Letter: Thanks for input on PWS Borough

Prince William Sound by Cinthis Gibbins-Stimson
Prince William Sound. (Photo by Cinthia Gibbins-Stimson/The Cordova Times)

Girdwood Governance Association (GGA) would like to thank all of you for your participation in the conversations regarding the feasibility of formation of a Prince William Sound Borough.

The numbers that were researched and presented by Information Insights are encouraging. However, Girdwood Governance Association, as a group and at this time, is not willing to invest time or money in proceeding to phase two of a formation of a Prince William Sound Borough. We are concentrating our efforts locally, on a feasibility study for The City of Girdwood.

We would like to extend an open invitation to our neighboring communities for future conversations on this topic and are grateful to those of you that have supported the first phase of the economic study. Please visit our website to see our progress on our own feasibility study and to stay up to date on our fundraising events.

Sincerely,

— Girdwood Governance, Inc.

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