Previous Eyak Lake Cleanup Days have turned up everything from cigarette butts and Kleenex to corrugated metal, tires and a water heater. This year’s biggest find was several large blocks of styrofoam, said Shae Bowman, operations manager for the CRWP.
“We are going to scrub this schedule to see if we can eke out even a tiny more bit of service, and we will be asking the unions to work with us to help make that happen,” said Mary Siroky, deputy commissioner of the Alaska Department of Transportation
“This unconscionable, arbitrary, no-notice-or-public-input, seven-month removal of ferry service will be devastating to our community and our business,” said Gary Graham, co-owner of the Powder House Bar and Grill.
Free, nutritionally balanced breakfasts and lunches will be available to Cordova elementary and high-school students when the school year commences on Aug. 21. Elementary school students will additionally receive an after-school snack.
An afternoon of streetside performances by Cordova 4H Music Camp students raised almost $1,000 for camp scholarships. The Bands Around Town event had 114 students playing in Cordova on Friday, July 19.
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