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Assembly to consider banning dogs from Moller Park, increasing fines for bear-attracting garbage. Holidays boost downtown revitalization effort. Low chinook forecasts for Taku and Stikine rivers likely mean no commercial fishing next year. Proposed Cook Inlet pipeline will solve some problems, but possibly create others.

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