Stevens note says he spent more than $130k on home renovations

FBI agents investigating the relationship between VECO executives and Senator Ted Stevens are now studying a handwritten letter in which Stevens says he paid “over $130,000” for renovations to his house in Girdwood. Former VECO Chairman Bill Allen oversaw the work on the house while Stevens was away — having invoices sent to him before they went to Stevens. The note was sent to former U.S. Attorney Wev Shea, and APRN reporter Dave Donaldson spoke with Shea earlier today.

Dave Donaldson, APRN – Anchorage

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