SITKA, ALASKA Sheldon Jackson's unsuccessful tax appeal was based on two assumptions: the first that, although there are no students on campus, a “teach-out” and administration remain in place for thirteen students studying elsewhere. Second, many of the buildings on the core campus are being rented out for community purposes like a childcare and wellness center. An excerpt of college president David Dobler's defense before the board of equalization.
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