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Title 3 . Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
Chapter 110 . Municipal Boundary Changes
Section 50. Population

3 AAC 110.050. Population

(a) The population of a proposed borough must be sufficiently large and stable to support the proposed borough government. In this regard, the commission may consider relevant factors, including

(1) total census enumerations;

(2) durations of residency;

(3) historical population patterns;

(4) seasonal population changes; and

(5) age distributions.

(b) Absent a specific and persuasive showing to the contrary, the commission will presume that the population is not large enough and stable enough to support the proposed borough government unless at least 1,000 permanent residents live in the proposed borough.

History: Eff. 10/12/91, Register 120; am 5/19/2002, Register 162

Authority: Art. X, sec. 12,

Ak Const.

AS 29.05.031

AS 44.33.812

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