Land swap: the real question
by Pete Ellis
August 02, 2004
To add to the Mary Dahl comments the real question is whether
the city or borough should simply buy the Dawson property and
look forward to the revenues which would be generated to eventually
pay for the entire facility as a result of First City Player
performances including, in particular, the "Fish Pirates
Daughter" during the summer tour season and at $10.00 or
more per person plus concession fees.
The other consideration is
whether the Ward Cove tidelands deserve present governmental
project responsibility and for expanded boat harbor needs. The
interests of the community may be better served by the development
of a large boat harbor in one of the few very protected areas
available in close proximity to the majority of residents.
Let us accordingly get with
it and have a little vision as well as faith.
Ketchikan, AK - USA
Land swap controversy by LeiLani Lake - Ketchikan, AK
Ward Cove Land
Scheme by Robert D.
Warner - Ketchikan, AK
Locating the Arts
Center project downtown
by ML Dahl - Ketchikan, AK
Re: Land Swap
Issue by Walter Bolling
- Ketchikan, AK
RE: Ward Cove
Land Values by Eric
Tyson - Ketchikan, AK
Land Values by Marcia Hilley - Ketchikan, AK
Cove Land Swap by Walt
Bolling - Ketchikan, AK
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swap vote ...
Ketchikan Daily News - August 01, 2004
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