RCAC Asks Coast Guard to Leave More Resources in Alaska - 6/23/10

The Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council is asking the Coast Guard not to pull too many resources out of Alaska to fight the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The Coast Guard last week called for a national inventory of boats, booms and other equipment that could be sent to the Gulf. In a letter of response, the RCAC said the amount of oil spill response equipment should not fall below state requirements for Prince William Sound. KCHU’s Erik Wander has more:

 

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