Partial funding for southern Kenai gas
Final budget cuts $4.5 million for line to Homer, but pays for reduction units to bring gas to Anchor Point and Nikolaevsk
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For decades, people in the southern Kenai Peninsula have filled their fuel tanks with heating oil as they enviously watched their neighbors in the northern end of the peninsula enjoying relatively cheap supplies of natural gas produced in the nearby Cook Inlet basin.
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Homer wanted pipe
Some money OK’d
Homer seeking alternatives
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