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By Dan Rudy 

Parks filling policy gaps


Wrangell’s Parks and Recreation Department will be changing up the fee assistance program, its advisory board decided.

Meeting on March 2, the board examined the program since its redesign last year.

“What we found there is, we are going to eliminate the option for people to get annual passes,” explained parks director Kate Thomas.

With the pass rate increases which also took effect, someone applying for assistance could get upwards of $700 off of a family pass.

The program only budgeted $1,800 to start with, so an application or two could take a considerable bite. Instead, the board...

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