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City drops "reversion interest" in TAB bottling plant

SITKA, ALASKA The city of Sitka is dropping its claims to ownership of the True Alaska Bottling property.
The assembly last night (7-28-09) agreed to forego the reversion clauses built into the original sales agreement for the plant, in the hope that the new owners can re-capitalize the operation and start selling water.
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