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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 4. Alcoholic Beverages
- Chapter 11. Licensing
- Section 505. Licensing After Prohibition On Sale Except in Premises Operated By Municipality.
previous: Section 504
. Reinstatement of Licenses. [Repealed, Sec. 69 Ch 101 SLA 1995].
next: Section 506
. Notice of the Results of a Local Option Election. [Repealed, Sec. 69 Ch 101 SLA 1995].
AS 04.11.505. Licensing After Prohibition On Sale Except in Premises Operated By Municipality.
- (a) If a majority of the voters vote under AS 04.11.491
(a)(3) to prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages except on premises operated by the municipality, the board may not
issue, renew, or transfer between persons or locations a license for premises located within the boundaries of a
municipality and in unincorporated areas within five miles of the boundaries of the municipality, with the exception of
the type of license listed on the ballot and operated under a license held by the municipality. A license in effect is
void 90 days after the results of the election are certified. A license that expires during the 90 days after the
results of a local option election are certified may be extended, until it is void under this subsection, by payment of
a prorated portion of the biennial license fee.
- (b) The local governing body of a municipality shall apply for a license to operate the type of licensed premises listed
on the ballot under AS 04.11.491
(a)(3) and approved by a majority of the voters. The municipality shall operate the premises subject to the conditions
and fees applicable to the type of license. Nothing in this section precludes a municipality from applying to be a
licensee under other provisions of this title.
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