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Hotels, motels, nobody’s in.
CDC lawyers say injunction win would “end cruising in Alaska for the season.”
Strong demand results in more ships moving to Juneau
CDC requires agreed-upon health and safety standards for cruises
It now heads to the House.
Not so fast, says Protect Juneau’s Future committee
The governor wants $150 million to aid the tourism industry.
Alaska is open.
Cites severe economic impact.
Juneau’s lawmakers say tourism needed for Southeast.
Ongoing data gathering will show much the big ships affects air quality in Juneau.
The Assembly faces obstacles in setting local health protocols for visitors.
Pollution, human rights and community determinism are all on their agenda.
Projections show more tourists coming next year.
To make and keep cohesive neighborhoods, it takes planning and zoning.
Nearly 3,000 people a day can go out whale watching during peak season.
Locals can be free of the crush of cruise ship tourism.
Should the city cap number of cruise ship visitors to Juneau?
Our waters have never been busier.
We should also explore ways to gather more revenue from this industry.