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Alaska Administrative Code
Title 03 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 110 . Municipal Boundary Changes

Chapter 110. Municipal Boundary Changes

Section 5 . Community
Section 10 . Need
Section 20 . Resources
Section 30 . Population
Section 40 . Boundaries
Section 42 . Best interests of state
Section 45 . Community of interests
Section 50 . Population
Section 55 . Resources
Section 60 . Boundaries
Section 65 . Best interests of state
Section 90 . Needs of the territory
Section 100 . Character
Section 110 . Resources
Section 120 . Population
Section 130 . Boundaries
Section 135 . Best interests of state
Section 140 . Legislative review
Section 150 . Local action
Section 160 . Community of interests
Section 170 . Population
Section 180 . Resources
Section 190 . Boundaries
Section 195 . Best interests of state
Section 200 . Legislative review
Section 210 . Local action
Section 220 . Standards
Section 230 . Local option
Section 240 . Standards
Section 250 . Local option
Section 260 . Best interests of state
Section 270 . Best interests of state
Section 280 . Commission standards
Section 290 . Local option standards
Section 300 . Best interests of state
Section 310 . Commission standards
Section 320 . Local option standards
Section 330 . Best interests of state
Section 340 . Application of incorporation standards
Section 350 . Best interests standard for a proposed second class city in the unorganized borough
Section 360 . Best interests standard for a proposed first class city in the unorganized borough
Section 370 . Best interests standard for cities within an organized borough
Section 400 . Applicability
Section 410 . Petitioners
Section 420 . Petition
Section 425 . Legislative review annexation petitions
Section 430 . Consolidation of petitions
Section 440 . Technical review of petition
Section 450 . Notice of petition
Section 460 . Service of petition
Section 470 . Proof of notice and service
Section 480 . Responsive briefs and written comments
Section 490 . Reply brief
Section 500 . Limitations on advocacy
Section 510 . Informational sessions
Section 520 . Departmental public meetings
Section 530 . Departmental report
Section 540 . Amendments and withdrawal
Section 550 . Commission public hearing
Section 560 . Commission hearing procedures
Section 570 . Decisional meeting
Section 580 . Reconsideration
Section 590 . Certain local action annexations
Section 600 . Local action/local option elections
Section 610 . Legislative review
Section 620 . Judicial review
Section 630 . Effective date and certification
Section 640 . Scheduling
Section 650 . Resubmittals and reversals
Section 660 . Purpose of procedural regulations; relaxation or suspension of procedural regulation
Section 900 . Transition
Section 910 . Statement of non-discrimination
Section 920 . Determination of community
Section 970 . Determination of essential city or borough services
Section 980 . Determination of best interests of the state
Section 990 . Definitions

Editor's note: As of July 31, 1992, Register 123, this chapter (formerly 19 AAC 10) was reorganized and the new organization is substantially different from what preceded it. Except for 3 AAC 110.045 - 3 AAC 110.060 (Article 2) (formerly 19 AAC 10.045 - 19 AAC 10.060 (Article 2)), the history notes do not reflect the history of section numbers or the subject matter of those sections before Register 123. Except for Article 2, each article has been rewritten in its entirety.

As of Register 151 (October 1999), the provisions of former 19 AAC 10 were relocated by the regulations attorney under AS 44.62.125 (b)(6) to 3 AAC 110, in accordance with ch. 58, SLA 1999.


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