By Dan Rudy 

SEAPA board approves utilities rebates


Wrangell and Petersburg utilities can be expecting a rebate this year from Southeast Alaska Power Agency.

This summer the board approved a rebate of $1.5 million for member utilities. A formal award plan was presented at last week’s meeting in Ketchikan on Dec. 10, with $340,563 to go to Wrangell and $372,343 to Petersburg. The remaining $787,093 would be distributed to Ketchikan.

Voting alternate and electrical superintendent Clay Hammer represented Wrangell at the meeting, and he explained the rebate was possible in part because of funds unexpectedly freed up from other projects. For ex...

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