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“The Juneau Police Department and our partners have not received any specific threats,” the agency said.
About $5 million in aid is flowing to households and individuals in Juneau.
The proposal is a 12-year tax break on new construction with four or more units in a downtown area of Juneau.
Testing sites and other COVID-19 operations will continue, officials say, but infections are trending down.
Be careful and plan for the possibility of an extended road closure.
Public input is helping craft a vision for the park’s voter-approved facelift.
Alaska’s perennial problems are likely to dominate the session that starts next week, lawmakers say.
The Assembly faces obstacles in setting local health protocols for visitors.