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Only persons who are bona fide residents of the village, as that term is defined in 3 AAC 190.990, on the date of a meeting or referendum may vote on a proposition or sign a resolution. A person whose claim as a bona fide village resident is challenged by another bona fide village resident may cast a challenged vote at a village meeting, or sign a resolution or referendum under protest. A challenged vote will be given weight by the commissioner, if at all, only if its inclusion in the tabulation of votes would determine the outcome of votes on the proposition. If it is necessary to determine the validity of a challenged vote, the commissioner will
(1) attempt to resolve the dispute by informal discussion and mediation at the time and place where the dispute first arises;
(2) failing successful discussion and mediation, hold an informal hearing to resolve the dispute;
(3) instead of or after the steps in (1) and (2) of this section, initiate formal decision-making procedures under 3 AAC 190.950(3) .
History: Eff. 9/21/79, Register 71; am 11/19/88, Register 108
Authority: AS 44.33.755 (b)
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