...mentioned have differences from Alaska, but I'm suggesting that we concentrate more on our intellectual, informational and geographic strengths than on our natural resources for future revenues and security.Sara H. Willson,Juneau
...don't pencil out for new school By Sara H. Willson The Alaska Department of Labor...our school-age population? Sara H. Willson Share this page: Print Reddit Archives Letter by Sara H. Willson Numbers don't pencil out for...
This month, we are reminded to recognize the efforts of our pastors. I suggest we also recognize the support and efforts of their domestic partners, their husbands and their wives. Too often, their efforts are overlooked. Sara H. Willson Auke Bay
...approve the renovations at Juneau-Douglas High School. They did not postpone, table or agree to reconsider. They decided and are now able to spend their time on other issues affecting Juneau. Way to go, Assembly! Sara H. Willson Juneau
...decision on permitting a new dock at the rock dump also be deferred until a decision is reached on a plan for tourism in Juneau. This approach would reflect a cohesive, integrated tourism management planning process. Sara H. Willson Auke Bay
...see that another survey report will be presented next week. When will the Assembly take some action in managing this important source of revenue to the community? All talk and no action is my opinion, right now. Sara H. Willson Juneau
...to evaluate and select the best person to represent her/his ideas. Ranking is not an appropriate approach to this decision. I recommend a "No" vote on the preferential voting issue in the upcoming election. Sara H. Willson Auke Bay
...population show a projected increase to 6,111 (still less than the current population in that age group). Why would we even consider building a new school when the projections show a decrease in our school-age population? Sara H. Willson
...How do we reconcile the wishes of each for more? An emphasis on accomplishing positive programs using the "Yes, more..." approach could be more effective than a continuation of negative emphases on issues. Sara H. Willson Auke Bay
...not attend. We need each other - Juneau needs tourism and the tour industry needs Juneau. Let's try to communicate our differing perspectives and develop a plan for this important part of Juneau's economy. Sara H. Willson Auke Bay
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