Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 6. Alteration of Municipalities
Section 470. Standards.
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AS 29.06.470. Standards.

(a) Except as provided in (b) of this section, voters of a municipality may petition for dissolution when the municipality is free of debt, or, if in debt, each of its creditors is satisfied with a method of repayment and

(1) the municipality no longer meets the minimum standards prescribed for incorporation by AS 29.05, or former AS 29.18.030 if it is a third class borough;

(2) the municipality ceases to use each of its mandatory powers; or

(3) the dissolution petition filed under AS 29.06.460 is signed by a number of voters of the municipality proposed to be dissolved greater than 50 percent of the number of votes cast in the last regular election in that municipality.

(b) Voters of a city in a borough may petition for dissolution of the city if the borough consents to assume the city's rights, powers, duties, assets, and liabilities. The consent must be ratified by a majority of borough voters voting on the question.

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