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(a) No later than 25 days after receipt of the department's notice of acceptance of the petition for filing, the petitioner shall hand-deliver or mail, postage prepaid, one complete set of petition documents to every municipality within an area extending 20 miles beyond the boundaries of the territory proposed for change, and to other interested persons and entities designated by the department. Copies of the petition documents, including maps and other exhibits, must conform to the originals in color, size, and other distinguishing characteristics.
(b) From the first date of publication of notice of the filing of the petition under 3 AAC 110.450(a) (1), through the last date on which the petition may be subject to action by the commission, including the last date of proceedings of the commission ordered by a court of competent jurisdiction, the petitioner shall make a full set of petition documents, including public notices, responsive briefs, the reply brief, and department reports, available for review by the public at a central and convenient location such as a municipal office or public library. The petition documents must be available for review during normal working hours, and the petitioner shall accommodate specific requests for public review of the petition documents at reasonable times in the evening and on weekend days. All published and posted notices of filing of a petition must identify the specific location of the petition documents, and the hours when the documents can be reviewed.
History: Eff. 7/31/92, Register 123; am 5/19/2002, Register 162
Authority: Art. X, sec. 12,
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