Ferry In Southeast Struggles Financially

The Inter-Island Ferry Authority was barely staying afloat when it made a decision to dramatically cut back its service. That’s according to IFA General Manager Bruce Jones, who discussed the IFA’s financial difficulties during Tuesday’s session of the Southeast Conference annual meeting.  The IFA has been going for ten years, and IFA Board Chair Dennis Watson says the northern route of the ferry made sense at the time that it was planned.

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Deanna Garrison is a reporter at KRBD in Ketchikan.

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