Category: Borough

2030 comprehensive plan will include recreation

By Lilly Milman The 2030 comprehensive plan for Skagway will include a chapter on recreation — unlike the 2020 plan adopted a decade ago — due to the amount of time and resources that the municipality already devotes to upkeep...

State Street may change to 2-hour parking

By Leigh Armstrong The borough assembly has approved a change to limit parking on State Street to two hours instead of the current 24-hour limit. The assembly approved the parking amendment in a 5-1 vote on Sept. 5, with...

Letters from the mayoral and school board candidates 2019

Andrew Cremata, mayoral candidate My name is Andrew Cremata and I am running for mayor of Skagway. While serving as your mayor over the past six months, I’ve become intimately familiar with many of Skagway’s challenges and many...

Assembly wants to hear proposals for port use

By Leigh Armstong The borough assembly voted unanimously Sept. 5 to put out a request for proposals on development and use of the ore dock and uplands area when the municipal lease with White Pass & Yukon Route ends in...

Ryan starts as new borough manager

By Leigh Armstrong Brad Ryan, Skagway’s new borough manager, is adjusting to the job while taking account of all the issues facing the community in the coming months and years.  Ryan began his position Sept. 1, ending the...

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