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Three school projects may go before voters

...of three proposed school renovation project bonds on the Oct. 7 municipal ballot. But the Juneau Assembly's Public Works and Facilities Committee recommended Wednesday that one of the projects be funded in another way. The Juneau School District...

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State's Douglas Bridge plan is back before the Assembly

A state plan to change the configuration of lanes on the Douglas Bridge to lessen traffic will be back before the Juneau Assembly on Wednesday. The panel will hold a work session to revisit the plan, which was voted down at a previous Assembly committee meeting and by the Juneau Planning Commission. State Department of Transportation officials have proposed changing the two-lane bridge to a three-lane route with a reversible center lane. Separate bike lanes would be eliminated, which has brought opposition from bicyclists.

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Valley school plan OK'd

...other areas. It has a few more hurdles to clear before it will be final, including a review by the Assembly's Public Works and Facilities Committee, full Assembly approval, and a public vote to OK the new project's cost. In a last-minute...

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State Briefs

Man accused of soliciting sex from Juneau teenager; Decoy fix on the way; Anchorage man indicted on rape charges;

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Meeting on new high school airs board-CBJ rift

...Juneau School Board on Wednesday presented its plan for a Mendenhall Valley high school to the Juneau Assembly's Public Works and Facilities Committee. Despite talk from both groups about how the rift between the School Board and Assembly has been...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

Point Lena residents say they might withdraw support for a proposed fisheries research center in their neighborhood if concerns about increased traffic are not addressed.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041801/Loc_FishCenter.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

The Assembly's Public Works and Facilities committee approved a $2-a-month increase in residential sewer rates this year and another $2-a-month bump in summer 2002. If the changes are approved by the full Assembly, sewer rates would be $37.50 a month starting this July.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051701/Loc_Briefly.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Addressing the frustration expressed by school district and city officials that the voter-approved $13 million isn't enough money to do what needs to be done, Juneau Assembly member Ken Koelsch is calling on all concerned for to-do lists and possible funding schemes.

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

By the time a proposed new high school is built, Juneau will need more space for middle school students, say school district officials. And by 2010, if not sooner, the city will need to build a new elementary school.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072299/Loc_schools.shtml
State's Douglas Bridge plan is back before the Assembly

A state plan to change the configuration of lanes on the Douglas Bridge to lessen traffic will be back before the Juneau Assembly on Wednesday. The panel will hold a work session to revisit the plan, which was voted down at a previous Assembly committee meeting and by the Juneau Planning Commission.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/090303/loc_bridge.shtml
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