Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 40. Planning, Platting, and Land Use Regulation
Section 200. Subdivisions of State Land.
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AS 29.40.200. Subdivisions of State Land.

(a) The subdivision requirements adopted under this chapter apply to a subdivision plat of undeveloped state land for disposal under AS 38.05 or AS 38.08 filed with the platting authority. Subdivision ordinances and regulations adopted after the platting authority is notified by the commissioner of natural resources of a proposed sale of subdivided state land under AS 38.05 or AS 38.08 do not apply to the state land in the proposed sale.

(b) The platting authority shall approve and sign a subdivision plat of state land within 60 days after its receipt from the commissioner of natural resources unless the platting authority

(1) determines that the plat does not comply with subdivision requirements; and

(2) notifies the commissioner of each determination of noncompliance within the 60-day period established in this subsection.

(c) The commissioner of natural resources may withdraw the subdivision plat and amend it in response to the determination of noncompliance by the platting authority under (b) of this section. The platting authority shall respond within 30 days to the amendment or response from the commissioner of natural resources.

(d) Nothing in this section relieves the Department of Natural Resources of its obligations to provide legal access to a subdivision.

(e) This section applies to home rule and general law municipalities.

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