Preliminary designs for the former site of the Wrangell Institute combine different types of housing, senior assisted living, retail space and an education center to meet current and future community needs.
The director of Alaska’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office was in Wrangell Tuesday to give a presentation on commercial marijuana regulations.
British Columbia officials introduced law changes last week that would strengthen its ability to enforce mining laws in response to the Mount Polley tailings dam disaster of 2014. But critics in Alaska aren’t convinced the B.C. government would use those penalties to protect watersheds in Southeast.
The paving of Evergreen Avenue between Wrangell’s ferry terminal and airport will be delayed another year.
The director of Alaska’s Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office will be in Wrangell next Tuesday to give a public presentation on commercial marijuana regulations.
The Wrangell School Board held a public hearing on its proposed budget last week. The numbers for next school year do not look very different from this year’s, but that will change if the legislature cuts education funding.
The Wrangell Port Commission voted to renew three boat yard leases Thursday after a long discussion about possible changes to those leases.
As Wrangell continues to focus on marine trades as an economic driver, the borough is considering purchasing a former mill site six miles south of town to provide more room for the marine services industry.
The Wrangell Port Commission met for a workshop Tuesday to discuss raising moorage rates.
The Southeast Alaska Power Agency (SEAPA) is on track to complete an expansion of its hydro storage capacity by October 2016.