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Architectural planning sought for historic boathouse

SITKA, ALASKA Sitka’s historic Japonski-Island boathouse is moving into the architectural phase of its planned restoration.
The garage-like structure at the foot of the O’Connell bridge is one of the dwindling number of small, utilitarian buildings that comprised the Sitka Naval Air Station during World War II.
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