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 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 19, 2018 

Assembly gets existential

The Haines Borough Assembly met Monday and discussed their effectiveness as a body and as individual representatives. The special meeting, which is sl...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 12, 2018

Assembly to adopt naming policy

In light of the discovery that a former mayor dedicated the school gym to Karl Ward, the borough assembly has directed manager Debra Schnabel to...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 12, 2018

Unexpected revenues cushion borough budget

Haines Borough Manager Debra Schnabel previewed her $13.3 million draft budget for the coming fiscal year, which includes a small increase in...

 By Natalie Helms    News    April 12, 2018

AML to pay for partial Lutak Dock repairs

Alaska Marine Lines may pay for the construction of a new ramp at Lutak Dock and lease its working space from the Haines Borough. Borough manager...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 12, 2018

Assembly comments on timber sale

The Haines Borough Assembly approved a letter to the University of Alaska requesting information on its development plan for a proposed timber...

 By Natalie Helms    News    April 12, 2018

Planning Commission weighs Jones Point rezone request

The Haines Borough Planning Commission will continue to research rezoning efforts at Jones Point as members disagree on a solution. Takshanuk...


Assembly to seek new lawyer

The Haines Borough Assembly is exploring the possibility of hiring a new attorney. Haines Borough Manager Debra Schnabel asked the assembly Tuesday...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    April 5, 2018

Former Haines students allege sexual abuse by Karl Ward

Four Haines High School alumni came forward this week detailing sexual abuse by former Boy Scout...

 By Natalie Helms    News    April 5, 2018

Public packs assembly chambers during timber sale meeting

The Haines Borough Assembly heard from more than 40 people Tuesday about the University of Alaska’s proposed 13,000-acre timber sale, but more...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 29, 2018

Former Haines students come forward alleging sexual abuse by Karl Ward

Four Haines High School alumni came forward this week detailing sexual abuse by former Boy Scout lea... Full story

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 29, 2018

Assembly again rejects state money for policing

The Haines Borough Assembly this week rejected for the second time an offer from the state Department of Public Safety to take $25,000 in exchange...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 29, 2018

State distributes Narcan to borough

The Haines Volunteer Fire Department and the local SEARHC clinic are distributing Narcan, an opioid overdose treatment, free of charge to anyone...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 22, 2018

Committee bashes fuel, bridge tax levy proposal

Borough assembly finance committee chair Tom Morphet’s proposals this week to levy two new taxes to pay for bridges and roads fell largely on deaf e...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 15, 2018

Question raised about Open Meetings Act after public excluded from briefing

The Haines Borough manager and police chief on Wednesday uninvited the assembly to a meeting aimed at developing a local response plan for active...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 1, 2018

Assembly scrutinizes Alaska Excursions tour

Before approving an ATV tour permit at Glacier Point, the Haines Borough Assembly decided this week to investigate unsafe practices by Skagway tour...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    March 1, 2018

New working group to tackle heli-ski map

The assembly voted to 4-1 take a new approach to regulating heli-ski map terrain. Following borough manager Debra Schnabel’s advice, the assembly ap...

 By Natalie Helms    News    March 1, 2018

Lutak dock repairs remain uncertain after second joint committee meeting

Haines committees struggled to choose between immediate safety or long-term goals as they reviewed repair and replacement options for the...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    February 22, 2018

Clay resigns as fire chief

Haines Volunteer Fire Department Chief Brian Clay resigned his position Feb. 12, two days after his arrest for driving under the influence. Borough...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    February 15, 2018

Borough Briefs

Borough to hire new clerk The Haines Borough Assembly unanimously directed borough manager Debra Schnabel to negotiate a contract with deputy clerk...

 By Natalie Helms    News    February 8, 2018

Joint committees to review Lutak Dock ramp report

A condition assessment for the roll-on roll-off ramp at Lutak Dock was finalized and will be up for review by several borough committees this month....

 By Kyle Clayton    News    February 1, 2018

Harbor contractor prepared for litigation

Pacific Pile & Marine representatives said last week they’re willing to fight in court over the company’s $1.2 million adjustment request for last...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    February 1, 2018

GAS committee wants to cut borough minor offense list

A borough advisory board will pare down Haines’ list of 299 minor offenses, pending borough assembly approval. The Government Affairs and Services...

 By Kyle Clayton    News    February 1, 2018

Borough sharpens disaster plan

Borough staff are dusting off and re-tooling their emergency management plans after last week’s tsunami scare. Public Facilities Director Brad Ryan...

 By Natalie Helms    News    January 25, 2018

What happened to the solid waste group's proposal?

The Haines Borough is giving Community Waste Solutions an opportunity to “prove itself” before putting out-of-town waste disposal up to a boroughw...

 By Natalie Helms    News    January 25, 2018

Assembly to weigh new conflict of interest code

Haines Borough staff overhauled the 26-page conflict of interest code after a familial conflict from manager Debra Schnabel’s hire brought...


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