The Juneau Assembly had earlier cancelled the Fourth of July parade due to the current pandemic, but had said the fireworks display on July 3 could proceed, if everyone who came to town to watch the display wore face masks.
But Monday night that changed.
The Assembly stuck a knife through the annual fireworks show, which typically is shown late on July 3, or at about midnight on the 4th. The mask portion required an emergency ordinance, and it…
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