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City officials weigh fines, regulations for marijuana

...Feb. 24 for adults over 21 - except in public, where it is punishable by a fine of up to $100.Committee member Jesse Kiehl asked why Juneau might need to make its own separate regulations."Why wouldn't we just cite ... what the state...
Juneau faces $20 million bill for sewage solution the Committee of the Whole on the preliminary studies. The motion passed, with one objection by committee member Jesse Kiehl.? Contact reporter Stephanie Shor at 523-2279 or at
City grants may increase housing options

...use of the state grant money was set for June 2016, but a one-year extension has been obtained.Committee member Jesse Kiehl expressed concern that the leftover grant money would be doled out without the possibility of a return, such as in...
Juneau Assembly considers diverting tobacco tax revenue to social services used on an "as needed" basis, or dedicate it to specific tasks or projects in the community.Committee member Jesse Kiehl and Mayor Merrill Sanford agreed that the Housing First Project, set to open an affordable housing complex on donated...
Jesse Kiehl claims District 1 Assembly seat

Jesse Kiehl defeated Brad Fluetsch by more than a 2-to-1 margin Tuesday to claim an empty seat on the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly...
Assembly protests two liquor licenses

...quarter. "If they don't clear up the reason for the protest, the ABC Board pulls their license," Assemblyman Jesse Kiehl clarified. "It's a really big hammer."Two other businesses were listed on the agenda as up for protest, but...
Assembly blocks marijuana paperwork

...businesses up and running, the longer the city must deal with a black or "gray" market for marijuana. Assembly member Jesse Kiehl proposed amending the moratorium to adjust its end date. He suggested an end date of Oct. 19 - six months after the...

...Douglas High Schools were combined in 1955, at which time the new JDHS building was constructed. Committee member Jesse Kiehl was also attributed to stating that he supported repairs to Marie Drake because they were "older and less pricey...
City slashes funding requests put off for "another year or two." "Twenty-two million bites are not in the cards this year," Assemblyman Jesse Kiehl said.The Salmon Creek Water Treatment Facility has been designed and already has partial funding for construction...
Waiting game for weed?

...end around January 2016."They can't legally operate yet anyway," she said.Assemblyman and committee member Jesse Kiehl asked if this window would be enough time for the city to process applications before the May deadline so shops can...


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