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Steve Gass Running for Hollis Community Council [ELECTION on October 3, 2017]

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The Hollis Community Council annual elections will be held at the Fire Hall on Tuesday, October 3rd. Voting will be from 7 - 8 pm and ballot certification will be from 8 - 9 pm.

There are 2 board positions open and write in candidates are acceptable. So show up and write someone in as well!

The agenda for the meeting and the official eligible voter list is available for review on the Hollis website at www.hollisalaska.org select the link on the left side of the page called Annual Meeting.

In addition there is a link to the official ballot and official proxy ballot along with instructions on how to complete and submit.

Steve Gass


I was born in Knoxville Tennessee in 1957 and we moved to Ketchikan, Alaska in 1964 where I grew up.

I graduated Ketchikan High and have two years of college at Ketchikan Community College. My first job was with Ketchikan Pulp Company where I worked in the Power House. In 1986 I purchased and operated the Fishing Vessel Volunteer--a Tree Point Gillnetter. I also fished halibut on my father's power troller the Fishing Vessel Northern Dawn. In 1995 we sold out of the fishing business and moved to South Florida where I started my own business as an installer in the custom designed drapery trade.

Last year Ginni (my wife of 27 years) and I returned to Alaska to build a house in Hollis where we plan to stay the rest of our lives. If I am elected to the council, my front porch will always be open to anyone in the community who would like to stop by and discuss issues of importance or just to say hello.


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