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Beginning at the intersection of the northeastern Municipality of Anchorage boundary and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough boundary; then easterly along the Matanuska-Susitna Borough boundary to its intersection with the Chugach School District boundary; then southerly and easterly along the Chugach School District boundary to its intersection with the Copper River; then southwesterly along the western shoreline of the Copper River to its intersection with the Chugach National Forest boundary; then westerly along the Chugach National Forest boundary to its intersection with an unnamed stream, east of Lowe River; then westerly along the thread of the unnamed stream to its intersection with Lowe River; then westerly along the thread of Lowe River to its intersection with the Trans-Alaska Pipeline; then westerly along the Trans-Alaska Pipeline to its intersection with the City of Valdez boundary; then southerly, westerly, and northerly along the City of Valdez boundary to its intersection with the northern shoreline of Valdez Arm; then southwesterly along a Prince William Sound Traverse across the mouths of Sawmill Bay, Heather and Columbia Bays, Long Channel, Eickelberg Bay, Fairmount Bay, Wells Bay, Unakwik Inlet, Eaglek Bay, Squaw Bay, Esther Bay, Esther Passage, Quillian Bay, Lake Bay, Port Wells, and Passage Canal to Strong Point; then northerly along the shore of Passage Canal to the City of Whittier boundary; then westerly to the Municipality of Anchorage boundary; then northerly along the Municipality of Anchorage boundary to the point of beginning, excluding all that area in the Valdez No. 1 and Valdez No. 2 precincts, as described at 6 AAC 112.050 and 6 AAC 112.055.
History: Eff. 7/8/2002, Register 163; am 11/4/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 15.10.020
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