Eagle River's Heart of Downtown

Bohi, Heidi
October 2009
Alaska Business Monthly;Oct2009, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p118
The article discusses the developments in businesses across Chugiak-Eagle River area in Alaska. It highlights the communities in the Chugiak-Eagle River area and the development of a new Town Center and public library in the downtown part of the region. It also notes the expansion of the Chugiak-Eagle River Branch Library and the Eagle River Overlay District Ordinance project to help shape the future of the downtown.


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