Assembly of the City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska

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The Assembly of the City and Borough of Juneau, Alaska is the governing body and legislative branch of the City and Borough of Juneau, the local government of Juneau, Alaska, United States. As Juneau is a unified municipality, its corporate limits encompass the historic town of Juneau (or present-day downtown), suburbs both urban and rural, as well as thousands of square miles of wilderness.

The Assembly is headed by the mayor of Juneau. The assembly consists of nine members, which includes the mayor, elected in rotating tranches to three-year terms. Elections are held on the first Tuesday of every October.

Districts[edit]

The City and Borough of Juneau operates under a council–manager form of government. The mayor is the titular head of the city, is the presiding officer (or chair) of the Assembly, and is one of three members of that body elected areawide (or at-large). The remaining six members are elected by district: two districts have been defined by the Assembly, as of its last redistricting in 2003:[1]

The 2nd Assembly District is nearly identical to the state's 31st Election District, represented in the Alaska House of Representatives by Cathy Muñoz, except that the 31st District includes the Juneau Airport precinct. The 1st Assembly District is mostly identical to the 32nd Election District represented by Sam Kito III, except for the aforementioned inclusion of Juneau Airport, in addtition to the inclusion of communities outside of the CBJ: Gustavus, Kupreanof, Petersburg, Skagway and Tenakee Springs. Excepting these communities, the areawide "district" (or CBJ boundaries as a whole) are identical to Senate District P represented by Dennis Egan.[needs update]

Members[edit]

Election
year
Mayor Areawide members District 1 members District 2 members
1970 Joseph McLean Hunt Gruening
Robert Loescher
Greg Machyowski
George Rogers
Robert Savikko
Virginia Kline
Bill Matheny
Mike Miller
1971 Fred Baxter[a]
George Rogers
Robert Savikko[b]
Virginia Kline
Bill Matheny
Robert Thomas[c]
1972 C. E. Jacobsen
Robert Loescher
Phil Chitwood
George Rogers[d]
Bill Walley
James Duncan
Virginia Kline
Bill Matheny
1973 William A. Macomber[e] C. E. Jacobsen
W. D. Overstreet
Phil Chitwood
Jeffrey Morrison
Bill Walley
James Duncan
Virginia Kline
Donald Madsen
1974 Phil Chitwood
Jeffrey Morrison
Mike Thomas[f]
Harry Aase
Virginia Kline
Donald Madsen
1975 Virginia Kline David Freer
W. D. Overstreet
Harry Aase
Donald Madsen
Lenard Sevdy[g]
1976 W. D. Overstreet Roger Allington
David Freer
Dave Fremming
John Jensen
Jeffrey Morrison
Harry Aase
Burt Finley
James Wakefield
1977 John Jensen
Jeffrey Morrison
Ray Paddock, Jr.
1978 Roger Allington
Ernest Polley
Harry Aase
James Wakefield
Charles Wells
1979 Fred Baxter
Ernest Polley[h]
 ? Bergstrom
Alexander Hoke
John Jensen
1980
1981 Hugh Grant
Alexander Hoke
Rich Poor
Harry Aase
Jamie Parsons
James Wakefield
1982 Fred Baxter
Ray Paddock, Jr.
Hugh Grant
Bill Knight
Rich Poor
Harry Aase
Kay Diebels
Jamie Parsons
1983 Fran Ulmer Fred Baxter
Hugh Grant
Bruce Botelho
Peter Freer
Rich Poor
Kay Diebels
Ed Kalwara
Jamie Parsons
1984 Fred Baxter
Rosalee Walker
George Davidson
Kay Diebels
Jamie Parsons
1985 Ernest Polley Errol Champion
George Davidson
Jamie Parsons
1986 Caren Robinson
Rosalee Walker
Peter Freer
Rich Poor
Clarke Young
1987 McKie Campbell
Rich Poor
Clarke Young
1988 Bruce Botelho McKie Campbell
Rosie Peterson
Clarke Young
1989 McKie Campbell
Dennis Egan
Rosie Peterson
Errol Champion
George Davidson
John MacKinnon
1990 Dennis Egan
Kim Elton
Rosie Peterson
1991 Jamie Parsons Dennis Egan
Kim Elton
Rod Swope
1992 Al Clough
Rosalee Walker
1993 Al Clough
Tom Garrett
Errol Champion
Ralph Kibby
John MacKinnon
1994 Byron Mallott[i] Dennis Egan[j]
Rosemary Hagevig
Rod Swope
Ralph Kibby
John MacKinnon
Dwight Perkins
1995 Dennis Egan Tom Garrett
Jim Powell
Rosemary Hagevig
Cathy Muñoz
Rod Swope
1996
1997 Rosemary Hagevig
Ken Koelsch
Cathy Muñoz
1998
1999 Ken Koelsch
Cathy Muñoz
Frankie Pillifant
Don Etheridge
John MacKinnon
Dwight Perkins
2000 Sally Smith Jim Powell
Marc Wheeler
Dale Anderson
Don Etheridge
John MacKinnon
2001 Jeannie Johnson
Ken Koelsch
Frankie Pillifant
Dale Anderson
Don Etheridge
Randy Wanamaker
2002 Jeannie Johnson
Ken Koelsch
Merrill Sanford
Dale Anderson
Stan Ridgeway
Randy Wanamaker
2003 Bruce Botelho Jeannie Johnson
Merrill Sanford
David G. Stone
Daniel Peterson
Stan Ridgeway
Randy Wanamaker
2004 Johan Dybdahl
Marc Wheeler
Jeff Bush
Merrill Sanford
David G. Stone
2005 Bob Doll[m]
Johan Dybdahl
Jonathan Anderson
Daniel Peterson
Randy Wanamaker
2006 Jonathan Anderson
Sara Chambers
Randy Wanamaker
2007
2008
2009 Jonathan Anderson
Ruth Danner
Randy Wanamaker
2010 Mary Becker
Merrill Sanford
David G. Stone
Jonathan Anderson[k][l]
Karen Crane
Ruth Danner
2011 Johan Dybdahl
Carlton Smith
Mary Becker
Jesse Kiehl
David G. Stone
Karen Crane
Ruth Danner
Randy Wanamaker
2012 Merrill Sanford Mary Becker
Loren Jones
Jesse Kiehl
Karen Crane
Jerry Nankervis
Randy Wanamaker
2013 Carlton Smith
Kate Troll
2014 Maria Gladziszewski
Kate Troll
Karen Crane
Jerry Nankervis
Debbie White
2015 Greg Fisk

Footnotes[edit]

  • a Baxter resigned on April 15, 1972.
  • b Savikko died on September 18, 1972.
  • c Thomas resigned on June 15, 1972; James Duncan was appointed to replace him on July 6.
  • d Rogers resigned on December 6, 1972; Allan Engstrom was appointed to replace him on December 12.
  • e Macomber resigned on October 7, 1975.
  • f Thomas resigned on August 3, 1976.
  • g Sevdy resigned on December 9, 1975.  ? Stitt was appointed to replace him on December 23.
  • h Polley resigned on June 30, 1982. C. E. Jacobsen was appointed to replace him on the same day.
  • i Mallott resigned. Dennis Egan was appointed to replace him on February 13, 1995.
  • j Following his appointment to mayor, Cathy Muñoz was appointed to replace Egan on March 6.
  • k Anderson resigned on May 23, 2011. Katherine Eldemar was appointed to replace him.
  • l Eldemar resigned on June 24, 2011. Malcolm Menzies was appointed to replace her.
  • m Doll resigned on June 24, 2011. Peter Freer was appointed to replace him on July 11.

Appointed groups[edit]

Advisory boards[edit]

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Committee - [1]
  • Building Code Advisory Committee
  • Douglas Service Area Advisory Board
  • Fisheries Development Committee
  • International Relations Advisory Committee (JIRAC) - [2]
  • Juneau Commission on Aging
  • Juneau Economic Development Council (JEDC) - [3]
  • Juneau Energy Advisory Committee (JEAC)
  • Juneau Historic Resources Advisory Committee (HRAC) - [4]
  • Juneau Human Rights Commission (JHRC) - [5]
  • Juneau International Relations Advisory Committee - [6]
  • Juneau Public Libraries Endowment Board
  • Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) - [7]
  • Passenger Fee Proceeds Committee
  • Social Services Advisory Board (SSAB)
  • Wetlands Review Board (WRB)
  • Utility Advisory Board
  • Youth Activities Board (YAB) - [8]

Appeal boards[edit]

  • Animal Hearing Board
  • Bidding Review Board
  • Building Code Board of Appeals
  • Personnel Board
  • Sales Tax Board of Appeals

Enterprise and special boards[edit]

Ad hoc committees, task forces, and commissions[edit]

  • Capital City Emergency Planning Committee
  • Economic & Employment Diversification Strategy Committee
  • Fluoride Study Commission
  • Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Juneau Coalition for Youth - [13]
  • Performing Arts Center Commission
  • West Douglas Development Working Group

Affiliated committees[edit]

  • Friends of the Flag Committee
  • Juneau & Douglas Fourth of July Committees
  • Hank Harmon Rifle Range Inc.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CBJ Assembly Districts" (PDF). juneau.org. Office of the City and Borough of Juneau Clerk. June 30, 2012. Retrieved June 18, 2013. 

External links[edit]