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Timber scraps providing heat

...have a new way to get rid of their waste, and "we're going to be reducing our costs substantially," said Craig City Administrator Jon Bolling. "I've talked to two local mills. They are happy to work with us," Bolling added. Craig city...

...Ferry Authority general manager Tom Briggs has announced his retirement, effective July 31. Briggs, 67, was Craig city administrator for 15 years and an IFA board member 1997-2002 and chair 1999-2002. He served as Alaska Department of Transportation...
Southeast waste disposal plan differs from that of Juneau

...which will hold its first meeting Jan. 12. "We've been working on this for more than a couple of years," Craig city administrator Jon Bolling said in a recent interview. "The goal is to create this authority structure through which communities...
USDA's Sherman discusses forest transition in Juneau

...the USDA has continued to have discussions with Sealaska on its prospective needs as well as the country's. Craig City Administrator Jon Bolling also expressed concerns about the Roadless Rule's impact, saying he doesn't see it as a benefit...
Southeast cities work on regional authority

...spend at least $2 million a year to send their trash to big landfills in eastern Washington, said Jon Bolling, Craig city administrator. A regional landfill - on Prince of Wales Island, perhaps, but probably not Sitka - could save a lot of money...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Inside: Ferry ambitions 4/5/98

...that the traffic projections could be compensated for by raising ferry fares of about $20 by $2 to $4. Craig City Administrator Briggs said the authority will not increase fares and he stands by its traffic projections. The ferry authority...


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