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By Dan Rudy 

Tribe to get own offices with renovation project

 

April 19, 2018

Dan Rudy/ Wrangell Sentinel

President of Wrangell Cooperative Association Richard Oliver stands atop one of the outdoor stairways behind the apartments at Wood Street and Zimovia Highway on Tuesday. A week into work already, in four or five months the WCA will have a fully renovated office building at the site.

Wrangell Cooperative Association began work on renovating new office space last week.

Workers began knocking down walls and pulling up old materials from a multiplex apartment at the corner of Wood Street and Zimovia Highway last Tuesday. Sale of the two-acre lot had been finalized in December 2016, and architects have since designed what will be about 2,500 square feet of office space for the Wrangell tribe.

President Richard Oliver of the WCA Council explained offices will be provided for the tribe's various departments, including its administrative wing, the Tribal Transportation Program...



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