Alaska Statutes.
Title 3. Agriculture and Animals
Chapter 20. Agricultural and Industrial Fairs
Section 50. More Than One Association and Fair Permitted.
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AS 03.20.050. More Than One Association and Fair Permitted.

Nothing in this chapter prohibits the formation of more than one agricultural and industrial fair association in each house district or the holding of an agricultural and industrial fair in several places in each district. When more than one association is formed in a house district or when a fair is held in more than one place in the district, the minimum operational aid is $250. When more than one association applies for the benefits of this chapter, the commissioner shall divide the money allotted to the district among the applicants in proportion to the amount justified at the time of application.

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