DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
Foreign-Trade Zones Board
[Docket No. 44-87]
54 FR 8371
February 28, 1989
Proposed Foreign-Trade Zone; Anchorage, AK; Amendment of Application
TEXT: Notice is hereby given that the application submitted by the
Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska, requesting authority to establish a
general-purpose foreign-trade zone in Anchorage, Alaska (52 FR 48555,
December 23, 1987), has been amended to expand the scope of the request.
The original application requested zone status for a site at the Port of
Anchorage (Site 1) and one at the Anchorage International Airport (Site 2).
The amendment calls for an additional 5 privately-owned sites in
Anchorage: Site 3 (2.7 acres) consists of two adjoining parcels located at
315 E. 2nd Avenue and 316 E. 1st Avenue, owned by the Abrams/Jordan
Partnership; Site 4 (25 acres), located at 1800 West 48th Avenue, is owned
by David Altman and the Commodore-Greenbriar limited partnership; Site 5
(110,000 sq. ft. building) (Anchorage Trade Center) located at 619 Warehouse
Avenue, is owned by a general partnership of Melvin Tipton and P.P. Tipton;
Site 6 (12 acres) (Pac West site), located at 660 Ocean Dock Road, is owned
by the Alaska Railroad, and is currently under long term lease to Douglas
Management Company; and, Site 7 (135 acres), located near the intersection
of Birchwood Loop Road and Birchwood Airport Road (20 miles NE of downtown
Anchorage), is owned by Eklutna, Inc., an Alaska Native Corporation. Also,
the amendment requests an additional 95 acres in the North Air Park area of
The comment period is reopened until March 27, 1989.
The application and amendment material are available for public
inspection at the following locations:
U.S. Department of Commerce, District Office,
701 C Street,
Anchorage, AK 99513.
Office of the Executive Secretary,
Foreign-Trade Zones Board,
U.S. Department of Commerce, Room 2835,
14th & Pennsylvania Avenue, NW.,
Washington, DC 20230.
Dated: February 22, 1989.
John J. DaPonte, Jr.,
[FR Doc. 89-4620 Filed 2-27-89; 8:45 am]
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