Alaska Statutes.
Title 29. Municipal Government
Chapter 20. Municipal Officers and Employees
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Chapter 20. Municipal Officers and Employees

Section 10. Conflict of Interest.
Section 20. Meetings Public.
Section 50. Legislative Power.
Section 60. Assembly Composition and Apportionment.
Section 70. Assembly Composition and Form of Representation.
Section 80. Assembly Recomposition and Reapportionment.
Section 90. Apportionment Appeals.
Section 100. Judicial Review and Relief.
Section 110. Effective Date of Apportionment.
Section 120. Applicability of Apportionment Provisions.
Section 130. City Council Composition.
Section 140. Qualifications.
Section 150. Term of Office.
Section 160. Procedures of Governing Bodies.
Section 170. Vacancies.
Section 180. Filling a Vacancy.
Section 220. Executive Power.
Section 230. Election and Term of Mayor.
Section 240. Qualifications For the Office of Mayor.
Section 250. Powers and Duties of Mayor.
Section 260. Executive Absence.
Section 270. Veto.
Section 280. Vacancy in the Office of Mayor.
Section 300. School Boards.
Section 310. Utility Boards.
Section 320. Other Boards and Commissions.
Section 360. Appointment of Officials.
Section 370. Municipal Attorney.
Section 380. Municipal Clerk.
Section 390. Municipal Treasurer.
Section 400. Departments.
Section 410. Personnel System.
Section 460. Manager Plan.
Section 470. Election On Adoption of Manager Plan.
Section 480. Adoption of Manager Plan.
Section 490. Appointment of Manager.
Section 500. Powers and Duties of a Manager.
Section 510. Intergovernmental Appointment of Manager.
Section 520. Repeal of Manager Plan.
Section 600. Oaths of Office.
Section 610. Bonding.
Section 620. Compensation For Elected Officials.
Section 630. Prohibited Discrimination.
Section 640. Reports.


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