Alaska Statutes.
Title 19. Highways and Ferries
Chapter 30. Access Roads
Section 45. Canadian Minerals.
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AS 19.30.045. Canadian Minerals.

The state may elect, at the joint discretion of the commissioners of transportation and public facilities and natural resources, to authorize participation in a similar manner to that authorized in AS 19.30.020 - 19.30.040, in construction and maintenance of developmental access roads to the state border for the development of mineral resources that are in adjacent Canadian land if access roads are the most feasible way of developing those mineral resources, and if it is considered by the commissioners to be in the interest of the state to construct the roads; however, the state may participate up to $50,000, or up to one-third of the cost of construction and of the maintenance of these roads in the state, whichever is lower.

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