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(a) Each municipality or qualified organization that applies for a permit under this chapter shall designate a member in charge and at least one alternate member in charge. The member in charge and alternate members in charge designated must have passed a test formulated by the department on the contents of this chapter and the regulations adopted under this chapter. The department shall administer the test at least four times a year. Municipalities and qualified organizations that hold a multiple-beneficiary permit shall jointly designate one member in charge and at least one alternate member in charge.
(b) The member in charge is responsible for preparation, maintenance, and transmittal of all records and reports required of the permittee, and, if the permittee has entered into a contract with an operator under AS 05.15.115, for monitoring the operator's performance under and compliance with that contract. The alternate members in charge are responsible for the duties of the member in charge in the absence of the member in charge. The member in charge and the alternate members in charge shall be members of the qualified organization or the board of directors of the qualified organization or employees of the municipality. In the case of a multiple-beneficiary permit, the member in charge and the alternate members in charge shall be members of one of the qualified organizations or the board of directors of one of the qualified organizations or employees of one of the municipalities.
(c) The member in charge shall monitor the operator's performance under and compliance with contracts for the conduct of activities on behalf of the authorizing permittee.
(d) The municipality or qualified organization, or the holders of a multiple-beneficiary permit, shall designate alternate members in charge who are responsible for the duties of the member in charge in the absence of the member in charge.
(e) If a permittee's designated member in charge or sole alternate member in charge resigns or is no longer able to serve as member in charge or alternate member in charge, the permittee has six months to replace the member in charge or alternate member in charge with a person who meets the requirements of this section, and to notify the department of the replacement. If after six months the permittee has not replaced the member in charge or alternate member in charge with a person who meets the requirements of this section, or has not notified the department of the replacement, the permittee's permit is suspended until the requirements of this subsection are met.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 5. Amusements and Sports § 05.15.112. Member in charge - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-5-amusements-and-sports/ak-st-sect-05-15-112/
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