Police station now number one priority
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A new police station is now Petersburg’s number one capital project according to the City Council’s newly-revised wish-list for state money. The replacement of North Harbor, which has most of its funding in place, is now number two. The council finalized the legislative priority list Monday night after public testimony and a spirited debate over which of those two projects should go at the top. Matt Lichtenstein reports:
The Alaska Department of Transportation has said no to Petersburg’s request for taking over two remote state-owned docks but could come back with another offer in the future. The municipality is waiting on making another decision on the issue. more
Petersburg High School volleyball took second place at the region five 2A tournament in Craig last weekend and heads to the state tournament in Anchorage this week. PHS lost in five games to Craig Friday morning, December 2, beat Wrangell in four games later that day and then lost to Craig a second time that evening. more