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Library location
By Signe Markuson


August 26, 2007

With respect to Sitnews, thank you for letting me give my opinion. I feel very strongly, the museum staff is VERY knowledgeable and talented and that the museum needs to expand into the library space so that our city's many guests can see more exhibits of our unique and interesting history and heritage. It is also prime tourism location and could even incorporate "the creek" into an interesting exhibit.

The Public Library is a resource center, with knowledgeable and wonderful staff of its own. I think that the location by the Cape Fox Lodge is ideal with lots of long as the bus incorporated its location on its route. There is potential for a staircase from Stedman Street and an exit road to Park, Woodland or Deermont streets. Potential for many resourceful upgrades and room for literary guests. And what a view it could have to ponder your reading in.

Thanks again for letting me just give a few thoughts and please readers.. no return scuttlebutt.

Signe Markuson
Ketchikan, AK

Received August 24, 2007 - Published August 26, 2007

About: "Just a local and non radical. Avid user of Library."


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