JUNEAU - Labor unions in Juneau are criticizing the city's move to bid a contract for a dock project without a project labor agreement, and they are asking officials to reconsider the decision.The $54 million project calls for construction of two floating cruise ship berths, according to KTOO (http://is.gd/qdqmel).
Louie Pusich swears that he will use "every ounce" of electricity this winter since Juneau will start charging all boaters a flat electrical rate July 1.
Juneau's Docks and Harbors Department has been on the wrong end of lots of recent criticism. The Docks and Harbors Board, nine fellow citizens appointed by the Assembly...
The opinion written in the Juneau Empire's My Turn "Harbor board getting unfair criticism," of Oct. 4, states...
Docks and Harbors will have a new harbormaster Oct. 1.New port director Carl Uchytil has hired Dwight Tajon to fill Phil Benner's job. Benner resigned for family reasons and will be moving to Florida. Benner has been harbormaster since 2009, and was interim port director after John Stone left and before Uchytil could begin his duties.
The City and Borough of Juneau's Docks and Harbors department has renewed Coeur Alaska's permit to use a city launch ramp through the winter.
JUNEAU - Labor unions in Juneau are criticizing the city's move to bid a contract for a dock project without a project labor agreement, and they are asking officials to reconsider the decision.
The City and Borough of Juneau's Docks and Harbors Department is requesting $2.1 million in Fiscal Year 2012 for part of the Statter Harbor project. The Dock and Harbors board discussed...
Due to an Alaska Electric Light & Power Co. rate hike of about 20 percent, Juneau's Docks and Harbors Department has approved increasing its shore power fees by the same percentage.
The atmosphere of one of Juneau's most popular urban fishing locations will change this season after the Alaska Board of Fisheries banned snagging there.
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