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(a) The subdivision's sewer and water systems, whether on-site, community, or public, must comply with the requirements of the Department of Environmental Conservation in 18 AAC 70 and 72.
(b) If land subdivided by the division is not suitable for on-site sewer or water systems, the director may contract to construct a community sewer or water system meeting the requirements of the Department of Environmental Conservation or the local platting authority, or to tie into a public sewer or water system. Costs will be prorated among the disposal parcels in the subdivision on the basis of acreage in each parcel or road frontage, whichever is more equitable.
History: Eff. 3/27/80, Register 73
Authority: AS 38.04.045
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