Alaska Statutes.
Title 44. State Government
Chapter 62. Administrative Procedure Act
Section 200. Contents of Notice.
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AS 44.62.200. Contents of Notice.

(a) The notice of proposed adoption, amendment, or repeal of a regulation must include

(1) a statement of the time, place, and nature of proceedings for adoption, amendment, or repeal of the regulation;

(2) reference to the authority under which the regulation is proposed and a reference to the particular code section or other provisions of law that are being implemented, interpreted, or made specific;

(3) an informative summary of the proposed subject of agency action;

(4) other matters prescribed by a statute applicable to the specific agency or to the specific regulation or class of regulations;

(5) a summary of the fiscal information required to be prepared under AS 44.62.195 .

(b) A regulation that is adopted, amended, or repealed may vary in content from the summary specified in (a)(3) of this section if the subject matter of the regulation remains the same and the original notice was written so as to assure that members of the public are reasonably notified of the proposed subject of agency action in order for them to determine whether their interests could be affected by agency action on that subject.

(c) An agency that issues a notice under this section shall assure that the notice is prepared in a form adequate for posting on the Alaska Online Public Notice System.

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