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Ketchikan Borough may take legal action against environmental groups

...which has expressed interest in the mill. The letter asks the company to withdraw from negotiations to operate the Ketchikan mill. Borough Manager Roy Eckert said legal action might target environmental groups and individual environmentalists...
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Ketchikan Mill's Revival

Deep inside the ruins of the Ketchikan Pulp Co. mill, a birth is under way. As with any delivery, it's painful and full of promise.
Activists flood company with letters against veneer plant

...Alaska Coalition conducted a similar campaign a year ago against Timber Products Co., which had been looking at the Ketchikan mill. In that instance, the groups say they organized 60,000 phone calls and messages to Timber Products Springfield...
Ketchikan mill is awarded Orion North timber

...Forest Service agreed Monday to sell timber to a Ketchikan mill in a roadless area of the Tongass National Forest...since it was issued. Pacific Log and Lumber, the Ketchikan mill, won the contract to clear-cut 4.4 million board-feet...
My turn: Alaskans need to recognize the costs of Tongass biofuel

...industry is likely to be yet another "Bridge to Nowhere." It is misleading too to characterize the closure of a Ketchikan mill as a "casualty of the Tongass timber wars." The mill is a casualty of economic reality. A number of factors make...
Ketchikan mill cleanup plan gets partial approval

KETCHIKAN - Part of the ocean floor near the Ketchikan Pulp Co.'s Ward Cove Mill will be dredged to remove toxic sediments left behind by the industrial operation.
Ketchikan mill operator trying to switch gears

KETCHIKAN - A local mill operator that's been shut down for a year has a new idea to restart his business, and he's asking the federal government to help out.
Greenpeace gets ready to protest

...stuff up as they go along - whatever sounds good." Graham said 100 million board feet of timber running through the Ketchikan mill would provide up to 40 jobs for three years. "That doesn't include logging and spin-off jobs," Graham said...


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