Alaska Statutes.
Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
Chapter 11. Licensing
Section 310. Notice of Application.
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AS 04.11.310. Notice of Application.

(a) Before a new license is issued, or transfer of location or transfer of a license to another person is approved, the applicant must post a copy of the application for 10 days at the location of the proposed licensed premises and at any additional locations designated by the board. The board may require the applicant (1) to provide a copy of the application to newspapers, radio and television stations for public service announcement or (2) to provide paid notice of the application once each week for three successive weeks in a newspaper or by radio. The notice required in this subsection must be in more than one language when the board decides it is necessary.

(b) Upon receipt of an application for the issuance, renewal, relocation, or transfer of ownership of a license for premises or proposed premises that are located within one-half mile of the boundary of a community council established by municipal charter or ordinance, the board shall

(1) immediately provide written notice of the application to

(A) the community council; and

(B) any nonprofit community organization that has requested notification in writing; and

(2) at least 10 days before the date set for board action on the application provide written notice of the proposed action and the time and place for a hearing to

(A) the community council; and

(B) any nonprofit community organization that has requested notification in writing.

Article 04. DENIAL, SUSPENSION, OR REVOCATION OF LICENSES AND PERMITS

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