Ferry label change is a waste

Letter to the editor

Posted: Thursday, April 15, 2004

I am sure the residents of Hoonah will feel "connected" to the Aurora, which operates in Prince William Sound. And Wrangell folks will gain a "sense of identity" by having their city's name on a ship that will be taken out of service in a few months. What a waste of $37,000. But then, it makes about as much good business sense as moving the ferry headquarters to Ketchikan, doesn't it?

Betty Seguin

Juneau



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