Next Issue: April 27
Skagway News Headlines
A large rock struck the safety fence above Railroad Dock Wednesday morning, but officials believe no one was injured as a result of the rockslide.
This week in Borough Briefs, we look back at the the Traditional Council’s sustainability summit, the official naming of Matthews Creek and the Borough Assembly discusses off-leash dog signs for Yakutania Point and the Lower Dewey Lake trailhead.
Changes to a set of proposed parking reform measures continue to happen as the subject bounces between its respective committee meetings and the Borough Assembly’s table.
City Hall played host to a number of hotel owners on April 19 as the Borough Assembly deliberated on an ordinance regulating vacation rentals in the municipality.
This week’s Borough Briefs covers new water/sewer rates, a laundry list of Recreation Vehicle topics and the Mayor’s proclamation for Lemonade Day.
After a long process of creating, reviewing and approving a memorandum of understanding (MOU) governing a potential new tidelands lease agreement and amendments to the current lease between Skagway and the White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad, the railroad’s attorney had taken a first crack at producing a lease based off the MOU.
This week in Borough Briefs, the mayor makes a proclamation supporting suicide prevention services, Rep. Sam Kito III announces that he will not run for the 33rd District in the House of Representatives and an art contest is announced for the school.