By Norma Lankerd
March 13, 2012
I mean come on, you look at down south, if it weren't for bridges, where would we be? The people down south have NO IDEA on Alaska. Ffor instance, my insurance company I'm dealing with had no idea I couldn't just jump in my car and drive to see my cardiologist. I told them i live on an island and the only way in and out of our island is either by float plane, or ferry (depending on what days it's running) . For the planes it depends on the weather. The Insurance company told me they had no idea and NOW they understand.
So I believe a bridge would be more than appropriate for both Annette Island and Ketchikan to hook up with Gravina.
About: "Lived in Alaska all my life and practically know what is needed"
Received March 09, 2012 - Published March 13, 2012
Viewpoints - Opinion Letters:
Representations of fact and opinions are solely those of the author.
Your full name, city and state are required for letter publication.