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From the middle of downtown to out the road and the southern reaches of Douglas Island, hundreds dot the landscape Juneauites call home. Yet most may walk past them routinely and not know they exist, but they are why Juneau is here.
They are the lost mines.
“You can walk the public trail, then veer off just slightly, and they’re right there,” said Brian Weed, a local who has found and explored hundreds of abandoned mines in Juneau over the past three years. “But they’re disappearing fast.”
ANCHORAGE — A month after a nearly 200-foot communications tower fell near Willow, a Matanuska-Susitna Borough committee is preparing to recommend new regulations for oversight of tall towers.
The five-member Tall Towers Advisory Committee is considering draft language that would require companies to notify property owners within 600 feet of a new tower before they begin construction, the Anchorage Daily News reported (http://bit.ly/1aIc4HS). The company could build the tower 30 days later.