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By Andrew Sheeler
Ketchikan Daily News 

No SEAPA Council vote

 


After a two-and-a-half hour special Thursday meeting that grew testy at times, the Ketchikan City Council voted unanimously to defer consideration of Southeast Alaska Power Agency’s proposed change to its operations and maintenance structure. SEAPA is an independent nonprofit energy corporation made up of the municipalities of Ketchikan, Wrangell and Petersburg.

The meeting, which saw City Mayor Lew Williams III and Council members DeAnn Karlson and K.J. Harris absent, was overseen by Council Member and Vice-Mayor Robert Sivertsen. The Council met to consider a report issued by consulting...



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