By Sandra V. Browne
March 04, 2008
I see the fact of a need to reach our airport in case a plane does crash, I don't think it wise for someone to wait and see who will sue who first because of the need not being met. More than a significant reason to have the bridge put in.
I can pretty much bet on the fact that every out-of-town customer of Alaska Airlines would love to see a bridge rather than wait on a ferry during those harsh winter nights when they get stuck spending a night in our quaint little town. The area here can definitely make room for expansion.
I would not want to be on the plane that does go down and we can't get any emergency equipment there to help out.
Sandra V. Browne
About: "59 year Ketchikan resident, born and rqaised here"
Received March 04, 2008 - Published March 04, 2008
Viewpoints - Opinion Letters:
and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Sitnews.
Your full name, city and state are required for publication.