Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 6. Alteration of Municipalities
Section 210. Petition Requirements.
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AS 29.06.210. Petition Requirements.

(a) A unification petition shall read:

"PETITION FOR ELECTION OF CHARTER COMMISSION TO PROPOSE UNIFICATION CHARTER. We, the undersigned, qualified voters of the borough do hereby petition that the following proposition be placed before the voters as provided by law: "Shall a charter commission be formed (and charter commission members be elected as elsewhere provided on this ballot) to prepare, adopt and submit to the voters for their approval or rejection a proposed charter uniting the borough and all cities within it as a single unit of home rule government having the powers, duties and functions of a unified municipality as authorized by law? Yes [ ] No [ ]'

                            Inside First                Outside First  

                            Class or                    Class or       

Signature     Address       Home Rule City  ? ?          Home Rule City

 ? ?                                                                   

(b) The petition shall be signed by at least

(1) the number of voters residing outside all home rule and first class cities in the borough equal to 25 percent of the votes cast in that area in the last regular borough election; and

(2) the number of voters residing in each home rule and first class city in the borough equal to 25 percent of the votes cast in each of these cities in the last regular borough election.

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