Alaska Statutes.
Title 38. Public Land
Chapter 50. Exchange of State Land
Section 120. Public Hearings.
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AS 38.50.120. Public Hearings.

(a) The commissioner may hold as many public hearings as is considered appropriate. For an exchange of state land having an appraised or estimated fair market value of more than $5,000,000, there shall be at least three public hearings in one or more municipalities close to the state land proposed for exchange before it is submitted to the legislature for approval.

(b) A person who desires to testify at a hearing shall be provided an opportunity to do so, subject to reasonable time limits. In addition, the director shall hold the hearing record open for at least two weeks following the conclusion of a hearing in order to receive supplemental or additional statements.

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