Alaska Governor Dunleavy Creates Panel to Reshape Alaska’s Ferry System
Alaska’s Governor Mike Dunleavy created a work group to make recommendations on a fix for the state’s marine highway system, specifically “future finances and service levels.”
Dunleavy came under fire when he cut funding to the Alaska Marine Highway System, curtailing access of coastal Alaska residents to other cities and coastal communities. In Alaska, with a coastline longer than the Lower 48 combined, the ferry system is key to the state's fishing and processing economy, school sporting events, business needs for coastal residents, access to food, fuel, building materials, and ...
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