Juneau files new stay in borough northern boundary line dispute
The City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) filed a stay with the Alaska Superior Court decision affirming the Local Boundary Commission’s decision approving the newly formed Petersburg Borough’s northern boundary line, which Juneau had earlier sought to annex.
According the CBJ’s June 27 motion for a stay, it “would prevent harm to Petersburg which has intimated expenditures of resources in the disputed land area…”
“One of our arguments we made to the Superior Court was that it would be wrong to rule in Juneau’s favor because Petersburg has done all this work to become a borough....
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