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Title 6 . Governor's Office
Chapter 101 . House District 40 - Arctic
Section 140. 1 Precinct

6 AAC 101.140. North Tongass No. 1 Precinct

A portion of the Ketchikan Gateway Borough described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Mile 5.8 North Tongass Highway and the City of Ketchikan boundary; then southwesterly along the City of Ketchikan boundary to its intersection with Tongass Narrows; then due southwest along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the northeast shore of Gravina Island; then northwesterly along the shoreline of Gravina Island to Vallenar Point; then due east along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the median of Tongass Narrows; then northeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the mouth of Whipple Creek; then northeasterly along the thread of Whipple Creek to its southern fork; then south along the southern fork of Whipple Creek to Slide Ridge Mountain; then northerly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to Thornton Mountain; then northeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the headwaters of Talbot Lake Feeder Creek; then easterly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the north shore of Lake Harriet Hunt; then easterly along the north shoreline of Lake Harriet Hunt to the north fork of White River; then southerly along the thread of the north fork of White River to the east fork of White River; then easterly along the thread of east fork of White River to George Inlet; then southerly along the western shoreline of George Inlet to the head of a small cove due south of Mahoney Mine; then westerly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the southeastern shore of Mahoney Lake; then westerly along the southern shoreline of Mahoney Lake to its western shore; then southwesterly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the northeastern shore of Upper Mahoney Lake; then westerly along the southern shoreline of Upper Mahoney Lake to its northwestern shore; then southwesterly along a non-visible point-to-point line extending to the northeastern shore of Upper Ketchikan Lake; then southerly along the eastern shoreline of Upper and Lower Ketchikan Lakes to the headwaters of Ketchikan Creek; then southerly along the thread of Ketchikan Creek to its intersection with the Tongass National Forest boundary; then southeasterly along the Tongass National Forest boundary to its intersection with the City of Ketchikan boundary; then westerly, northerly, and then southerly along the City of Ketchikan boundary to the point of beginning.

History: Eff. 7/8/2002, Register 163

Authority: AS 15.10.020


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