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Land for affordable housing appraised by the city at $700K in value, authority to only pay $100K.
The finalized purchase to be negotiated in the coming months, hospital officials say.
The Assembly member announced her departure from her role in late June.
Assembly OKs $27 million bond question for voters this fall.
Operators will now be required to register with the city by October.
Officials say it will help narrow the gap in local hospice and home care
The issues were resolved later that evening, police say.
A total of 627,220 passengers have visited Juneau so far this season.
Officials seek public assistance in reported sightings.
Aidan Key’s “Trans Children In Today’s Schools” offers guidance in face of anti-LGBTQ+ policies.
City officials say funding will bring the project to full design.
She plans to depart in July, citing family medical issues.
Officials hope to see the first mile loop of the park complete within the year.
Residents in opposition argue the “project should stand on its own merits.”
Assembly and school board members offer advice as filing period for local races nears.
“This problem cannot be solved by the free market alone.”
The tribe’s president said the acquisition supports mission of economic sovereignty.
The procedure service will be provided on a bimonthly basis.
Ninth U.S. Court of Appeals reverses lower court ruling, allows season to begin July 1.