Native Alaskans have rejected a request by a private developer to build and run an alligator farm in the town of Fairbanks. The vote to turn down the zoning request came the same day that the permitting office received information that linked the developer to the PUAA. It was later discovered that the developer, a Mr. John "Tail Wiggler" Doe, was actually a board member of the PUAA. Mr. Doe advised that although he was disappointed with the permitting office's decision, he believed that his company would now have to try to get permits approved in Washington State as, quote, "Them dog gone Alaskans can be so cold to people that simply love Crocodilians." Wanna kill these ads? We can help!