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Last week’s story about the state budget stated that municipalities across Alaska are already facing decreased revenue sharing from the state. In Petersburg that amounts to a loss of $30 million from the normal $60 million it receives in revenue sharing. Those numbers reflect statewide cuts, not local cuts. Locally, the Petersburg Borough is facing roughly $170,000 less in revenue sharing. The Pilot regrets the error.


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