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Title 6 . Governor's Office
Chapter 106 . House District 40 - Arctic
Section 688. Tok Precinct

6 AAC 106.688. Tok Precinct

Beginning at the intersection of Kalutna River and Tanana River; then northwesterly along the thread of Tanana River to its intersection with Chisana Mountain Drain; then southerly along the thread of Chisana Mountain Drain to its headwaters; then southerly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Chisana Mountain; then westerly along a non-visible point-to-point line to the headwaters of Tetlin Lake Feeder Creek; then southwesterly along the thread of Tetlin Lake Feeder Creek to Tetlin Lake; then southwesterly along the shoreline of Tetlin Lake to an unnamed feeder creek on the western shore; then westerly along the thread of the unnamed feeder creek to a winter trail; then northwesterly along the winter trail to Tok River; then northwesterly along the thread of Tok River to its intersection with Shindata Creek; then northeasterly along the thread of Shindata Creek to its headwaters; then northeast along a non-visible point-to-point line to Mount Neuberger; then northeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to the intersection of Alaska Highway and Eagle Trail; then easterly along the centerline of Alaska Highway to the Tanacross Airstrip gravel access road; then northwesterly along the Tanacross Airstrip gravel access road to the Tanacross Airstrip; then northwesterly along the Tanacross Airstrip to the easternmost edge of the Tanacross Airstrip; then northeasterly across the Tanana River along a non-visible point-to-point line to the mouth of the Little Tanana Slough; then southeasterly along the thread of Tanana River to its intersection with Porcupine Creek; then northeasterly along the thread of Porcupine Creek to its headwaters; then easterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Dennis Peak; then southwesterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to the headwaters of Ladue River; then southeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Ladue Peak; then southeasterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to Bitters Peak; then southwesterly along a non-visible point-to-point line to the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge boundary; then southeasterly along the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge boundary to the point of beginning.

History: Eff. 7/8/2002, Register 163; am 11/4/2002, Register 164

Authority: AS 15.10.020


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