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Architects take a look at Telephone Hill

...Capitol on Tuesday with cameras and notebooks in hand might be the one to design its replacement. Since Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission announced a design competition for a new capitol in early November, the project has attracted architects...
Capital relocation: It's back

...million capitol, which it would lease to the state for about $6.5 million a year. Keith Gerken, of Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission, said Alaskans should step back and consider the proposed new building and relocating the state government...
A cold reception

When Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission revealed four architecture teams' visions for an Alaska state capitol, the capitol competition's Web site became clogged with...
New Juneau capitol is a realistic goal

On Feb. 18, a day after Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission unveiled the four designs it is considering for a new capitol to sit atop downtown's Telephone Hill, attendees at a Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau luncheon couldn't believe the concepts they'd seen on the front page of that day's Juneau Empire.
Architects willing to adjust capitol plans

The four architectural teams selected to design Alaska's new capitol said they are willing to take citizen's suggestions and modify their projects.
Designer of glass dome wins contest that is willing to work with Alaskans to find out what the icon of Alaska should be. Botelho and Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission will present a financial plan and the design team to the governor this month. Botelho expects the Legislature...
Four visions for Alaska's next capitol

...selected the four teams from a field of 43 applicants, which entered a capitol design contest launched by Juneau's Capitol Planning Commission last year. Mayor Bruce Botelho spearheaded the project in an effort to secure the capitol in Juneau...
Bill requires voter OK for capitol

When Reps. Bill Stoltze and Carl Gatto heard of Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho's efforts to build a $100 million capitol in Juneau, they proposed having voters' approval of all the costs associated with construction.


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