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Sealaska, Tlingit signage among topics at meeting of city, tribe

SITKA, ALASKA Federal legislation that would give about 85,000 acres of Tongass National Forest land to Sealaska Corporation has prompted debate across Southeast Alaska in recent weeks. And the bill came up in conversation during Thursday (3-18) night's government-to-government meeting between the Sitka Assembly and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska, though not quite in the way you’d expect.
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