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Board term limits fail at Sealaska meeting

SITKA, ALASKA Sealaska shareholders this weekend narrowly rejected imposing term limits on their board members.
Also at the annual meeting in Sitka on Saturday (6-27-09), shareholders seated an independent board candidate, and authorized an additional 100 “life estate” shares for older members.
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