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Perils of a privatized trash collection
By Geord Kleinschmidt


November 13, 2010
Saturday AM

The public library has a movie called "TRASH" which will educate anybody about the perils of a privatized trash collection company moving into the area, destroying the environment. The movie details the consequences of trash processing in the Great Lakes area.

Each of our assembly members must watch this movie before voting on an issue of this magnitude. Additionally, I do not believe the price comes close to matching the value of the property. It is Ketchikan's most valuable asset, as such I agree with Randy Johnson's, of Ketchikan Shipyard, commentary regarding the harbor and property.

The movie awaits you at the library.

Thank you.

Geord Kleinschmidt
Ketchikan, AK

About: "Born and raised local, still here."

Received November 12, 2010 - Published November 13, 2010


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