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Landfill cover project stalls

WRANGELL, ALASKA A grassy knoll where the over 40-year-old dump now stands is still a ways away according to Wrangell's Public Works director. Even though the landfill has been completely full since March, the project to cover it has stalled due to lack of funding. KSTK's Lisa Phu reports.
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