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A plat will not be approved under AS 40.15.305 unless the
(1) plat clearly shows how access is provided to the subdivision and to each lot within the subdivision;
(2) subdivider provides to the department documentation verifying the existence of public access rights from the subdivision to a road system, public airport, or navigable water body; documentation must be in the form of a plat of record, recorded easement, or reservation; if documentation does not exist, the subdivider may provide documentation that demonstrates that a provision of state or federal law otherwise provides public access rights to the subdivision; and
(3) subdivider obtains written comments regarding utility easements within the subdivision from utility companies that serve the subdivision.
History: Eff. 7/5/2001, Register 159
Authority: AS 40.15.300
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