Strike two for ANGDA spur line funding
ANGDA couldn’t convince the state to spend $25 million plus in tight times, now it plans to return to the Legislature for help
The Alaska Natural Gas Development Authority is planning to ask the Legislature for an increase in funding denied in the 2010 budget proposed by the Palin administration.
The public corporation of the state is looking to get between $25 million and $50 million to advance a spur line to deliver North....
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A delicate spur line proposal
State wants more clarity
Heat lost since summer
A return to the Legislature
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