Month: June 2013

Wed Jun 26, 2013

Assembly kills street closure experiment; recommends more planning for next year. Redistricting board proposes seven new legislative maps. Petersburg and Juneau contest new borough boundaries.

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Tue Jun 25, 2013

Man medevacked following ammonia leak at SSS dock. Sawmill Cove board backs feasibility study for marine services center. Juneau celebrates Gold Rush Days.

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Man medevacked after Sitka ammonia leak

A man was medevacked from Sitka to Seattle on Monday after sustaining injuries in an ammonia leak aboard a processing vessel. The boat was tied to the dock at Sitka Sound Seafoods at the time, causing the evacuation of more than 150 employees at the seafood processor, and a voluntary evacuation from the rest Sitka’s waterfront.

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Sawmill Cove board backs marine services study

The Sawmill Cove board of directors wants to spend some unused transportation funding on a feasibility study for a marine services center. Garry White, Sawmill Cove executive director, says the city has about $460,000 in federal transportation money available to spend at the park, but a shortage of qualified projects — like sidewalks — to spend it on. White says a marine services center feasibility study is eligible for funding.

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Ammonia leak contained near Sitka processor

A man was medevacked from Sitka after an ammonia leak aboard the Eigil B, an 86-foot vessel tied up in Sitka. The leak also resulted in an evacuation at Sitka Sound Seafoods and some surrounding buildings. The Eigil B was towed to deeper water to allow the hazardous gas to dissipate.

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Mon Jun 24, 2013

ATV accident claims the life of Sitka 17-year-old. DOT releases options for Gravina access in Ketchikan. Reubens Quartet brings modern composers to the fore. Skagway Customs and Border Protection reconsiders new rules for boats.

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Netherlands quartet perform music of the sea

The Rubens Quartet is the latest group of visiting musicians for the Sitka Summer Music Festival. Along with well-known names like Bach and Mozart, the Rubens Quartet is known for playing pieces by modern composers. This weekend, they’re performing Visions at Sea, a piece by Netherlands composer Joey Roukens. Erik Neumann talked with the quartet about how this music is a little different. https://www.kcaw.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/21RUBENS.mp3 Listen to iFriendly audio. The Rubens Quartet perform Friday, June 21st and Saturday, June 22nd at Harrigan Centennial Hall at 7:30...

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