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Table 3-5. Other Attributes of Public Health Infrastructure, by Evaluation Site

Site A

B

Source of Water & Treatment

Sewage Treatment

Indoor Plumbing

Water Fluoridation

Direct Flights to Anchoragea

No. of Schools/ Students

Yes

7/1,761

Lake reservoir, treated

Piped and treated

95% of homes connected to sewage system

Yes

Creek, treated

Piped and treated

All but two households connected to water/sewage system

Noc

ƒ ƒ

Yes

1/164

ƒ ƒ

Top Employersb Tribal Health Consortium Local school district Area school district Regional economic development council City government Local school system

ƒ ƒ ƒ ƒ

Top Occupations Retail salespersons Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers Meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers Elementary school teachers

River, treated

Waste carried to sewage lagoon

Minority of homes have functioning plumbing; most use honey buckets

No

No

1/166

ƒ ƒ

D

Creek reservoir, treated

Sewage lagoon

Most homes connected to sewage system

No

Yes

1/178

ƒ Local school system ƒ City government

ƒ Construction laborers ƒ Cashiers

E

Well, treated

Sewage lagoon

Majority of homes connected to piped water/sewer system

No

No

1/234

ƒ Local school system ƒ Local government

ƒ Teacher assistants ƒ Cashiers

3-12

C

a b c

ƒ Operating engineers/other construction equipment ƒ Cashiers

Or other international airport Source: http://labor.alaska.gov/research/alari/ Site B had water fluoridation at its main water treatment facility until mid-2009, when the water treatment technician who was certified to oversee water fluoridation passed away. A water treatment worker certified to oversee fluoridation has not yet been hired as a replacement.

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