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Coast Guard Waste
By Trygve Westergard


May 02, 2011

Surplus stuff is supposed to be put on GSA to be sold off. But many people don't want to deal with the trouble of doing it.

I know for a fact that most things do not make it on GSA. If an item is damaged or "UNSAFE" it will not go to GSA, it will be destroyed and taken to the dump.

I think this is a way for the people to get around having to do all the paper work for GSA.

Trygve Westergard
Ketchikan, AK

About: "Ketchikan Resident
Used GSA before."

Received April 28, 2011 - Published May 02, 2011



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