Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 6. Alteration of Municipalities
Section 290. Charter Commission Organization and Procedure.
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AS 29.06.290. Charter Commission Organization and Procedure.

(a) The charter commission shall hold its first meeting within 30 days after certification of its election. The commission shall elect from among its members a chairman and a deputy chairman.

(b) A majority of the total membership of the charter commission constitutes a quorum. A decision of the commission is not valid or binding unless approved by the number of members necessary to constitute a quorum.

(c) The charter commission may elect other officials from among its membership, adopt rules governing its procedures that are consistent with AS 29.06.190 - 29.06.410 and hire and discharge employees.

(d) Meetings of the charter commission shall be open to the public at all times. A journal of commission proceedings shall be kept and made available for public inspection at the borough office.

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