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Down with the old, up with new


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Rock-n-Road Construction razed the Alaska Airline warehouse at the airport two-weeks ago. According to station manager Dave Booker the building was condemned. The airline is leasing space next door from Tom Greenley, and hopes to have the building replaced sometime this summer. Construction should get underway this spring.

Booker said the new building will be slightly larger and located a bit farther from the roadway.

The old warehouse was designed and built by the late Fred File around 1971 for Alaska Island Air, which housed their Grumman Goose amphibious aircraft.


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