I'd like to respond to Rob Glenn's letter ("Ferry system was set up to fail.") In his letter, he implies that the Murkowski administration is to blame for...
...boats in British Columbia? Sound off on the important issues of the week at juneaublogger.com/voxbox Ketchikan writer Rob Glenn states that informed marine workers had said these ferries could not work in Alaska, but nobody listened. Instead...
...quit because they need to work elsewhere. Close to 90 jobs will be affected by losing the Taku. It is hard to put them somewhere else in the fleet, especially when there will only be limited ferries working this winter. Rob Glenn Ketchikan
...This administration will do whatever it can to get roads. And they do this by giving the least efficient service to the citizens of Alaska. This administration is just as good as their federal buddies in Washington. Rob Glenn Ketchikan
...creating this problem. I think it lies deeper into the management of Alaska Airlines. Ever since they changed the baggage handlers in Seattle, and whatever other changes they made, the on-time service has fallen apart. Rob Glenn Ketchikan
...employer), however; when we are constantly made to look bad by the state it makes our jobs a little less enjoyable. Rob Glenn is a mate for the Alaska Marine Highway System and lives in Ketchikan.
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