Ketchikan Man Enters Tax Settlement with Borough

A Ketchikan tourism business owner has agreed to pay $20,000 to settle a tax dispute with the borough.

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by Associated Press

KETCHIKAN- A Ketchikan tourism business owner has agreed to pay $20,000 to settle a tax dispute with the borough.
Alaska Gem Store owner Seamus Brodie also must file taxes monthly for the remainder of the tourist season.
The city has dropped its request for a preliminary injunction against Brodie, which would have prevented him from operating any business in the Ketchikan Gateway Borough.
The assembly in March gave the borough expanded powers to collect taxes, including shutting down a business.