- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 40. The Alaska Coastal Management Program
- Section 140. Coastal Resource Service Area Boards.
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. Elections in Coastal Resource Service Areas.
AS 46.40.140. Coastal Resource Service Area Boards.
- (a) Each coastal resource service area shall have an elected board representing the population of the service area. The
board shall have the powers and duties and perform the functions prescribed for or required of coastal resource
- (b) A coastal resource service area board shall contain seven members. Board members shall be elected at large by the
qualified voters of the coastal resource service area.
- (c) [Repealed, Sec. 44 ch 24 SLA 2003].
- (d) The term of office of a member of a coastal resource service area board is three years. Members serve until their
successors are elected and have qualified. This section does not prohibit the reelection of a board member.
- (e) The lieutenant governor shall provide for the election of the members of coastal resource service area boards.
- (f) Election of members of coastal resource service area boards shall be held annually on the date of election of members
of regional educational attendance area boards under AS 14.08.071
(b). If no candidate files for election to a seat on the coastal resource service area board, the seat is considered
vacant at the time a newly elected member would have taken office.
- (g) A seat on a coastal resource service area board shall be declared vacant by the board if the criteria under AS 14.08.045
(a) apply to the person elected. A vacancy on a coastal resource service area board shall be filled by appointment as
provided in AS 14.12.070
for vacancies in the membership of regional educational attendance area boards.
- (h) Members of coastal resource service area boards are subject to recall on the same grounds and in the same manner as
provided for recall of municipal officials in AS 29.26.240
- 29.26.350. The lieutenant governor functions in
place of the assembly or council and municipal clerk for receipt and review of recall petitions and the conduct of
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