Groups Submit Reviews Of Susitna-Watana Dam Studies

National and state agencies, non-governmental organizations, and individuals have submitted their reviews of studies designed to show what will happen to the Susitna River if the 800 foot-high Susitna Watana hydroelectric dam is built. And many national agencies have expressed concerns with the speed of the process the Alaska Energy Authority has undertaken as it prepares to apply for the license from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

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Lorien Nettleton is a reporter with KTNA in Talkeetna.

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