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USDA Approved Cash Benefits for Alaska's Pacific Salmon Fishers;
Applications Now Being Accepted in Ketchikan For TAA Program


November 14, 2003
Friday - 1:15 am

Ketchikan, AK - The United States Department of Agriculture approved Alaska's Pacific salmon fishers to receive cash benefits under the new Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program.

Applications for this program are currently being accepted by the Alaska Farm Service Agency in the Ketchikan Hub office located in the Job Service Center at 2030 Sea Level Drive, Suite 220, Ketchikan, Alaska.

Application forms must be completed and returned to Alaska Farm Service Agency by January 20, 2004.

Office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. For information call 907-228-3240.


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Alaska Salmon Fishers Eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance

Source of News Release:

USDA - Alaska Farm Service Agency
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Ketchikan Hub Office


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