Victor Fischer, a delegate to the constitutional convention and member of the Local Government Committee, found little that was controversial in deliberation over the local government article: Local government was a subject for which there was little Alaska experience to provide a useful point of departure and which provided few useful models. The local government committee, therefore, determined early that innovation was the key to structuring a local government system for Alaska. Study of the PAS [Public Administration Service] staff paper and a review of local...
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