...contract with the building owner is deemed more important than the health of the workers, then maybe a class action lawsuit will get the state of Alaska's attention. I refuse to be considered expendable. Virginia Waterhouse Juneau
...Is he really doing this to represent our city? Nelson is probably a great guy but this decision is too important to Juneau's future to waste on someone who is an unknown and has few ties to our community. Virginia Waterhouse Juneau
...works. State employees are not asking for anything that was not agreed to by the state in our contract, except presenting the facts before we are chastised for our greediness - and possibly just the smallest bit of respect. Virginia Waterhouse
...that the governor has taken when dealing with the employees of the state of Alaska. I hope that his statements will be remembered and held up to him for accountability when our next negotiations come around. Virginia Waterhouse Juneau
...a haunted house or Halloween party without a bunch of "fright engineers" and we had the best: Mike Phelps , Virginia Waterhouse, Shelly Hohenthaner, AnnaMarg Rear, Jason Waterhouse, Andrew Hohenthaner, Dirk Marshall, Nicholas Waterhouse...
...officials and our legislative delegation to no longer keep quiet. We need to let the Murkowski administration know that government run on extortion and threats is not acceptable. After all, you could be next. Virginia Waterhouse Juneau
...a community where little miracles like this happen on a regular basis. I hope to pay it forward, but in the meantime I want to wish everyone, most especially our anonymous stranger, a very happy new year. Virginia Waterhouse Juneau
...A Night at the Oscars" originally started as just a fun party that her mom, Kelly Windom, and her aunts, Virginia Waterhouse and Shelly Hohenthaner, put on for friends and family. "My mom and her sisters loved movies," Windom said...
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