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By Dan Rudy 

Another apartment goes smoke-free in Wrangell


Another housing unit has officially gone smoke-free, according to Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium’s local health promotion department.

This fall the new owners of the Stikine Native Organization building on Front Street – colloquially known as the SNO Building to locals – formally made the building’s apartments smoke free. SEARHC health educator Tammi Meissner pointed out the move makes it the first private residential complex in town to register its policy with the state.

In September, the Wrangell Senior Apartments formally went smoke-free as well, instituting an outdo...

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