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Topic - Jim "Cannonball" Butler
Jim Butler, a commercial set-net fisherman and a representative of the Kenai Peninsula Fishermen's Association, said the loss of fishing opportunity will not be equally shared with anglers.
City accountant Jim Butler told the council that "a decent cushion, a decent fund balance" for Westwego, based on its $17 million operating budget, would be $2 million.