Alaska Statutes.
Title 38. Public Land
Chapter 50. Exchange of State Land
Section 100. Finding Requirement as to Alternatives.
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AS 38.50.100. Finding Requirement as to Alternatives.

Before circulating notice under AS 38.50.110 , the director shall consider other alternatives to achieve the objectives of the proposed exchange in an effort to determine whether the proposed exchange will best serve the public interest. In making this determination, the director shall consider, among other things, the advantages and disadvantages of acquiring the land or interest in land for the state by means of purchase, lease, or selection under the Alaska Statehood Act, or condemnation. In addition, the director shall consider alternatives to the disposal through exchange of the state land or interest in land, including, but not limited to, lease or sale.

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