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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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Petersburg volunteers sew quilts for veterans

Carol Kandoll sits next to a Quilt of Valor at the quilt show in the Petersburg High School lobby, Oct. 22. Photo/Angela Denning
Petersburg quilters have awarded 12 quilts so far to local veterans in the project, Quilts of Valor. Their goal is to make 100 for all local veterans in town. more

Southeast pols seek inclusion in pink salmon disaster request

Pink salmon spawn in a creek near Petersburg. (KFSK file photo)
State politicians are asking the Governor to include Southeast in the state’s requests for pink salmon disaster relief. The Walker administration is already seeking federal disaster declarations for commercial pink salmon fisheries in Prince William Sound, Kodiak, Chignik and the Lower Cook Inlet. more