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Federal money provides relief from lost cruise ship sales tax revenue.
Municipal attorney will guide the group
First meeting on April 1, policy review begins in July.
Ongoing data gathering will show much the big ships affects air quality in Juneau.
Experts gather to talk COVID vaccines, answer local questions.
Juneau to pay $64,000 and undertake corrective actions
De-escalation formed the core of a recent major training block
The database will allow police to better help Juneau residents in distress.
What’s too loud on July 4?
Both sides of debate make their case.
Audio installations share Juneau’s forgotten history.
The money will offset reduced grant money.
Assembly votes to relax travel restrictions earlier in May.
The change supports a long-standing goal to increase housing.
There’s no three-second delay in Zoom
Pandemic-related air travel losses could lead to higher fees, fewer services in future.
With nearly $5 million already distributed, more need remains.
Fuse is lit, but final decision is still a ways off.
“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.