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City directs $6.6M toward recreation projects approved by voters
Assembly member expressed concerns about one of the project’s link to PFAS
City OKs $5M toward proposed Capital Civic Center
The money is intended to show the city’s commitment to the project as it seeks federal funding
City offers up to $30K hiring bonus for new police officers
Police union representative says it’s not enough to fix the department’s recruitment challenges
CBJ cash office and sales tax office returns to regular service hours
This comes after months of reduced operating hours due to a staffing shortage
Report: Juneau’s greenhouse gas emissions down from 2010 to 2021
While dubbed good news, it concludes a trend cannot be definitively established.
City prepares for dog doo doom of the spring thaw
CBJ spends $10,000 on dog poop bags each year but the problem still persists, officials say
City considers short-term rental registration requirement
New survey shows difficulty in assessing accurate data on short-term rental stock.
City OKs another step toward proposed Pioneer Road e-bike tours
The company seeks to provide tours three times per day, six days a week during the summer months
Property assessment hike has some owners alarmed
City reports average increase to be around 16%, however some residents report an over 40% increase.
K-9 keeps nose to grindstone as he nears retirement
Buddy continues to play a critical role in drug control in Juneau
Opinions cross at city-hosted second crossing meeting
Residents express support and concern about the potential project.
School district scammed out of nearly $270,000 by someone posing as a vendor
City officials say CBJ may assist in covering the financial burden
City releases final draft of Montana Creek master plan
Residents have until the end of March to submit comments
Longer road ahead for proposed e-bike tours on Pioneer Road
A company seeks to provide tours three times per day, six days a week
City to consolidate multiple advisory boards
The decision comes after difficulties to fill board vacancies and maintain consist meetings
City finance director to leave post
Jeff Rogers said he expects to depart sometime this summer
Docks and harbors board considers fee increases, requiring insurance
The increase is set to be the largest in 40 years, said port director
A splashy renovation: Augustus Brown Pool set for an update
Renovations include locker/changing rooms, resurfacing leisure pool and electrical systems upgrades.
Tagish out of water: Sunken tugboat destroyed after more than a weeklong recovery effort
Recovery and pollution cleanup expected to be complete in coming days, Coast Guard official says
SHI purchases downtown building for Indigenous teaching program expansion
The building is adjacent to its downtown Walter Soboleff Building.