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    I was looking at the Whittier web page and found the following document dated March 11, 2009. Interesting reading. It looks like there may be some significant improvements yet to come.

    http://www.whittieralaska.gov/docs/h...g_03_11_09.pdf

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    Glad to see the Harbor Master is in for the long hall.

    I am very excited to be a part of this project. I believe that I will be here to enjoy the fruits of this particular labor.

    Hes been doing a fine job and hope he stays the course.
    Thanks for the link!
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    Quote Originally Posted by breausaw View Post
    Glad to see the Harbor Master is in for the long hall.

    I am very excited to be a part of this project. I believe that I will be here to enjoy the fruits of this particular labor.

    Hes been doing a fine job and hope he stays the course.
    Thanks for the link!
    I agree, however, I would like to hear a little more on the subject of losing the west ramp though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtol View Post
    I agree, however, I would like to hear a little more on the subject of losing the west ramp though.

    Denny
    Yep. Me too.

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    Looks like a good job for the stimulus money!!

    I just e-mailed the harbormaster. I thanked him for his efforts and communication. I also asked him to log on here and tell us about the west ramp. That would really sting to lose the ramp.
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    Question West Ramp Closure

    The West launch will one day be gone but it is in the future and will not effect this years boating season. You can email the harbor they are glad to answer questions you might have. harbor2@whittieralaska.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjb View Post
    The West launch will one day be gone but it is in the future and will not effect this years boating season. You can email the harbor they are glad to answer questions you might have. harbor2@whittieralaska.com
    wrong email correct is harbor2@whittieralaska.gov

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    The harbormaster replied to my message......

    I just read you letter concerning the plans for the head of the bay. I
    say bravo
    and wish to thank you for your efforts. The letter was brought to my
    attention on
    the Alaska Outdoors forum, under power boating. I have seen your replies
    there
    before and think it is great that you make an effort to connect with the
    sporting
    community.
    There are some of us on the forum wondering about the plans for the west
    ramp.
    Could you log on and let us know what is up, please? Is it really going
    away?

    Thank you
    Kevin D@#%
    "bullbuster"

    Hi Kevin,

    I run all our info for the Forum through one of our staffers but feel
    free to post this if you want. The West Ramp, with its associated low
    tide problems, will continue to be available until we move on to the
    float replacement portion of our plans. I don't expect that we will be
    able to accomplish that for at least another year. I am very interested
    in seeing how the three lane operation works on the East Ramp this
    summer.

    I'm very happy to get out as much information as we can in the form of
    newsletters and websites. The better we can inform our customers before
    they get here the better their boating experience will be.

    Ed Barrett
    Harbormaster
    He is a very responsive person and I, for one, am glad he is the man in the slot.
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