Alcoa is leaving town and they own lots of land. Their land was carved out of the state forest in 1961 and zoned for special use. The plans that have been submitted by Alcoa and DELWP require council to rezone in order for Alcoa to make a windfall profit. The original agreement to provide Alcoa with land forbid any future rezoning for residential, industrial or commercial purposes.
Before we let an American corporation rewrite the landscape and dynamic of our town to take off with a pile of money, let's talk about the future of Anglesea and the legacy we are leaving our children.