The Truth and Encouragement to Check Out the Facts
By Bob Sivertsen
April 11, 2013
The Sitnews Editor appropriately removed the ‘Announcement’ and we requested the content so it could be addressed here in the appropriate forum. Had the individual who wrote the above called SEAPA’s office to get the facts, they would have discovered that after checking the schedules, SEAPA’s generation schedule had in fact called for Swan Lake to operate this week at 7 MW. KPU chose to unilaterally change this schedule so Swan Lake was taken offline.
Anytime any citizen or ratepayer has a question about anything involving SEAPA, they are strongly encouraged to either call SEAPA’s office at 907/228-2281 or stop by the office at 1900 First Avenue, Suite 318 to discuss your concerns. There will also be a SEAPA board meeting in Ketchikan on April 25, 2013 starting at 9:00 a.m. that will be held at the Best Western Landing’s Sunny Point Ballroom. There is a comment period during the meeting for the public to address SEAPA’s board with any comments and/or concerns they may have. Anyone with any credibility will identify themselves and check out the facts for themselves before making a public announcement that has not been verified.
About: SEAPA Chairman, Ketchikan City Council Member, and long-time resident of Ketchikan, Alaska
Received April 10, 2013 - Published April 11, 2013
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