No lack of room for expansion in Ketchikan
By Charlotte Tanner
December 18, 2005
I would appreciate it if the governor would answer Peg Travis' questions, instead of mischaracterizing the importance of this bogus bridge. There is nothing about it that is critical to the economic health of the residents of Ketchikan, indeed, if one were to examine the situation very closely, it would probably be found that the building of this bridge may well be very UNHEALTHY to the economic and physical health of the residents of Ketchikan.
Sort of like the remodeling of Schoenbar Middle School.
About: Charlotte Tanner came to Ketchikan in 1968 on the M/V Wickersham. She lived in Petersburg for 16 years, and returned to Ketchikan in 1994. She has raised two children who are now in college, and are members of KIC. Tanner is a retired fisherperson, an artist, she has two dogs and she's a gardener.
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