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Property Owners Voice Concerns over Downtown Revitalization Project

WRANGELL The Downtown Revitalization Project continues to draw heat from local business and land owners following the display of the latest designs. This week, the 35 percent completion drawings from Anchorage-based engineering firm were display at City Hall. As KSTK's Tony Gorman reports, the designs were not the only things that were laid out at this week's Wrangell Assembly meeting.
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