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SEAPA seeks control of Swan Lake hydro

 

Jess Field / Petersburg Pilot

SEAPA board members met for their regular meeting last Wednesday and Thursday at the conference room at Parks and Rec.

The Southeast Alaska Power Agency (SEAPA) board held its regular meeting in Petersburg last week, with board members in attendance from Ketchikan, Wrangell and Petersburg. Much of the meeting focused on project updates and approving the company's FY17 budget.

SEAPA CEO Trey Acteson asked the board to consider a motion to provide one-year notice to end the contract with Ketchikan Public Utilites (KPU), concerning operations at Swan Lake hydroelectric plant near Ketchikan. For Acteson, the move makes sense because it would increase SEAPA's control of operations at the agency owned Swan Lake...



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