HB 230: "An Act relating to political signs on private property."
00 HOUSE BILL NO. 230 01 "An Act relating to political signs on private property." 02 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA: 03 * Section 1. AS 19.25.105(a) is amended to read: 04 (a) Outdoor advertising may not be erected or maintained within 660 feet of 05 the nearest edge of the right-of-way and visible from the main-traveled way of the 06 interstate, primary, or secondary highways in this state except the following: 07 (1) directional and other official signs and notices that [WHICH] 08 include, but are not limited to, signs and notices pertaining to natural wonders, scenic 09 and historic attractions, that [WHICH] are required or authorized by law, and that 10 [WHICH SHALL] conform to federal standards for interstate and primary systems; 11 (2) signs, displays, and devices advertising the sale or lease of property 12 upon which they are located or advertising activities conducted on the property; 13 (3) signs determined by the state, subject to concurrence of the United 14 States Department of Transportation, to be landmark signs, including signs on farm 15 structures, or natural surfaces, of historic or artistic significance, the preservation of
01 which would be consistent with the provisions of this chapter; 02 (4) directional signs and notices pertaining to schools; 03 (5) advertising on bus benches or bus shelters, and adjacent trash 04 receptacles, if the state determines that the advertising conforms to local, state, and 05 federal standards for interstate and primary highways; [.] 06 (6) political signs on private property if 07 (A) individual signs do not exceed 32 square feet; 08 (B) signs are not on a permanent base; and 09 (C) no person receives compensation for displaying the 10 signs [REPEALED].