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It’s time to examine “thorny questions of ethics and values.”
Occasionally tense meeting yields some ideas
Updates from a public meeting
This ship even has its own brand of gin.
The hope is for commerce and culture to coexist.
New way to monitor summertime air pollution.
Some thought 600,000 was too much.
Construction not expected until 2022 at the earliest.
Tourism predicted to grow again in 2019.
Event also features “pitch contest” for entrepreneurs.
There are still questions about specifics in the ruling.
Closed-door meetings decide how much cruises will pay for summer violations.
Nothing fills your lungs, your eyes and your soul like Alaska.
Help is on the way for Juneau’s packed aircraft parking.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
It’s the highest number of violations handed out in all but four years.
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A second megaship will bring cruise ship passangers to Alaska starting next spring. The 3,883-passenger, 1,094-foot Norwegian Joy will reposition from China to Seattle for… Continue reading