The 30 year promise, by whom?
By Michael Spence
October 18, 2007
I keep reading the vague references by the bridge advocates to
a "promise" made for the bridge to Gravina 30 years
So it begs the question in case anyone knows:
Exactly what promise was made and by whom about the bridge to
Gravina? What financial and public authority did they have to
make such a promise?
Exactly when did the citizens of Ketchikan have the opportunity
to prioritize spending on the bridge ahead of funding for other
public needs, after being fully informed of the financial consequences?
The people of Ketchikan have a right to know.
About: "Resident, taxpayer
and voter in Ketchikan"
Received October 17, 2007 -
Published October 18, 2007
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