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Area bridges deemed safe

...the peninsula is about to collapse not even close. But they are in need of repairs to their decks, Pratt said. State inspectors use a system that assigns numerical values (9 to 0) to various parts of the bridges. Those numbers translate as...

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Dec. 14, 2001 The Anchorage Daily News praises governor's call for sharper state oversight on oil development

...for good business, to guarantee a strong economy, the state's revenue and a clean environment. Putting more state inspectors in the field to spot, solve and prevent problems is a necessary investment for all the right reasons.

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AOGCC proposes new blowout control regulations

...commission. AOGCC inspectors are also on-scene to witness many tests. The commission's records indicate that state inspectors attend tests of well control systems on every active drill rig in the state once every two months. The AOGCC's...

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Dec. 27, 2001 Alaska Newspapers Inc. criticizes Knowles administration for oil industry appeasement

...paper, the plan appears to be a win-win. More state inspectors would speed up drilling permit applications and provide...withdrawal. In reality, a $4.8 million plan for more state inspectors doesn't stand a chance in a Republican-led Legislature...

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