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Anti-zoning key to Palin's early record

Sought to block plan for Wasilla

The Fred Meyer store stands at the intersection of the Palmer-Wasilla and Parks highways, near Wasilla Lake. The Fred Meyer store stands at the intersection of the Palmer-Wasilla and Parks highways, near Wasilla Lake. (Frank P. Flavin/WPN for The Boston Globe)
By Sasha Issenberg
Globe Staff / October 12, 2008

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WASILLA, Alaska - Days after Sarah Palin became Mayor John Stein's only serious challenger in 1996, the 32-year-old city councilwoman stood and cast a proud, dissenting vote against one of Stein's greatest achievements: the first zoning plan in Wasilla's history. (Full article: 1444 words)

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