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Twelve apply for municipal attorney vacancy; former city lawyer says the job “Is not as easy as it looks.” JazzFest kicks off this weekend with concerts, workshops open to ticket-holders. Princess Cruises pays fine for accidentally dumping swimming pool water in Glacier Bay. Seymour Canal gillnet herring fishery will target just over 1,000 tons this spring. Skagway, Haines officials suggest the DOT experiment with open-deck ferry before approving changes to Alaska-class project.

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