By Scott Cragun
September 09, 2007
1. It would be cheaper to expand on the current building site than to develop a new site and build a new structure.
2. I doubt that there is a site available in the downtown or Newtown area that would be affordable and moving the Library to the city limits or on the hill would greatly reduce its accessibility for Ketchikan's residents.
Received September 07, 2007 - Published September 09, 2007
About: "28 years experienced carpenter, 16 years experienced commercial construction superintendent, concerned citizen and father of 2 library regulars."
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