Alaska Statutes.
Title 39. Public Officers and Employees
Chapter 23. State Officers Compensation Commission
Section 200. Compensation Commission Established.
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AS 39.23.200. Compensation Commission Established.

(a) The State Officers Compensation Commission is established. The commission is composed of seven members appointed by the governor subject to confirmation by a majority of the legislature in joint session. Members serve for staggered terms of four years. Commission membership shall include at least one business executive, one representative of a nonpartisan voters' organization, one person with experience in public administration, and one representative of a labor organization. Except as provided in AS 39.05.080 (4), a vacancy shall be filled for the balance of the unexpired term. A commission member may serve no more than two complete consecutive terms.

(b) The commission shall elect a member to chair its meetings. A majority of the commission members constitutes a quorum to transact business. The affirmative vote of four members is required to approve the commission's recommendations on compensation.

(c) The commission shall meet every other year at the call of the chair. Notice of a meeting shall be mailed to each member at least 15 days before the date scheduled for the meeting.

(d) The commission shall hold a public hearing to discuss its findings and recommendations before submitting its final report to the legislature.

(e) The commission shall be established in the Office of the Governor.

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