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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 20. Municipal Officers and Employees
- Section 380. Municipal Clerk.
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AS 29.20.380. Municipal Clerk.
- (a) The municipal clerk shall
- (1) attend meetings of the governing body and its boards and committees as required and keep the journal;
- (2) have custody of the official municipal seal;
- (3) assure that notice and other requirements for public meetings are complied with and assure that public records are
available for public inspection as required by law;
- (4) manage municipal records and develop retention schedules and procedures for inventory, storage, and destruction of
records as necessary;
- (5) maintain an indexed file of all permanent municipal records, provide for codification of ordinances, and authenticate
or certify records as necessary;
- (6) prepare agendas and agenda packets as required by the governing body;
- (7) administer all municipal elections;
- (8) assure that the municipality complies with 42 U.S.C. 1971-1974 (Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended);
- (9) take oaths, affirmations, and acknowledgements as necessary;
- (10) act as the parliamentary advisor to the governing body;
- (11) perform other duties required by law, the governing body, or the chief administrator.
- (b) The governing body may combine the office of clerk with that of treasurer. If the offices are combined, the
clerk-treasurer shall, as required of the treasurer, give bond to the municipality for the faithful performance of the
duties as clerk-treasurer.
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