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Council briefs: lobbyist, ferry concerns, harbor costs, dangerous dogs

Petersburg’s Washington D-C lobbyist paid the City Council a visit and gave an update on some federal issues during the Council’s regular meeting Monday night. Among other business, the Councilors agreed to weigh-in on next summer’s state ferry schedule. They got an update on efforts to cut the cost of replacing the North Harbor and they took up a measure aimed at defining a dangerous or vicious dog.

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Financial disclosure, harbor seats on Petersburg ballot

Voters head to the polls Tuesday, October 6 in Petersburg and will be deciding one ballot measure and one contested race for harbor board. As of 11:30 a.m., 95 people had voted at the polls in the community gym activity room. Another 92 borough residents had voted absentee by yesterday’s deadline. Add those together and the turnout for this election so far is 187 people. That’s just over seven percent of the 2,631 registered voters in the Petersburg borough. The polls are open until 8 p.m. at the community gym activity room, a different location past years. more