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(a) It is the intent of the Alaska regional economic assistance program that Alaska regional development organization boards have private sector economic development and business orientation. To conform to AS 44.33.026 (e), representation on the board should include locally elected public officials; the principal economic interests of the region, including business, service industry, transportation, utilities, and labor; the professions; and educational institutions.
(b) If an Alaska regional development organization is composed of a single organized municipality or a regional Native corporation, it is the responsibility of the applicant to demonstrate how the interests listed in (a) of this section will be represented on the board.
(c) An Alaska regional development organization board with a large number of members, as determined by the department, must appoint an executive committee to be responsible for program administration.
History: Eff. 2/22/89, Register 109
Authority: AS 44.33.020
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