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Turnagain Times Tidbits

Turnagain Times Tidbits

By Marc Donadieu
Glacier City Gazette

Now that the Turnagain Times has passed into the annals of history, it’s appropriate to look back at its 20-year past after its final issue was published Nov. 2, 2017.

The following excerpt is from the third issue of the Turnagain Times, published July 2, 1998 on page 3 and written by Ken Osuna.

In the future downtown Girdwood may feature an area where people park their cars in a couple of large lots and walk to downtown businesses on a system of paths through Townsquare Park. New buildings would face the park which would serve as a town square with a gazebo, flower gardend, banches and maybe even a small pond and ice rink. Walkways would connect the downtown area to Crow Creek Road, and a pedestrian underpass would allow people to walk to the Forest Fair Park and tennis courts without crossing the Alyeska Highway.

 


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