- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 41. Public Resources
- Chapter 17. Forest Resources and Practices
- Section 45. Removal of Members.
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AS 41.17.045. Removal of Members.
- (a) The governor may initiate the removal of a board member for inefficiency, neglect of duty, or misconduct in office by
delivering to the member a written copy of the charges and giving the member an opportunity to be heard in person or by
counsel at a public hearing before the governor or the governor's designee on at least 10 days' written notice by
registered mail. The member has a right of confrontation and cross-examination of witnesses testifying.
- (b) The removal is effective 15 days after the governor files a complete statement of all charges made against the member
and the findings on those charges, in the main office of the board, except that a member may appeal the findings to the
superior court. The court shall limit its review to a determination of whether the findings on the charges are
substantiated by the evidence presented. The removal is suspended for any period of time during which an appeal from
the findings of the governor or the governor's designee is pending.
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