Wrangell receives $25 million federal grant for downtown harbor rebuild

The borough has been awarded a $25 million Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity grant to rebuild most of the downtown harbor floats, install new pilings and improve parking.

The federal money, which requires no match from the borough, will fund most of the estimated $28 million project that will include an overhaul of the Inner Harbor, Reliance and Standard Oil floats, new fire suppression systems, pilings and relocated parking.

The borough will likely get the remaining $3 million for the project through the state’s harbor matching program, Borough Manager Mason Vi...

 

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