.
CON laws are little more than expensive and time-consuming barriers to care.