Goldbelt Inc. is making progress in efforts to pull out of financial losses, although a weak tourism market is adding to difficulties, President and CEO Gary Droubay said.
Three incumbents were re-elected to Goldbelt's Board of Directors at the company's annual meeting in Juneau on Saturday.
The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium plans to triple its space in Juneau with an $8 million clinic to be built near Bartlett Regional Hospital and the new St. Ann's Care Center.
Shareholders returned Juneau residents Del Cesar, Edith McHenry and Carl C. Nelson to three-year seats on the nine-member board. Nearly 83 percent of Goldbelt's nearly 3,100 voting shareholders participated in the election, according to the company. Goldbelt is Juneau's urban Native corporation.
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