MINING NEWS: Fish refuge proposed for Pebble area
Board of Fisheries will decide at its Bristol Bay meeting in December whether it should recommend the idea to Alaska Legislature
By Sarah Hurst
For Mining News
A former State of Alaska employee has submitted a proposal to the Board of Fisheries requesting it to designate the waters in the vicinity of the planned Pebble mine as a fish refuge. George Matz, who is now retired, but worked for the state for about 11 years as an analyst, is concerned that Gov. F....
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