In the mid-1960s, Robert "Tiny" Schasteen embarked on a life-changing adventure when he relocated to Unalaska, Alaska, to work in the thriving world of seafood production. It was within the bustling halls of PanAlaska where Schasteen crossed paths with the love of his life, Calette. Over the next nearly 40-plus years, Unalaska became his cherished home. He was known for his boundless generosity, quick wit, and contagious laughter. His involvement extended to public service and he was elected to Unalaska's City Council.
Today is the deadline to submit public comment on the city's permit application for its roughly $54 million dollar Captains Bay Road project. The proposed…