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The Southeast Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council met in Saxman and Sitka last week to discuss and gather input on issues related to subsistence in the region, including a proposed change to the rural designation process. That change could make a big difference to Saxman, which has been considered non-rural since 2007, for the purpose of federal subsistence rights. Comment?
Saxman has lost its request for a zoning change that would have allowed it to bring in mobile buildings that proponents said would benefit tourists to the southeast Alaska community. One reason noted for the request was to allow the owners of Dockside Diner at Knudson Cove to set up a mobile takeout food stand that could be used by tourists. Comment?
The Federal Subsistence Board's rural determination process will change, according to an announcement made at the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention last month. The changes should mean a more favorable process for villages and other rural communities that rely on hunting and fishing. Comment?
The Ketchikan Daily News reports that 60-year-old Sylvia Banie became mayor after being elected to the position by the Saxman City Council. Comment?
Two Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly members have introduced an ordinance that would add a prayer to every regular Borough Assembly meeting. Glen Thompson and Agnes Moran submitted identical agenda statements requesting the ordinance. Comment?
Tonya Muldoon , state Adult Protective Services, and Jon Sherwood , Alaska Division of Senior and Disabilities Services, congratulate Marianne Mills, who accepted the 2014 Adult Protective Services Southeast Community Commitment Award on behalf of Southeast Senior Services Sept. 19. The State of Alaska recognized Southeast Senior Services Friday with a Community Commitment Award. Comment?
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