Pelican Gets Disaster Relief Funds

In Southeast Alaska, the village of Pelican has received $100,000 in state disaster relief money to help rebuild a flume that collapsed in August. The collapse caused an immediate shortage of water and power to Pelican. A temporary solution is in place, but now officials are looking at another serious issue: the potential release of ammonia from the Pelican Seafoods plant.

Ed Ronco, KCAW – Sitka

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