Tue Sep 11, 2012

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Faced with a higher tab than expected, the Sitka assembly to decide tonight how to proceed with Blue Lake Hydro project. Ordinance revising voters’ authority over municipal land sales to be heard on first reading. Candidate profile: Michelle Putz on green advocacy and strategic thinking. Norvirus strikes two ships on late-season cruises.


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