Alaska Statutes.
Title 42. Public Utilities and Carriers
Chapter 40. Alaska Railroad Corporation
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Chapter 40. Alaska Railroad Corporation

Section 10. Establishment of the Corporation.
Section 20. Board of Directors.
Section 30. Term of Office.
Section 40. Vacancies.
Section 50. Compensation and Expenses.
Section 60. Board Officers.
Section 100. Management By the Board.
Section 110. Executive Officers.
Section 120. Delegation.
Section 150. Meetings of the Board.
Section 160. Quorum and Voting.
Section 170. Executive Sessions.
Section 180. Rules.
Section 190. Emergency Rules.
Section 200. Validity of Rules.
Section 205. Application of AS 42.40.180
Section 210. Previously Adopted Rules and Orders.
Section 220. Public Disclosure of Information.
Section 230. Conflicts of Interest. [Repealed, Sec. 103, 198 Ch 74 SLA 1998].
Section 250. General Powers.
Section 260. Annual Report.
Section 270. Audits.
Section 280. State Oversight Reports.
Section 285. Legislative Approval Required.
Section 290. Long-Range Capital Improvement and Program Plan.
Section 300. Use of Corporation Assets.
Section 310. Indemnification.
Section 350. Land.
Section 355. Prohibition.
Section 360. Request For Land.
Section 370. Conveyance of Land.
Section 380. Use of State Land.
Section 385. Eminent Domain.
Section 390. Land Use Rules.
Section 400. Vacation of Easements.
Section 410. Federal Land.
Section 420. Public Use of Railroad Land.
Section 430. Acquisition of Government Property.
Section 435. Exchange of Land.
Section 440. Use of Pesticides and Herbicides.
Section 450. Adverse Possession.
Section 460. Extension of the Alaska Railroad.
Section 465. Extension of the Alaska Railroad to Connect With the North American Railroad System.
Section 500. Limitation of Liability.
Section 510. Fidelity Bond.
Section 520. Insurance.
Section 530. Revenue.
Section 540. Appropriations.
Section 550. Extension of Railroad to Fort Greely.
Section 560. North Slope Natural Gas Pipeline.
Section 570. Kenai Gasification Project.
Section 600. General Provisions.
Section 610. Negotiable Instruments.
Section 620. Bonds Eligible For Investment.
Section 630. Payment of Bonds.
Section 640. Security For Bonds.
Section 650. Independent Financial Advisor.
Section 660. Validity of Signatures.
Section 670. Validity of Pledge.
Section 675. Pledge of the State.
Section 680. Remedies.
Section 690. Credit of State Not Pledged.
Section 695. Public Purpose of Bonds.
Section 700. Limitation On Personal Liability.
Section 705. Political Activities.
Section 710. Corporation Employees.
Section 720. Collective Bargaining Rights.
Section 730. Railroad Labor Relations Agency.
Section 740. Collective Bargaining Unit.
Section 750. Representatives and Elections.
Section 760. Unfair Labor Practices.
Section 770. Investigation and Conciliation of Complaints.
Section 780. Complaint and Accusation.
Section 790. Orders and Decisions.
Section 800. Enforcement By Injunction.
Section 810. Power to Investigate and Compel Testimony.
Section 820. Regulations.
Section 830. Penalty For Violation of Order or Decision.
Section 840. Mediation.
Section 850. Strikes.
Section 860. Agreements.
Section 870. Organization Dues and Employee Benefits; Deduction and Authorization.
Section 880. Exemption.
Section 885. Prohibited Acts.
Section 890. Definitions For AS 42.40.710
Section 900. Claims.
Section 905. Notice of Legal Actions.
Section 910. Exemption From Taxation.
Section 915. Transportation of Members of the Alaska Organized Militia.
Section 920. Application of Existing Laws.
Section 930. Conflicting Laws Inapplicable.
Section 935. Railroad Facilities Code Compliance.
Section 940. Sale or Lease of the Railroad.
Section 950. Reversion of Assets.
Section 980. Definitions.
Section 990. Short Title.


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