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Neighbors urge Wrangell not to sign Cascade Creek agreement

WRANGELL, ALASKA Representatives from both the city councils of Petersburg and Kake were in Wrangell on Wednesday night to attend the city council workshop on the possible four dam pool divestiture. The visiting representatives are concerned with Wrangell's potential involvement with Cascade Creek and Wrangell's direction on the divestiture.
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