As it stands, trailers and mobile buildings aren’t allowed in downtown Ketchikan. And that includes food trucks. But back in August, Ketchikan’s borough assembly voted to develop a plan to legalize them.
Ketchikan’s borough assembly will consider whether to protest a liquor license application in Saxman during its Monday evening meeting. It’ll also consider a resolution asking Canadian authorities to address transboundary mining pollution and a few items dealing with land use in the borough.