Month: December 2010

Sitka 2010: The Year in Review

Political change, a celebration of history, and a college deal that went bust. Those were some of the headlines in Sitka in 2010. But one of the more defining moments for the community was also one of its most difficult – the loss of three Coast Guardsmen from Air Station Sitka. That leads off our list of the most important Sitka news of 2010. A full list is below. Hear details on each by listening to the audio version of this story, above.

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$3.5M coming to Sitka Tribal Enterprises for trolley, center

New eco-friendly community trolleys will soon run the streets of Sitka, and a new training center will accompany the fleet upgrade. The Community Ride program, managed by Sitka Tribal Enterprises, received a number of grants to purchase the trolley and start a fleet maintenance and training center.

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City to study effectiveness of boards, commissions

Different city boards and commissions will be invited to appear before the Sitka Assembly in the coming months as part of a plan to determine which are working well, and which might need more guidance from city leaders. The appearances, which will take place during Assembly meetings, are a different approach than the one proposed at last night’s regular meeting of the Assembly.

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Pelican man dies in ATV accident

An 89-year-old Pelican man died after his ATV went off a dock into the water on Dec. 23. John Clauson was traveling down the float plan dock on his enclosed ATV when it lurched off the dock.

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