Alaska Statutes.
Title 19. Highways and Ferries
Chapter 27. Junk Yards
Section 20. Limitations of Junk Yards.
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AS 19.27.020. Limitations of Junk Yards.

A person may not establish, operate, or maintain a junk yard, any portion of which is within 1,000 feet of the nearest edge of the right-of-way of any interstate, primary or secondary highway or other road maintained by the state, except the following:

(1) those which are screened by natural objects, plantings, fences, or other appropriate means so as not to be visible from the main-traveled way of the interstate and primary systems or other roads maintained by the state, or otherwise removed from sight;

(2) those located within areas which are zoned for industrial use under authority of law;

(3) those located within unzoned industrial areas, which areas shall be determined from actual land uses and defined by regulations to be adopted by the department.

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