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Museum Expansion Plan Unveiled

March 04, 2004
Thursday - 1:10 am

design graphic - Ketchikan museum


Listen to Museum Director Michael Naab's background presentation. (RealPlayer)
Ketchikan: Approximately 45 people attended the city's unveiling of the museum expansion plan Wednesday evening at the Ted Ferry Civic Center. The expansion plan, designed by the Anchorage architectural firm of Livingston Slone, is proposed for the Centennial Building site in downtown Ketchikan.

Museum Director Michael Naab presented a background on the project before introducing Tom Livingston, of the architectural firm of Livingston Slone.


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Ketchikan City Mayor Bob Weinstein, Tom Livingston of the architectural firm of Livingston Slone, and Museum Director Michael Naab
Photograph by Carl Thompson


Following Naab's background presentation, Tom Livingston presented a slide show and explained the design. (More graphics of the proposed expansion plan & information will be published.)

The expansion plan will be presented to the Ketchikan City Council Thursday evening.


 

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