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Wed Nov 30, 2011


Assembly to go into overtime to decide cruise passenger projects. Among the items to be discussed when the meeting continues on Thursday (12-1-11) is the reconfiguration of traffic and parking at Harrigan Centennial Hall. Former SCAPS director sues for defamation. Sealaska’s Worl lectures on ANCSA.

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