Assembly questions Stedman's take on Kake road

Series: Kake access road project | Story 4

February 20, 2020

Photo courtesy of Department of Transportation and Public Facilities

Sections of existing logging roads across Kupreanof Island will be joined together by newly constructed sections spanning from 12-mile beach to Kake. Existing roads are shown in yellow while pink sections represent new construction.

A resolution opposing the Kake Access Road project was discussed at an assembly meeting Tuesday, but assembly members won't vote on the resolution until their March 2 meeting.

Vice Mayor Jeigh Stanton Gregor requested that resolution #2020-01 be discussed at Tuesday's meeting to allow residents time to become aware of the resolution and to give their feedback to the assembly before they vote on it in March. The resolution cites the state's current "fiscal crisis" and the "99 percent shut down" of the Alaska Marine Highway System as two of the reasons the assembly opposes the Kake Access Ro...

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