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The city's high quality of life is also a major part of what makes it a viable place to conduct business, says Garry White, executive director of the Sitka Economic Development Association. Access to transportation and plenty of outdoor recreation help to attract commercial enterprises.
The effort to provide affordable housing also received support from the city-funded Sitka Economic Development Association, on whose board of directors Davis serves and which held hearings and gathered data simultaneously.
after World War II, says Jon Krebs, the executive director of the Sitka Economic Development Association, and was meant to help Japan recover and Southeast Alaska develop.