Most of this week's city council meeting was spent in work session discussing proposals for city improvements. Instead of the regularly scheduled meeting, the council spent two-and-a-half hours in a work session of 23 plans for capital and major maintenance.
City manager David Martinson stressed that if state funding decreases, Unalaska may have to foot more of its bills.
"We have begun a slippery slope on this issue where they will continue to grab more and more from the municipalities."
Mayor Shirley Marquardt says she’s concerned about money, too.