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Assembly passes on national climate action summit

SITKA, ALASKA The green movement in municipal government in Sitka lost a little momentum Tuesday (4-22-08) when the assembly declined to spend a thousand dollars to send a representative to an international environmental conference in Albuquerque next month.
As a compromise, the mayor instead will go to a climate change meeting of the Alaska Municipal League in Anchorage.
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