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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 26. Military Affairs, Veterans, and Disasters
- Chapter 23. Disasters
- Section 140. Local Disaster Emergencies.
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AS 26.23.140. Local Disaster Emergencies.
- (a) A local disaster emergency may be declared only by the principal executive officer of a political subdivision. It may
not be continued or renewed for a period in excess of seven days, except by or with the consent of the governing board
of the political subdivision. An order or proclamation declaring, continuing, or terminating a local disaster emergency
shall be given prompt and general publicity, and shall be filed promptly with the Alaska division of homeland security
and emergency management and the appropriate municipal clerk.
- (b) The effect of a declaration of a local disaster emergency is to activate the response and recovery aspects of any and
all applicable local or interjurisdictional disaster emergency plans, and to authorize the furnishing of aid and
assistance under those plans.
- (c) A representative of an interjurisdictional disaster planning and service area may not declare a local disaster
emergency unless expressly authorized by the principal executive officer of each political subdivision in the emergency
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