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If a majority of the voters vote under AS 04.11.491 (a)(2) or (b)(2) to prohibit sale of alcoholic beverages except by the type or types of licensees or permit holders listed on the ballot, the board may not issue, renew, or transfer between persons or locations a license for premises located within the boundaries of the municipality and in unincorporated areas within five miles of the boundaries of the municipality or within the perimeter of the established village, except the type or types of licenses listed on the ballot. A license in effect within the boundaries of the municipality or perimeter of the established village, and in unincorporated areas within five miles of the boundaries of the municipality, except the type of license listed on the ballot, is void 90 days after the results of the election are certified. A license that expires during the 90 days after the results of a local option election are certified may be extended, until it is void under this section, by payment of a prorated portion of the biennial license fee.
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