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To be eligible for consideration for recognition as an "appropriate village entity," an entity must, at minimum, meet all of the following standards:
(1) the entity must be an active organization (but not necessarily a formal organization having its own independent legal identity) which represents, in a traditional or democratic manner, the collective views of the bona fide residents of the village; and
(2) there must be no substantial and particularized objection by any bona fide resident to the entity's suitability to represent accurately and effectively the collective views of the bona fide residents of the village; however, such an objection will only constitute a bar to eligibility if it is substantial in the judgment of the commissioner and if it addresses itself to the entity's overall suitability rather than only to the entity's position on a specific substantive issue.
History: Eff. 9/21/79, Register 71
Authority: AS 44.33.755 (b)
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