Gravel pit controversy continues in Anchor Point

‘I didn’t move down from Anchorage just to look at a gravel pit.’

Buzz Kyllonen speaks about Anchor Point’s history and his family homestead at an event hosted by the Trimble family, which is pushing to open a gravel pit on nearby land, on June 1, 2019, in Anchor Point, Alaska. (Photo courtesy of Allison Trimble Paparoa/Coastal Realty)

Buzz Kyllonen speaks about Anchor Point’s history and his family homestead at an event hosted by the Trimble family, which is pushing to open a gravel pit on nearby land, on June 1, 2019, in Anchor Point, Alaska. (Photo courtesy of Allison Trimble Paparoa/Coastal Realty)

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