Unalaska's Wildlife Trooper post is shrinking once again.
This summer, the state is cutting a public safety technician, reducing the island's once-large posting to a one-man operation.
"Dutch Harbor used to have three troopers, a sergeant ..."
Damian Lopez Plancarte is currently one-half of the Wildlife Trooper post in Unalaska — a post that used to encompass a lot more than two men.
"Like, five boat people and two administrative people were here," he says. "That was back during the crab derby days."