Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 6. Alteration of Municipalities
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Chapter 6. Alteration of Municipalities

Section 10. Change of Municipal Name.
Section 40. Local Boundary Commission.
Section 50. Annexation of Military Reservations.
Section 55. Property Taxes in Annexed or Detached Areas.
Section 60. Application.
Section 90. Merger and Consolidation.
Section 100. Petition.
Section 110. Review.
Section 120. Hearing.
Section 130. Decision.
Section 140. Election.
Section 150. Succession to Rights and Liabilities.
Section 160. Transition.
Section 170. Application.
Section 190. Unification of Municipalities Authorized.
Section 200. Unification Petition.
Section 210. Petition Requirements.
Section 220. Review of Petition.
Section 230. Duties of Charter Commission.
Section 240. Composition of Charter Commission.
Section 250. Charter Commission Nominations.
Section 260. Qualifications of Candidates.
Section 270. Election of Charter Commission.
Section 280. Requirements For Approval of Formation and Election of Charter Commission.
Section 290. Charter Commission Organization and Procedure.
Section 300. Vacancies.
Section 310. Per Diem.
Section 320. Charter Provisions.
Section 330. Public Hearings.
Section 340. Filing of Proposed Charter.
Section 350. Publication and Posting of Proposed Charter.
Section 360. Election On Charter.
Section 370. Effect of the Charter After Ratification.
Section 380. Succession to Assets and Liabilities; Bonded Indebtedness.
Section 390. Transition.
Section 400. Right to State and Federal Aid.
Section 410. Powers of a Unified Municipality.
Section 420. Application.
Section 450. Methods of Dissolution.
Section 460. Petition.
Section 470. Standards.
Section 480. Review.
Section 490. Report and Hearing.
Section 500. Decision.
Section 510. Election.
Section 520. Succession.
Section 530. Application.

Article 01. CHANGE OF NAME

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