Ketchikan asked to find a cheaper bridge to Gravina Island

If Ketchikan wants a bridge, it will need to support a less costly option than is currently proposed. That was the message from Department of Transportation southeast region director Malcolm Menzies, who met with the Ketchikan Gateway Borough assembly this past Monday night.

Deanna Garrison, KRBD – Ketchikan

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