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Around Ketchikan
Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Jim Norris, with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, holds a survey rod while Bill Morrison, on ladder, and Andrew Kahklen, work on a new concrete lift station as part of a sewer upgrade in Saxman. ANTHC is removing ocean sewage outfalls, and the lift stations will help to divert sewage to the Mountain Point wastewater system. Ray Kolean can be seen checking out a concrete pump hose in the background, center. Norris is the project superintendent on the job. He said ANTHC is doing the work in conjunction with local contractors. Liquid Stone Design is doing the concrete work. Two sewage lift stations are being built in Saxman as part of the project that also includes 2,150 feet of gravity sewer line, 2,300 feet of sewer force main line, and the construction of a service line to the Saxman Seaport, according to ANTHC bid documents. Photo by Hall Anderson

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