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Energy trip to Angoon remains in limbo

WRANGELL At first, it sounded like a good idea. But now, it might not even happen. Wrangell and Petersburg officials had hope to meet with the Angoon City Council over regional energy issues. As KSTK's Tony Gorman reports, poor communication among the three communities may have put those plans on the shelf.
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