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Testimony: Proposed dock sale unpopular with public

SITKA, ALASKA The assembly's decision to give Silver Bay Seafoods five acres of industrial waterfront property in Sawmill Cove had few fans among the public who testified at Friday's (2-15-08) meeting. An excerpt of some of the testimony.
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