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Bartlett Regional Hospital officials outline measures to fix projected shortfall.
It would accommodate the Tazlina and or Hubbard, shorten trips to Haines and Skagway
Assembly commits to five-ship limit, dock electrification and Seawalk construction.
Assembly votes down ordinance after more than a dozen public comments against it.
Advocacy group to seek state and federal funds for the project.
City officials say repairs are currently being assessed after damaging rockfall
Morning meeting looks at local impact of state, national political climates.
The planning commission approved a conditional use permit for the project at 35 Mile
A child care conundrum: Closures make local shortage worse, and providers say solutions may take a while.
“The crisis that we are having and experiencing right now, we are not alone in it.”
“It’s one more tool in the toolbox.”
Rennovations expected to complete in early August
Bus down: City preps for incoming electric bus fleet as its current electric bus remains out of commission
Capital Transit expects the new fleet to arrive during the summer of 2024
It is expected to open in the spring of 2027
Move made to allow for additional public input.
According to the owner, the effort is expected to cost around $300,000.
It includes bigger sign-on bonus, retirement fund match and child care contribution.
JDHS Cheer will also offer a pick up option
City official says project is still long way from fruition
SAFE Child Advocacy Center hosts family day at the pool.
Order signed transferring Telephone Hill to the capital city.