Alder Top subdivision groundwork out for bid

 


After a multiyear effort to develop the site of the former Wrangell Institute for residential lots, work is slated to start later this summer. Bids are due to the borough by June 27 for an estimated $700,000 to $750,000 in groundwork at the future Alder Top Village (Keishangita.’aan) subdivision.

Once parcels are ready for purchase, the 134-acre property will constitute the borough’s largest land sale in decades. In its first phase of development, the site will make 20 new lots available about five miles from town, complete with utilities and preliminary road work.

The borough plans this summe...



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