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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 4. Classification of Municipalities
- Section 60. Reclassification of Third Class Boroughs.
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. Reclassification of Second Class Boroughs.
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AS 29.04.060. Reclassification of Third Class Boroughs.
- (a) A third class borough may reclassify as a first or second class borough in the manner provided by AS 29.35.320
- 29.35.330 for the addition of an areawide power by
a first or second class borough, except the petition or proposal requests reclassification instead of requesting
addition of a power. At the time of voting on reclassification of a third class borough to first or second class
status, voters shall vote also on whether the borough shall, on reclassification, retain a combined assembly and school
board or elect a separate assembly and board as otherwise provided for first and second class boroughs.
- (b) If a combined assembly and school board are approved at the reclassification election, the assembly serving at the
time of the election continues to serve as the assembly and board on voter approval of reclassification and until terms
of assembly members expire as provided before reclassification.
- (c) If a separate assembly and school board are approved at the reclassification election, a school board shall be elected
in conformity with AS 14.12.030
- 14.12.100 at the next regular election, if it
occurs within 90 days of the date of the reclassification election, or otherwise at a special election within 90 days
of the date of the reclassification election. Expiration dates of terms of school board members elected at a special
election must coincide with the date of the regular election. Until a board is elected and qualified, the assembly
continues to serve as the board.
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