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Petersburg Indian Association pursues new one-mile trail near town

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The proposed trail is just in the initial stages and would likely take years to complete. According to the proposal, the trail would link the south part of town to the airport area without going through downtown Petersburg. The proposal says it would open up opportunities for the area residences of Severson Subdivision.
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Member of the public asks the governor a question. (Photo by Kayla Desroches/KMXT)

Gov. Walker speaks with public during Kodiak visit

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Alaska is one state where the public has relatively easy access to its elected officials, and Governor Bill Walker put some time aside to speak with the community during a visit to Kodiak on Friday. The Chamber, the Afognak Native Corporation, and the City of Kodiak hosted a state update at the Afognak building and reserved time to hand the mic to members of the audience.
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