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A project intended to renovate a historic Juneau building into apartments for state legislators and staff is running on time and on budget, officials told… Continue reading
City to begin accepting applications later this week, manager says
When Raven Tulugak Lopez got an eviction notice on his door, it came with another piece of paper that listed resources to help avoid eviction.… Continue reading
Nearly 20 residents gave testimony on the topic, many advocating for more industry input.
Initial group of residents and staff bond quickly, say facility helps address a critical shortage
Planning Commission unanimously approves initial phase of complex, despite traffic volume concerns
Four applicants awarded funding set to be dispersed around February, according to city officials.
Landslide that destroyed homes above former homeless shelter adds to questions about project’s safety
Backers of proposed subdivision say it addresses shortage, neighbors worry about impacts.
City manager says it’s a “first step” toward addressing lack of housing.
What’s being done and what resources are available?
The owner of Deckhand Dave’s offered to buy the entire property.
At a local job site in Lemon Creek, university and high school students are laying a foundation for their careers by learning carpentry skills. Their… Continue reading
Lots in the subdivision likely won’t go up for sale until next spring.
A busy week of candidate forums culminated in the annual League of Women Voters candidate forum on Thursday.
Applause is rare at CBJ Assembly meetings, but many in attendance broke into a standing ovation during Monday’s meeting.
Alaska is the seventh most expensive state to live in.