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(a) Whenever public notice is required under a regulation in this chapter, unless the regulation specifically requires a different kind of notice, the public notice must contain, at a minimum
(1) an informative summary of the proposed or requested action;
(2) a statement of the time, place, and nature of any meeting, hearing, or other proceeding to be held in respect to the proposed or requested action; and
(3) a reference to the legal authority under which the action is proposed or requested to be taken.
(b) Publication and posting of public notice will consist of at least two of the following:
(1) publication of a notice in the Tundra Times and one other newspaper of general circulation distributed within the village, if any, at least once, no more than eight and not less than two weeks before the date of the proposed action or proceeding;
(2) posting of a written notice in at least one conspicuous public location in the Native village for a substantially uninterrupted duration of at least one week within the time period during which publication is permitted under (1) of this subsection, or for at least one week immediately before any proposed meeting, hearing, or other proceeding, unless the village is a "vacant" village as described in 3 AAC 190.290; for a vacant village, posting of the written notice will occur in at least one conspicuous public location in the locality in Alaska, if any, where the majority of the group described in 3 AAC 190.290 resides; and
(3) publication of a notice through broadcast on the electronic media serving the area; such a notice will be broadcast at least twice a day on five or more days; the broadcasts will occur within a period of no more than eight and not less than two weeks before the date of the proposed action or proceeding.
History: Eff. 9/21/79, Register 71; am 11/19/88, Register 108
Authority: AS 44.17.030
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