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Questionnaire shows little movement in public opinion despite visitor surge
“We are in survival mode”
“It was not intolerable”
Fewer ships than 2019, but more than 2020
City leaders await federal announcement of grant award
NCL money offers pier-to-peer support
A limited season winds down.
Passengers are coming back by boat, plane and bus, but not yet at pre-pandemic numbers.
Juneau’s first large cruise ship since start of the pandemic arrived today.
Community survey coming, new tourism job being considered
Protocols in place.
Hope for a rebound.
“Someday is here. Welcome back.”
Ships expected late July.
City asks NCL to give proposed $2M donation to Juneau Community Foundation.
CDC lawyers say injunction win would “end cruising in Alaska for the season.”
Supporters failed to reach the signature threshold but vow to fight on
Juneau Cruise Control holds numbers of signatures close to the vest ahead of next Friday’s deadline.