RUSSELL STIGALL

Mixed-use construction bill nears final vote

Only the governor's signature lies ahead for a bill that would allow the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation to finance mixed commercial and residential developments statewide. Rep. Read more

Airport parking rates increase $2

Juneau International Airport commercial users and passenger could see fees increase for a wide array of leasing and services. Parking rates have already jumped $2. Read more

Gadgets for Juneau's high speed broadband

To any former users of AT&T's WiMax wireless internet service the company's new wireless broadband services are a major upgrade. This article was precipitated by AT&T's cancellation of its WiMax service in January. Read more

Airport parking rates increase $2

Juneau International Airport commercial users and passenger could see fees increase for a wide array of leasing and services. Parking rates have already jumped $2. Read more

Public Works gold-stars second crossing, west Douglas road

Development of Douglas Island's north and west ends tops an Assembly committee's list of preferred Community Improvement Projects. Read more

School lunch price to rise to $3.50 a tray

Juneau students could have to pack an extra quarter for lunch money next year as the price for trays jumps to $3.50. Read more

Developers vent woes to Assembly

"Listen to the developers," Richard Harris, president of Southeast Alaska Building Industry Association, wrote in a letter to the assembly. "Without the developer, nothing is constructed. Read more

Task force talks Home Run, affordable housing fund

The Affordable Housing Task Force was tasked by the city to find ways to promote the development of affordable housing in Juneau. Sounds easy enough. Yet Juneau's housing market is tighter than the fence at an alligator farm and has been for some time. Read more

City to protest Zephyr liquor license

Downtown Juneau's Zephyr restaurant is in danger of losing the booze in its expansive, well-stocked bar. Read more

AK Broadcasters to FCC: more talk

A group of Alaska broadcasters have stepped up their demands in the wake of a letter to the FCC from Juneau's Sen. Dennis Egan. They ask for a hearing before the Federal Communications Commission. Read more

Insurance costs RISE with flood map changes

Changes to existing Juneau-area flood zones will mean 160 of Juneau's waterfront property owners may have a more difficult time financing a home because they have to buy flood insurance. Read more

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