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Alaska Statutes Title 41. Public Resources § 41.21.914. Hostel locations

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In developing the statewide system of Alaska youth hostels, the division shall, within the limits of available funding, and after receiving the recommendations of the coordinator of the Alaska youth hostel program, establish at least one youth hostel in each of the five following major regions of the state:  arctic, southcentral, interior, southwestern, and southeastern.  Hostel facilities shall be located, when possible, within major population areas within those regions.  Other hostels may be established within the five regions as funding permits.

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