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Lt. Krag Campbell one of two finalists for chief of police.
Joshua Kingsbury of New Mexico cites personal reasons for the decision.
More than 1,100 ballots counted so far during this municipal election.
The long-serving Juneau Assembly member nears the end of her final term.
Members talk importance of getting involved during meetings, commitment to long hours.
As of Monday, 117 units have been registered out of the nearly 600 estimated in the capital city.
Nearly 1.5 million cruise ship passengers have arrived in Juneau so far this season.
Save Juneau supports Assembly candidates “who are most likely to give taxpayers relief,” chair says.
Selection includes two out-of-state candidates, one from within the department.
Here’s what you need to know ahead of the City and Borough of Juneau’s Oct. 3 local election.
Campaign cash: Assembly candidates Martinson McDonnell, Kelly and Adkison dominate municipal election fundraising
Donors include current and past mayors, Assembly members and legislators.
He was honored Monday during an Assembly meeting ahead of his departure at the end of September.
The move follows multiple rounds of public testimony advocating against the maps’ adoption.
Combination of downtown transit center and bus considered as church again rejects hosting shelter.
Members unanimously vote to ask state to provide funding for traffic light, other upgrades.
A special meeting with a resolution seeking action planned Wednesday.
“Downtown is not the only place we have problems.”
Saturday marks the first event since its closure in December for renovations.
City opens survey seeking input about possible improvements to Jackie Renninger Park.
Rorie Watt advocates for the project set to be proposed to voters on the ballot this fall