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ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sean Parnell in May signed the FY2013 capital budget that continues economic development across the state, and to save more surplus revenue for the future. The budget includes numerous projects for Southeast Alaska.
Parnell's budget features $265M for Southeast projects 060612 NEWS 1 For the Capital City Weekly ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sean Parnell in May signed the FY2013 capital budget that continues economic development across the state, and to save more surplus revenue for the future. The budget includes numerous projects for Southeast Alaska.
Wednesday, June 06, 2012

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Parnell's budget features $265M for Southeast projects

ANCHORAGE - Gov. Sean Parnell in May signed the FY2013 capital budget that continues economic development across the state, and to save more surplus revenue for the future. The budget includes numerous projects for Southeast Alaska.

Highlights of capital projects in Southeast Alaska include:

Infrastructure

Alaska Marine Highway System - to a second Alaska State Ferry, $50 million

Ketchikan - airport taxiways and apron rehabilitation, $10 million

Juneau - Glacier Highway reconstruction - Fritz Cove to Seaview Ave, $10 million

Ketchikan Shipyard - AK Industrial Development and Export Authority, $10 million

Ketchikan Gateway Borough - Ketchikan International Airport, $9.9 million

Ketchikan - rehabilitation/replacement of off-system city bridges, $9.25 million

Ketchikan Gateway Borough - Alaska Marine Highway/NOAA moorage, $7.5 million

Sitka - supplemental and emergency diesel generation, $7.12 million

Ketchikan - Berths I and II replacement project, $7 million

Angoon - Thayer Lake hydropower transmission/generation, $7 million

Wrangell - boat yard improvements, $6.1 million

Petersburg - commercial dock drive down facility, $5.6 million

Skagway - small boat harbor, $5 million

Haines Borough - Haines boat harbor/breakwater improvements, $4.5 million

Sitka - commercial passenger vessel/visitors facilities, $4.5 million

Petersburg - Nordic Drive refurbishment, $3.5 million

Petersburg - North Harbor, $3.5 million

Wrangell - travel lift and associated improvements, $2.75 million

Hydaburg - small boat harbor, $2.68 million

Skagway - Klondike Industrial Highway ore haul refurbishment, $2.5 million

Haines Borough - Port Chilkoot cruise ship dock, $2.38 million

Juneau - Aurora Small Boat Harbor, $2 million

Public Safety and Health

Kake - water and sewer replacement, $4.65 million

Cordova - LT2 compliance UV treatment facility, $3.88 million

Ketchikan - Ketchikan Medical Center improvement project, $3 million

Juneau Pioneer Home deferred maintenance, $2.21 million

Sitka - UV water disinfection facility, $2.12 million

Wrangell - hospital and nursing home replacement project, $1.8 million

Hoonah - water transmission line replacement phase 3, $1.73 million

Klawock - public safety building phase II, $1.44 million

Education

Alaska State Library, Archives and Museum facility, $49 million

Juneau - Mendenhall Valley Public Library, $7 million

UAS - Banfield Hall dormitory project, $6.25 million

Sitka - Kettleson Memorial Library, $5.7 million

Sitka - school district vocational education facility, $2.9 million

Klawock - Prince of Wales Vocational Technical Education Center, $900,000

Detailed information on capital projects across the state is available at: http://bit.ly/KjhH8j.

Copies of the budgets and related documents are available at: http://bit.ly/JVoocL.


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