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Ending Juneau Access could mean penalty

The Juneau Access Improvements Project has lasted a quarter-century and has cost millions of dollars. As the state's fiscal climate shifts against the project, ending it could cost millions more. According to a document dated Jan. 5 and released Friday by the state, ending the Juneau Access Project or the Knik Arm Crossing could require the state to refund the federal government tens of millions of dollars.

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Airport says no to FAA runway plan

Juneau International Airport officials have reiterated their opposition to a technology suggested by the Federal Aviation Administration to improve Juneau's runway-end safety areas.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060105/loc_20050601016.shtml
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Alaska Digest

In anticipation of soldiers from the Juneau-based Army National Guard unit coming home from service in Iraq early next year, about 70 spouses attended special training last weekend in Anchorage to help make the return easier.

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A new way around downtown

The state's preferred solution for easing congestion near the Douglas Bridge would divert some traffic from Egan Drive to Glacier Avenue and convert portions of those streets into one-way zones.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021801/Loc_downtown.html
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Miller disagrees with airport officials over law's interpretation

Juneau International Airport officials say state law allows the airport to acquire land within the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge for expansion, such as the runway safety project now proposed.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/060205/loc_20050602002.shtml
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Finding danger spots in flight

Several years ago a commercial jet flying above Juneau hit turbulence so severe it knocked the aircraft on its side. "It was bumped up so the wings were vertical instead of horizontal," said Al Yates, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, or NCAR. "That's pretty darn severe."

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080601/Loc_safeflying.shtml
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Juneau Empire Story Archive

The state's preferred solution for easing congestion near the Douglas Bridge would divert some traffic from Egan Drive to Glacier Avenue and convert portions of those streets into one-way zones.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/021801/Loc_downtown.shtml
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