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December 01, 2003


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Ketchikan: KPC cleanup nearly complete; Ketchikan Pulp Co. has worked with Forest Service, Environmental Protection Agency to clean 25 sites - It's been nearly seven years since Ketchikan Pulp Co. closed its pulp mill and four years since it last hauled timber off the Tongass National Forest, and the cleanup of sites contaminated by the company's logging operations is nearly complete. - Read more...
Juneau Empire - link posted Monday - December 01, 2003 - 12:30 am

Ketchikan: The Ketchikan Borough Assembly will hold a regular meeting Monday evening in the City Council Chambers. The meeting is scheduled to being at 5:30 pm. ~ Agenda ~ Information Packet: Item 02a ~ Item 02b ~ Item 04a ~ Item 04b ~ Item 06 ~ Item 07a-i ~ Item 07a-ii ~ Item 07b ~ Item 08b ~ Item 08c ~ Item 08d ~ Item 08e ~ Item 08f ~ Item 09a ~ Item 09b ~ Item 09c ~ Item 09d ~ Item 09e ~ Item 09f ~ Item 09g ~ Item 09h ~ Item 10a

Alaska: Lawmaker files bill to reinstate program for Alaska seniors - As lawmakers prepare to return to session in January, Representative David Guttenberg (D-Fairbanks) has crafted legislation to reinstate the Alaska Longevity Bonus program. Guttenberg hopes to reverse the impact of Governor Frank Murkowski's veto of the program.

"Even before Governor Murkowski cut Alaska seniors' Longevity Bonus, it was clear to a majority of legislators that killing the program was bad public policy," says Guttenberg. "I think the legislature will jump at the chance to put things right." - Read more...
Monday - December 01, 2003 - 12:30 am

Alaska: Parks square off with family in Alaska bulldozing battle - The curious case of Papa Pilgrim and the bulldozer he drove inside the largest U.S. national park continues to lurch across the legal and environmental landscape of Alaska. - Read more...
Seattle Times - link posted Monday - December 01, 2003 - 12:30 am

Alaska: Stevens alters stance on justice grants New proposal would form commission for unified system - Sen. Ted Stevens has dropped a controversial effort to divert federal funds away from tribal courts and police and into similar state functions. - Read more...
Fairbanks Daily News Miner - link posted Monday - December 01, 2003 - 12:30 am



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