Last week, the U.S. Coast Guard released a spending plan for the $429 million that Congress allocated to it through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. In a welcome development for Alaska, Base Kodiak will receive nearly half of that total – $210 million – for key projects including a new fuel pier, housing, and a child development center.

This is great news for Kodiak and one of the biggest victories Alaska has yet had under the new infrastructure law. But it didn’t happen by accident. 

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