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Mon Aug 27, 2012


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Sitkans hear ideas for 50-meter competition pool at Mt. Edgecumbe High School. Controversial quarry dropped from Planning Commission agenda for time being. Forest Service to take public comment on proposed cabin closures. Ballot Measure 2 attracts substantial spending before tomorrow’s primary election.

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