SitNews does not sell photographs. The free ketchikan classifieds has been provided as a community service for over Tipton said, "All of us that live here hunt, fish and recreate in that same area. And third, Americans by the hundreds of thousands - the number has doubled over the past 10 years - are coming here as tourists to learn about and appreciate the natural beauty that some now find marred by industrial logging. You can have a timber industry there, you can have a mining industry there, you can also have tourism and a great variety of other things. July 3, 1 regular ketchikan city council meeting was called to order by.
This rich and beautiful archipelago, with its thousands of islands and glacier-etched fjords, its centuries-old trees and abundant wildlife considered endangered elsewhere, is at the center of a high-stakes political fight over its future. City Manager Karl Amylon asked whether the council wanted to cite people for littering if they clean fish on the sidewalk. New trees may come back quickly, others say, but after a few years this even-age forest forms such a thick canopy that other plants, which provide food for smaller mammals, disappear. First, the millions of trees that stand on federal land belong to all Americans. September 03, - Agenda. Johansen and Millett tried to rejoin the majority caucus in January but didn't have the support.
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He said that his business will provide robust warnings about taking pot on board the ship through signage and verbal reminders. Other economic analysts assert that timber plays a relatively smaller - and declining - part of the region's economy. City council members expressed concern over state regulations and! This item was placed on the agenda for consideration by. He said, "Basically what I've gotten from the community is that they don't want it [consolidation]. Harris has served three terms on the council and told SitNews, "Three terms and I want to do another one.
I have the experience, leadership skills, honesty, and personal integrity to represent you as a member of the Ketchikan City Council. I am committed to obtaining the infrastructure to attract and keep these businesses, jobs and families in Ketchikan. Healthy businesses and good jobs sustain the quality of our community. When clearcuts and logging roads start to spread, this has an adverse impact on such species. The leaders have decided not to spend time on the matter unless majority members push for the two to get back in, said Rep.