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Tues Jan 28, 2014

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The Sitka Assembly will hear a presentation on potential cuts to the community Ride bus program. Other agenda items include, an ordinance that prohibits children from being present in places where smoking is permitted, and a loan to finish construction of the Blue Lake hydro project. A 19 year old man had a run-in with a sea lion at Seafood Producers Cooperation on Saturday. The Sitka Assembly discusses transferring a state-of-the-art Emergency Response Vessel from the Fire Department to the Harbor Department. Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell spoke with KCAW on Friday about public lands, personal privacy, and what, exactly he means by his campaign motto, “bringing decision-making home.”

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