Month: March 2010

City gets feedback on Crescent Harbor plans

Sitka plans a waterside walkway from the base of the O’Connell Bridge over to Sitka National Historical Park. It’s part of the city’s plan on how to spend some $5 million in cruise-ship head tax money. The plan was presented to the public earlier this month, and again on Wednesday (3-24) before the Chamber of Commerce’s weekly meeting. As Ed Ronco reports, those in attendance at the Chamber luncheon had plenty of questions.

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Fishery opening brings crowds to shore

The opening of Sitka's sac roe herring fishery often brings spectators to the shoreline. The fact that Wednesday's opening took place 10 minutes after 5 p.m., and under sunny skies, didn't hurt either.

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UPDATED: First herring opening nets nearly 7,000 tons

The first opening of the Sitka Sound sac roe herring fishery brought in 6,900 tons of herring. That's according to revised preliminary data from Fish & Game area management biologist Dave Gordon after Wednesday's harvest near the Gavanski and Siganaka islands.

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