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Stevens, Allakeket and Dinyea v. Dept. of Natural Resources (3/29/91), 808 P 2d 261

Notice: This is subject to formal correction before publication in the Pacific Reporter. Readers are requested to bring typographical or other formal errors to the attention of the Clerk of the Appellate Courts, 303 K Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99501, in order that corrections may be made prior to permanent publication. THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF ALASKA NATIVE VILLAGE OF STEVENS; ) NATIVE VILLAGE OF ALLAKAKET; ) Supreme Court No. S-4023 DINYEA CORPORATION, ) ) Trial Court No. Appellants, ) 4FA-89-0571 Civil ) ) v. ) O P I N I O N ) LENNIE GORSUCH, COMMISSIONER; ) JERRY L. BROSSIA, REGIONAL ) [No. 3678 - March 29, 1991] MANAGER; and ALASKA DEPART- ) MENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ) ) Appellees. ) ______________________________) Appeal from the Superior Court of the State of Alaska, Fourth Judicial District, Fairbanks, Richard D. Savell, Judge. Appearances: Eric Smith, Anchorage, for Appellants. Cameron M. Leonard, Assistant Attorney General, Fairbanks, Douglas B. Baily, Attorney General, Juneau, for Appellees. Before: Rabinowitz, Chief Justice, Burke, Matthews, Compton, and Moore, Justices. PER CURIAM The judgment is affirmed on the memorandum decision of the superior court appended hereto.1 _______________________________ 1 The only point on appeal not covered in the memorandum decision concerns the appellees' motion to strike. This point lacks legal significance because the exhibit stricken would not have changed the result of the litigation had it been considered.