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(a) Appointments. A three-member Emergency Rent Review Board is created in each area in which a housing emergency is declared by the governor to exist. Within 20 days after the housing emergency is declared, members will be appointed by the governor in the following manner, assuring insofar as possible an equal representation of the interests of landlords and tenants:
(1) one member will be appointed from a list of three names submitted by the borough assembly;
(2) one member will be appointed from a list of three names submitted by the city council;
(3) one member will be appointed at-large by the governor.
(b) Failure to Nominate. If the governing body of a municipality fails to provide the governor with its list of candidates within 10 days after the housing emergency is declared, the governor will appoint another at-large member.
(c) Single Government Areas. If only a single municipal government exists in the emergency area, two members of the board will be appointed by the governor from a list of five names submitted by the municipal government within 10 days after the housing emergency is declared.
(d) Vacancies. If a vacancy occurs, the original recommending authority shall, within 10 days, submit a list of three names to the governor for appointment. If the vacancy is in the position of the at-large member, the governor will appoint a person to fill the vacancy within 10 days. A board member who has three consecutive, unexcused absences is considered to have resigned from his or her board.
History: Eff. 5/6/75, Register 54; am 11/15/75, Register 56
Authority: AS 34.06.020
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