PIA finishes Mountain View Manor boardwalk trail


November 10, 2022

Jenny Winters / Petersburg Pilot

An opening ceremony took place on Monday morning. In attendance were (left to right) PIA Council Member Jeanette Ness, PIA Transportation Director Susan Harai, PIA Tribal Council President Cris Morrison, PIA trail builder Jack Galaktionoff cutting the ribbon, PIA Tribal Administrator Chad Wright, and PIA transit driver Ron Ware.

After two years of navigating supply chain issues and the demands of his other responsibilities working for the Petersburg Indian Association(PIA), Jack Galaktionoff put the final touches on the Mountain View Manor Trail and its official opening was celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony held on Monday, November 7th.

The trail, which begins behind the Manor at the corner of 13th and Gjoa Streets, is just short of 1400 feet long and connects to the existing Hungry Point Boardwalk, creating a figure eight shaped trail between Sandy Beach Road, Haugen Street, and North Nordic Drive.

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