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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 35. Municipal Powers and Duties
- Section 490. Service Areas in Second and Third Class Boroughs.
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AS 29.35.490. Service Areas in Second and Third Class Boroughs.
- (a) A second class borough may exercise in a service area any power granted a first class city by law or a nonareawide
power that may be exercised by a first class borough if
- (1) the exercise of the power is approved by a majority of the voters residing in the service area; or
- (2) all owners of real property in the service area consent in writing to the exercise of the power if no voters reside in
the service area.
- (b) If the exercise of the power is approved by a majority of the voters residing in the service area, a third class
borough may exercise in a service area any power not otherwise prohibited by law.
- (c) A second or third class borough may establish a service area that includes only vacant, unappropriated, and unreserved
land owned by the borough. A second or third class borough may establish a service area, with the concurrence of the
commissioner of natural resources, that includes only vacant, unappropriated, and unreserved land owned by the state
and classified for disposal to individuals. By ordinance a second or third class borough may provide the services in a
service area established under this subsection necessary to develop state or municipal land as required by the
planning, platting, and land use regulations of the borough.
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