• Date: Jun 2015
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The Preferred Wrangell Waterfront Master Plan is a four-phased approach to enhancing the Wrangell downtown waterfront area for several key user groups, including the Marine Service Center, the Nolan Center, the visitors industry, local businesses, and Wrangell residents. The plan includes actions that can occur immediately to incorporating aspects of a much longer-term vision. All phases of the Plan will cost an estimated $15.3 million to develop. An analysis of Wrangell’s economic indicators and various elements of the waterfront plan, the development of the facilities into the master plan expected to attract $2.0 million in increased economic activity to Wrangell on an annual basis.

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