Lake and Peninsula Borough, Alaska

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Administrative Officials N
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Permits, zoning Y
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Audits N
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Lake and Peninsula Borough is one of sixteen organized boroughs in Alaska. Its borough seat is King Salmon.

The borough is one of eight first-class boroughs in the state.

As of the 2000 census, the population was 1,823.

Website evaluation

Main article: Evaluation of Alaska borough websites

The good

  • The last budget and some tax information is posted[1].
  • The recent Assembly meeting agendas and minutes are posted[2].
  • The Assembly members and their phone numbers are listed, but no email addresses are provided[3].
  • Building permit information and forms are provided[4].

The bad

  • Administrative contacts are not provided.
  • No audits are posted.
  • Contracts are not available.
  • No lobbying affiliations are listed.
  • No information is provided on how to request public records using the Alaska Public Records Act.

Taxes

This information is based on a report by the Alaska Office of the Assessor's 2008 report.[5]

Borough Class Property tax Sales tax Raw fish tax Liquor tax Bed tax Tobacco tax Other special taxes
Lake and Peninsula Borough Home rule N
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2% - 6% - -

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