- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 3. Environmental Conservation
- Section 311. Public Records.
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AS 46.03.311. Public Records.
- (a) Permits, permit applications, records, reports, and information and documentation obtained under AS 46.03.302
- 46.03.308 are available to the public for
inspection and copying. However, upon a showing satisfactory to the commissioner that a record, report, permit,
application, or information would, if made public, divulge methods or processes entitled to protection as trade
secrets, the commissioner shall treat the record, report, permit, application, or information as confidential.
- (b) Information that is confidential may be transmitted under a continuing restriction of confidentiality to other
officers, employees, or authorized representatives of the state or of the United States if
- (1) the person responsible for furnishing the record, report, permit, application, or information to which the information
pertains is informed at least two weeks before the transmittal; and
- (2) the information has been acquired by the department under the provisions of AS 46.03.296
- (c) This section does not limit the department's authority to release confidential information during emergency
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