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From 1973 to 2002 Clark represented the timber and mining clients in Southeast Alaska. He was Alaska counsel for Alaska Pulp Corporation in Sitka, Alaska. In that capacity he handled environmental matters and natural resource litigation. He was involved in the State and Federal permitting for the Pogo Mine near Delta, Alaska, the Fort Know Mine near Fairbanks, Alaska and the environmental “cleanup” of the pulp mill after it closed in 1994. For their efforts to keep the Capitol in Juneau, the Juneau Chamber of Commerce named Mayor Bill Overstreet and Clark as joint Persons of the Year in 1982. In 2002, Clark was appointed Chief-of-Staff by Governor Frank Murkowski. As Chief-of-Staff he managed the Governor’s cabinet and served as the State’s chief gas pipeline negotiator. In 2006 the State’s gas line team successfully negotiated a draft contract between the State and the North Slope producers to construct a gas