Alaskan winter is upon us.
As a bonus, the city of Anchorage, Alaska, just got a massive chain saw mill.
The machine is called the Alaskans Chain Saw mill, and it’s going to get a new lease on life soon.
The mill will be built in the town of Anchorage’s small village of Tux Town, and the first set of operators are expected to begin operating in the spring of 2018.
Tux’s community of just over 50 residents is located in a remote area of the state’s northernmost counties.
This year, the village’s population of about 80 residents was down from around 350 last year.
The town’s residents have long complained about the lack of access to a steady supply of wood, so the Tux Village mill will provide the locals with a means of making wood at home.
According to Alaskas Department of Energy, the mill will use about 15-20% of the village community’s annual wood output, with a minimum of 30 tons of wood produced per year.
That’s just enough wood to make one table, according to the Altsas Energy and Environment Department.
The Tux mill will also employ some of the town’s young residents, who will be able to use the wood for a variety of projects.
The village mill will have the capability to produce around 200-250 tons of lumber per year, with the rest of the wood being sold off to the local lumberjack for use in other uses.
In total, the Tussin mill will produce around 70,000 tons of logs, and will be the largest wood mill in Alaska.
Alaskys Department of the Interior and the Department of Defense are helping the Trench Hill Mill get going.
The Mill has been approved to operate in the Trenches Hills Regional Park in the city’s northern suburbs, which is home to a handful of small towns and small villages.
The agency has granted the Mill the “right of way” to clear brush on the public lands for their own use.
Trenches Hill is a rural area with a population of just 3,000, so it’s a rural community that the mill can easily access.
The city of Trench Hills will also be able access the Mill’s milling operations through a small community park, called the Tresco Community Park.
The park, which will be accessible to residents and visitors from the Topsfield, is located on a property that’s approximately 7,000 square feet.
There’s also a picnic area with picnic tables and a picnic kitchen that will serve as a place for residents to gather and cook up a meal while working on their own projects.
A couple of years ago, the town was looking to sell off the land that was owned by the TTSD to make room for a new mill.
At that time, the land was located in the same part of the Tlessee Mountain National Park that the Tunske Mill is located.
However, when the town sold the land in 2018, it didn’t allow the Tske Mill to operate on the land.
The community asked the city for permission to buy the land from the municipality.
In order to move forward, the community hired an independent consultant to help them find a buyer.
The group hired a local architect, who then came up with a plan to develop the site.
The land was divided into three parcels, and each parcel had an equal share of the mill’s timber.
The site was also divided into two smaller parcels to give the village access to both of the smaller parcels, while keeping the mill off the larger parcel.
The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2020, and is expected have the Tutske Mill operate on land that’s currently owned by TTSE and TTSH.
According, the new mill will make a significant contribution to Trenches, the entire community and the surrounding area.
The small village will have a place to park their truck, and be able bring in some wood that they’ll be able use to construct a shed for their house.
Additionally, the Town will be getting access to the TSSD’s Trench Spring River, which they’ve been struggling with for years.
The Town has long been complaining about the tributaries that flow into the Tucks Lake watershed, and they’ve long been trying to get access to those tributary streams for themselves.
The tributarys are also the main sources of drinking water for Trench, and are often considered by many residents to be a key source of water.
As the Tsses spring begins to dry up, the communities efforts to improve their water supplies will become even more critical.