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School district may seek bonds for maintenance

Voters in the fall city election may be asked to approve up to $28.52 million in bonds to cover deferred major maintenance at Juneau schools. Bonds...

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Weddings

...Issaquah, Wash., and John Mayenburg of Amsterdam, Holland, were married in a ceremony Oct. 7 at the Fall City United Methodist Church in Fall City, Wash. A reception followed at the Salish Lodge and Spa at Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. The bride is...

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State and local briefs

...hillside right now and have a slide happen,'' he said today. The slide occurred when heavy rains hit Juneau last fall. City workers covered the area with plastic, then fenced it off. But sledders have been moving the fences to slide down the...

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Fire ruins interior of Moose building

...the Glacier Fire District. It's the second disaster the 800-member fraternal and charitable group has faced since fall. City sewers backing up during the mid-October floods caused about $50,000 damage and nearly bankrupted the group, said...

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Juneau Empire Story Archive

...hillside right now and have a slide happen,'' he said today. The slide occurred when heavy rains hit Juneau last fall. City workers covered the area with plastic, then fenced it off. But sledders have been moving the fences to slide down the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011499/Loc_briefs.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...the Glacier Fire District. It's the second disaster the 800-member fraternal and charitable group has faced since fall. City sewers backing up during the mid-October floods caused about $50,000 damage and nearly bankrupted the group, said...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022399/Loc_moosefire.shtml
City ramps up search for new snow storage site

...years, but a U.S. Forest Service plan to pave a lot in the Mendenhall Valley threw city officials into a panic this fall, City Manager Rod Swope said. The lot is used in the summer to park busses that transport tourists to the Forest Service-run...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/122909/loc_540669414.shtml
Juneau's fiscal future worries city's leaders

...tobacco as a possible revenue-generating measure. At the meeting, Powell proposed putting the tax up for a vote in the fall. City Manager Rod Swope said he was already keeping a list of possible reductions, fee increases, and tax-exemption changes...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/052503/loc_citybudget.shtml
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New hotel under way

...Development Web site. Construction began in February after developers extended a conditional use permit approved last fall, city planner Monique Wheeler said. The building is the first of a planned two-phase development, which includes another...

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State and local briefly

...construct a restroom there for about $120,000. Both facilities would tie into city sewers and be completed by mid-fall, city officials said. Traci Walker, a citizen who spoke against the permit, said the city would be competing with private...

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