The Seward Phoenix Log - News of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula since 1966

By Wolfgang Kurtz
LOG Editor 

Open for Business - Oct. 17, 2013


Leon Youngblood | The Seward Phoenix LOG

Mike Jones is always ready to blow out your chimney or take care of any other tall order. High Hat’s highly qualified sweeps have high availability and low downtime. Mike and his small assistant Abigail will unplug your stove pipes with aplomb. 491-1053.

Seward is a melting pot of Alaska business. When considering how Seward fits into the state’s economic growth and where, in particular, it stands out, it is important to contemplate the history and future of industry and commerce in the area. Seward has top notch recreational sailing and fisheries harbor facilities. Its future in heavy marine traffic and related industry is assured with expansion of the Alaska Railroad docks and upcoming enclosure of the Seward Marine Industrial Center breakwater basin.

Seward has been the shipping gateway to Southcentral Alaska for over a hundred years, although that fact sometimes escapes attention in the flood of influence from higher powered economies. However, other ports have hit the wall of their limitations, whether it be developmental costs, capacity or seasonal accessibility, while Seward’s advantages are all too obvious. With an engaged business community, a professional, committed and collegial civil government and the support of the public, Seward is open for business.


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