Next Issue: Sept. 28
Skagway News Headlines
Election results, an upcoming event commemorating the sinking of the Princess Sophia and more in this issue’s Borough Briefs.
The Skagway School Board has discussed and approved a change to the junior high basketball season.
As the long-awaited roll-out of the first Alaska Class Ferry (ACF) approaches next spring, the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) is looking to add crew quarters to the Tazlina and Hubbard to expand the possibilities for service in the Lynn Canal.
The Municipality of Skagway, assisted by a traffic specialist from the National Park Service, is once more examining traffic and pedestrian flow during the summer season.
Skagway’s volleyball team is set to hit its first competition of the season, and will go to the Haines Jamboree with a team over double the size of the previous year.
This week in Borough Briefs the assembly selects three candidates to move forward in the borough manager hiring process, discussion is held regarding Ore Terminal Basin remediation and the municipality looks to lease a parking lot from White Pass.
The ships are gone. The seasonal workers are gone.