Morning Edition Interviews

Council approves tax holiday

The Ketchikan City Council on Thursday voted in favor of a tax holiday on October 19th, approved replacing the Thundering Wings totem, and received updates on a variety of construction projects.  Council member Dick Coose gives details.  City100413

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