Former owner of Glenn Custom Milling in Shelton, Washington, plans to build lumber mill in Wrangell or Petersburg, Alaska, creating up to 50 jobs

LOS ANGELES , September 23, 2011 () – The owner of a former millwork business is planning to build a sawmill in Southeast Alaska, which could employ up to 50 workers.

John Glenn owned Glenn Custom Milling, in Shelton, Washington, and first tried to launch his sawmill project in 2004, Building-Products.com reported on Sept. 22.

Glenn is now proposing to build a sawmilling facility for the production of construction-grade lumber in either Wrangell or Petersburg, Alaska. He said the mill would process a combination of old-growth and second-growth timber and create 40-50 jobs.

The primary source of this article is Building-Products.com, Newport Beach, California, on Sept. 22, 2011.

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