By David Grayeagle
September 28, 2007
The bridge was more than just
a way to get to the airport. It would have opened up land that
could be used for Economic Development, we need jobs here just
in case you haven't noticed. The land that we can access from
the Ketchikan side is tall, Rockie, or owned by the State or
Native Corporations. The cost of building on this side does not
make it very cost effective. On the airport side the land has
small hills and allot of level areas where someone could build
on. I ask just how are we to attract any New Business to this
world of ours if we have no where for them to go and open some
type of business? I am talking about manufacturing type business,
not a small Store Front, a business that could put many people
to work year round. A type of business that is not dependent
About: "Resident of Ketchikan for 7 years 10 months."
Received September 28, 2007 - Published September 28, 2007
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