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State passes on Takatz hydro — for now

SITKA, ALASKA A feasibility study for major new hydroelectric project in Sitka has been put on hold.
The Alaska Energy Authority has denied the city’s request for $2-million dollars to study the prospects for hydro power at Takatz Lake, on the east side of Baranof Island.
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