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Assembly clamps down on lodge permit

SITKA, ALASKA After lengthy testimony and deliberation Thursday night (3-27-08), the Sitka assembly granted Dove Island lodge a conditional use permit for 8 guests, possibly bringing an end to a multi-year dispute over the lodge’s reportedly unregulated growth.
The lodge – and its legal counsel – did not take the restriction lying down.
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