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Slideshow: Assembly delivers East Anchorage new parkland, despite objections over process

The city acquired the East Anchorage property in 2006. It's part of a narrow, 29-acre strip that was purchased for $5 million from the federal government, which had seized the land in a drug case, according to court papers.
Bill Roth
The Anchorage Assembly voted 9-2 to dedicate the parcel of land east of the intersection of DeBarr and Muldoon roads as a city park.
Bill Roth
Craig Medred