Vocational Program Closes Mountain View Diner

A diner operated by former homeless and incarcerated men is closing in Anchorage's Mountain View neighborhood.

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by Associated Press

ANCHORAGE- A diner operated by former homeless and incarcerated men is closing in Anchorage's Mountain View neighborhood.
   
The Cook Inlet Tribal Council announced its Chanlyut program is closing the Mountain View Diner to maximize resources and better serve its clients.
   
This was just one of five vocational programs offered by the council. The others, including lawn maintenance and snow removal, janitorial, moving janitorial and wholesale food services, will continue.
   
Chanylut means "new beginnings" in the Dena'ina language.
 

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