- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 40. The Alaska Coastal Management Program
- Section 190. Cooperative Administration.
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AS 46.40.190. Cooperative Administration.
- (a) A city within the coastal area that is not part of a coastal resource service area shall be included for purposes of
this chapter within an adjacent coastal resource service area unless its governing body, by resolution adopted by a
majority of its membership, chooses to exclude the city from an adjacent coastal resource service area and a copy of
the resolution is filed with the commissioner of commerce, community, and economic development.
- (b) This chapter does not restrict or prohibit cooperative or joint administration of functions between a municipality and
a coastal resource service area organized under the provisions of this chapter upon initiation of a mutual agreement
for the purpose. A city that elects to be excluded from an adjacent coastal resource service area under (a) of this
section shall enter into a mutual agreement for cooperative or joint administration of functions with the coastal
resource service area board from the adjacent coastal resource service area.
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