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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 11. Licensing
- Section 210. Recreational Site License. [See delayed repeal note]
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AS 04.11.210. Recreational Site License. [See delayed repeal note]
- (a) The holder of a recreational site license may sell beer and wine at a recreational site during and one hour before and
after a recreational event that is not a school event, for consumption on designated areas at the site.
- (b) The biennial fee for a recreational site license is $800.
- (c) The board may not deny an application for renewal of a license issued under this section or an
application to transfer a license issued under this section to another person solely because the board determines that the
licensed premises is not a “recreational site” as defined under (e) of this section if the applicant
- (1) held a license under this section or received a transferred license under this section that was valid at
any time between January 1, 2018, and March 31, 2019 or holds a license that was initially issued under (d) of this section; and
- (2) operates the license under the same conditions required at the time of initial licensure.
- (d) The board may not deny an application for issuance of a new license under this section solely because the
board determines that the licensed premises is not a “recreational site” as defined in (e) of this section if the applicant filed an
application for a new license under this section between October 1, 2018, and July 6, 2019.
- (e) In this section, “recreational site” includes a location where baseball games, car races, hockey games,
dog sled racing events, or curling matches are regularly held during a season.
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