Borough receives nearly $500,000 from state to help cover revenue losses


The borough has received a nearly half-a-million-dollar state grant, intended to help Wrangell cover some of its revenue losses due to the pandemic’s hit to the economy.

The grant is $469,785, which the borough assembly may put toward buying a new garbage truck and replacing the exterior siding of the pool building at the recreation center. The assembly was scheduled to consider the expenditures at its Tuesday meeting.

The borough had requested $1.8 million when it applied for the grant from the Division of Community and Regional Affairs in December, but “in the application process, the...

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