Alaska Statutes.
Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
Chapter 7. Village Safe Water Act
Section 30. Nature and Location of Facilities.
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AS 46.07.030. Nature and Location of Facilities.

(a) A facility constructed under authority of this chapter shall be available for use by the public and shall be designed to assure year-round use. The facility shall include, at a minimum, a source of clean water, such as a well with pumping facilities or utilization of surface water treated so it is safe and healthful for use, shower bath facilities, an adequate means of hygienic sewage disposal, and facilities for the washing of clothes. The building housing the facility shall also contain, if the commissioner determines it to be feasible and appropriate, suitable quarters to be used as a community health service office.

(b) The location of a facility constructed under this chapter shall be determined by the commissioner after consultation with the governing body of the village in which the facility is located, as well as with appropriate public agencies. The aim of the consultation is to achieve maximum coordination in public development plans and activities affecting the community in which the facility is to serve.

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