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Public hearing on dog control

A public hearing is set before the borough Assembly to consider amendments to the borough ordinances on animal control. Changes include rabies control (cats would now be required to be vaccinated), kennel inspections and license fees, which increase from $3.50 to $4.50 for all dogs. Duplicate tags will cost $1 rather than 25 cents.

 

Pipeline people present slideshow

Alyeska Pipeline Service Company will present an outline of the pipeline project to the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce. The project is proposed to bring oil from the North Slope to Valdez. The presentation is open to all community members.

 

Drug use cited

An Alaska State Trooper met with the GOAL council board to discuss drug use in the community. According to the trooper, drug abuse problems exist in the area but don’t appear to involve LSD, heroin or other hard drugs except in small quantities.

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