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Tribal juvenile justice outdated
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The commission's nine members, Republican and Democrats, were appointed by President Obama and the majority and minority leaders of both houses of Congress. They worked as volunteers, had no offices and spent most of Although Alaska has 229 of the

Senior Housing Finance Activity: HealthLease, Newcastle, Skilled Healthcare ...
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Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) has announced its 2014 Greater Opportunities for Affordable Living (GOAL) grants and tax credits, totaling $33.2 million and benefiting five communities across the state. The projects will develop or upgrade a

Can bridge across Knik Arm compete with other Alaska transportation needs?
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including guaranteeing a developer's profits. House Finance Committee member Rep. Mia Costello, R-Anchorage, tried to salvage the project's credibility by introducing a bill transferring the project to the well-regarded Alaska Housing Finance

Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person
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Fueled by soaring stock market, Alaska's net worth climbs to $103000 per person In addition, the state has roughly another $10 billion in net assets here and there, in its general fund and in things like the Alaska Housing Finance Corp. with $1.5 billion in equity and in the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority with

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DMV office to close temporarily in Petersburg

The business that helps issue drivers licenses and registrations in Petersburg is closing its doors at the end of the month. Another business is expected to take over that service although no word yet on when.

Petersburg Vehicle Title and Registration is operated by Doc and Beverly Lopez in the Petersburg Indian Association’s Peratrovich-Hallingstad building. They had a three-year contract with the state to provide drivers licenses and give road tests. That started in 2015 when their company took over the service from the borough’s police department. They also issue registrations and titles for vehicle, boats, trailers, four wheelers and snow machines.

“They’ve decided they don’t want to do this anymore and we have appreciated all of the work that they’ve done for the state in providing the DMV services,” said Marla Thompson, director of the state’s Division of Motor Vehicles. “We do have, we are working with another company to provide these services for Petersburg and are just in the midst of getting that contract signed.

Assembly to vote on warming center funds, examine affordable downtown housing

The goal is to provide a warm place for up to 25 individuals to sleep, and to have it up and running by Nov. 15 and run for 100 nights. The estimated cost for the project is $75,000, most of which would go to staffing. According to estimates from CBJ Finance Director Bob Bartholomew, the city could pull the funds from tobacco tax revenue , saying that there’s as much as $200,000 available.

At the Oct. 23 Committee of the Whole meeting, City Manager Rorie Watt said the Public Safety Building on Whittier Street was the top choice for the warming center . This past Friday, CBJ Housing Coordinator Scott Ciambor said that’s still the case.

The Alaska Mental Health Trust owns that building, which is empty except for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension. There is empty office space there that could be utilized for staff to use offices and cots to be installed.

The meeting, taking place at 7 p.m. in the Assembly chambers at City Hall, will begin with a moment of silence for U.S. Army Chief Warrant Officer 2 Jacob M. Sims. Sims, a Juneau man, died of wounds sustained in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan in late October.