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Thursday, June 20, 2002
20 years ago in the Homer News
Several subcontractors working for McKinney-Alaska on the $8.8 million Homer fish dock say they are not being paid on time for the work, and some claim they have not been paid at all. A company spokesman said such delay is not unusual.
Citing the potential for serious erosion and the possibility of waves generated by earthquakes or volcanic eruptions, the Homer Port and Harbor Commission has underscored its objection to construction on the west side of the Homer Spit. But without zoning regulations, commissioner Don Ronda said the city is powerless to limit development.