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TAB purchases three years of bulk water rights for $1-million. Sitka police propose stepping up enforcement of garbage ordinance to reduce bear calls. Assembly tables dog ordinance pending input from Parks & Rec, Police & Fire. Ending domestic violence, part 2: Learning and enforcing boundaries.

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