By Dan Rudy 

Vacancy on SEAPA board to be filled

 


With the recent resignation of Clay Hammer from the Southeast Alaska Power Agency (SEAPA) board of directors, the City and Borough of Wrangell is seeking letters of interest to fill the vacancy.

SEAPA provides power to the communities of Wrangell, Petersburg and Ketchikan, using electricity generated by hydro projects at Swan and Tyee lakes.

A board of five voting members and five alternates is divided between the three by annual allotment, with Ketchikan always maintaining two pairs of seats, and Petersburg and Wrangell maintaining one apiece. The fifth seat moves around on a rotating bas...



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