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Library: Head Tax Money
By Ace Chenhall


August 19, 2010
Thursday AM

The statement made in "License to Spend" that head tax money could be used to fund a library goes way beyond deceptive, it's an outright lie. That money can only be used for tourist related development, which the library certainly is not.

There is either a total lack of information and understanding, or a total lack of ethic going on here. Whichever the case is, head tax money can not be used for a new library anymore than it could be used to build a new school, or a new post office.

Ace Chenhall
Ketchikan, AK


Received August 18, 2010 - Published August 19, 2010


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