KANTISHNA
INHOLDERS ASSOCIATION
201 Barrow Street #1, Anchorage Alaska  99501-2429
(907) 276-2025     fax (907) 258-9614    ray@kreig.com

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DENALI ACCESS REGULATIONS

KIA Congressional Hearing Testimony (2/9/2000) House Resources Committee.  
      
[Same, official hearing record, but has some formatting problems; Correction for Attachment A].

REGULATORY OVERKILL -- Park Service bad faith crushes access permit applicants with impossible and outrageous economic burdens.  

PARK SERVICE REFUSES TO FOLLOW THE MANDATE OF CONGRESS IN THE DENALI PARK ENABLING ACTS 

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ANILCA PROMISES BROKEN: THE DEMISE OF THE KANTISHNA MINING DISTRICT
by Lawrence V. Albert, Attorney at Law --
from d(2), Part 2A Report to the People of Alaska on the Land Promises Made in ANILCA 20 Years Later...Edited by J. P. Tangen

FEDS BUY PRIVATE LAND IN DENALI (Anchorage Daily News - 6/16/02)
Acquisition by Park Service is one of last under special program to acquire inholdings by Elizabeth Manning  "You shouldn't have to be rich to visit a park that your taxes have paid for all your working life."  -- Ray Kreig, chairman of the Kantishna Inholders Association. 
Also published in the Fairbanks Daily News Miner on 6/17/02. 

Denali Park chief leaves to cheers, jeers (Anchorage Daily News - 12/26/01) -- Kreig said the issue goes beyond fairness:  "It's not just that private property rights are being taken away," he said. "In the end people won't be able to visit their own park."

LINKS      ALASKA LAND ISSUES MEDIA LOG

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Not Kantishna but is an interesting common sense environmentalist comment: 
Here's a NEW solution for ANWR (231k) by Ted and Francoise Gianoutsos, Anchorage Daily News, 4/29/01