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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 29. Municipal Government
- Chapter 5. Incorporation
- Section 140. Transition.
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AS 29.05.140. Transition.
- (a) The powers and duties exercised by cities and service areas that are succeeded to by a newly incorporated municipality
continue to be exercised by the cities and service areas until the new municipality assumes the powers and functions,
which may not exceed two years after the date of incorporation. Ordinances, rules, resolutions, procedures, and orders
in effect before the transfer remain in effect until superseded by the action of the new municipality.
- (b) Before the assumption, the new municipality shall give written notice of its assumption of the rights, powers, duties,
assets, and liabilities under this section and AS 29.05.130
to the city or service area concerned. Municipal officials shall consult with the officials of the city or service
area concerned and arrange an orderly transfer.
- (c) After the incorporation of a new municipality, a service area in it may not assume new bonded indebtedness, make a
contract, or transfer an asset without the consent of the governing body.
- (d) Upon incorporation, the home rule charter of a unified municipality operates to dissolve all municipalities in the
area unified in accordance with the charter.
- (e) Unless the incorporation takes effect on January 1, the newly incorporated municipality may not levy property taxes
before January 1 of the year immediately following the year in which the incorporation takes effect.
- (f) This section applies to home rule and general law municipalities.
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