Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 5. Incorporation
Section 100. Decision.
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AS 29.05.100. Decision.

(a) After providing public notice of each proposed amendment or condition and an opportunity for pubic comment, the Local Boundary Commission may amend the petition and may impose conditions on the incorporation. If the commission determines that the incorporation, as amended or conditioned if appropriate, meets applicable standards under the state constitution and commission regulations, meets the standards for incorporation under AS 29.05.011 or 29.05.031, and is in the best interests of the state, it may accept the petition. Otherwise it shall reject the petition.

(b) A Local Boundary Commission decision under this section may be appealed under AS 44.62 (Administrative Procedure Act).

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